The nippy, uncomplicated Naked Baike has been the undisputed bestseller in Triumph’s Modern Classic range since it was launched in 2015.
The re was no change in the performance figures: We are holding at 65 hp (at 7500 rpm) and a maximum torque of a fat 80 Nm (at a low 3800 rpm). An A2-compatible variant is still offered.
The really noticeable and recognizable innovations take place at Street Twin in the design area. Here, Triumph has once again applied a fine-tuning, which is expressed in many new or newly designed elements.
The seat was foamed thicker, which also increases the seat height by ten millimeters – to a still moderate 765 millimeters. This thicker foam is not visually bulky, on the contrary: the elongated, ribbed saddle looks even cooler.
The y are made of brushed aluminum.
The y are also made from brushed aluminum.
The y now show the lettering and have small grid inserts.
The logo on the tank is now of higher quality.
• Ultimately, the black cast rims were also used Even prettier, in that the individual spokes have milled areas and thus have small highlights.
The prices are 9,300 euros (plus additional costs) in Germany and 9,950 euros in Austria. That corresponds to a price increase of just 150 euros.
In addition, Triumph brings 2021 also a special model limited to 100 pieces: the Street Twin Gold Line Edition. Technically identical, this model has a black and gold finish with hand-drawn gold lines. It costs 600 euros more than the basic model.
The new models should be at dealerships in March.
Fotogalerie Triumph Street Twin Gold Line Edition