The Speed Triple has dominated the sport bikes market for 21 years by blending sport bikes that have creative designs, muscular aggression, and modern technology. This combination first captured motorcycle enthusiasts and riders in 1994 and became an instant hit. Whether you were an every-day sport bike cruiser or a Sunday afternoon rider, you could find your suitor in the Speed Triple line of motorcycles.
Speed Triple has moved with the trend and technology advancement to keep up with demands and needs of modern riding with each new evolution benefiting from improved chassis performance and engine advancement.
The newest cruise from the Speed Triple is no other than the 2016 Triumph Speed 94 that is loaded with indomitable stance and design cues that resemble its predecessors. This model marks the celebration of 21st years of sheer dominance in the sportbike industry.
Before we embark on the 2016 Triumph Speed 94 Review, lets first look at some of the notable predecessors of 2016 Triumph Speed 94.
– T300. This was launched in 1994 and was the first of Triumph Speed Triple that featured a streetfighter stance and explosive elegance
– T509. This was launched in 1997. It was a result of attractive design and power of a streetfighter.
– T1050. This model debuted the 1050cc triple and provided a modern update to the then twin headlight swingarm signature.
2016 Triumph Speed 94 is the next model from the Triple speed that is expected to cause a stir in the market.
Notable Features of 2016 Triumph Speed 94
It features designing and styling cues that resemble the 1994 Mk1 Speed Triple. It will be available in two colors; moody Jet Black and striking Racing Yellow.
Its bulging engine is wrapped tightly with a modern tube and twin spar frame. The seat cowl offers an easy and quick change of look when on a solo ride.
It will feature a 1050cc engine that produces a111Nm of torque and 135PS that makes it explode in any gear.
Speed 94 will consist of an aluminum frame, single-sided swingarm, and upside-down monoshock and Showa forks.
This modern cruise is fitted with Brembo’s radial having four piston calipers with an option of ABS; this gives it an amazing stopping power.
The Speed 94 has its seat height reduced by 20mm, which gives users an easier way to get their feet to the ground. This instills confidence as you feel more in control.
The 2016 Triumph Speed 94 release date is still not yet known, but it’s likely to be unveiled in the mid-year.
Visit the Official 2016 Triumph Speed 94 Site.