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2003 Triumph Speedmaster

2003 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black with Tornado Red

After the phenomenal success of the America, it is no surprise that some riders wanted more of the same – but different. They wanted a tougher look to last year's cruiser sensation. So here it is. Brand new for 2003: the Speedmaster.

A pared-down, raw-boned, hot-rod version of the bike that's already swept clean through people's perceptions of cruisers. Built on the same low-slung chassis and powered by the 790cc twin-cylinder engine that has already captivated legions of new Triumph customers, the Speedmaster is tailored for riders who like their cruisers built for speed, as well as comfort.

Triumph's celebrated 270 degree crank, DOHC, eight-valve engine provides the power and this time it breathes out via dual, deep-chromed pipes, the off beat engine note reverberating through. The crinkle-black finish on the engine covers and silver finished cylinder head fins emphasise the purposeful nature of the machine. The riding position too, is slightly more aggressive. Flat bars on risers pull back from the slab top-yoke and matched to heavy-chrome forward pegs, the rider sits snug in a gunfighter-style seat with scalloped support – ready to launch the Speedmaster into the distance with a twist of throttle. And when it's time to call a halt to things, there are now twin disc brakes up front and at the back a classic machine-turned finish shows off the new cast rear wheel.

The Speedmaster is steeped in the stateside world of speed where minimal decoration and maximum effectiveness are what is respected – where fancy touches give way to sheer function. The rev-counter is housed in the tank nacelle, where it's visible at a quick glance, directly beneath the white-faced speedo angled back into the rider's eye view from its top-yoke mounting. The 16.6 litre fuel tank means the Speedmaster can go the distance and the twin shock rear end and wide-style front suspension is more than capable of ironing out the curves and taking the bumps out of grinding out the miles. And if the Speedmaster's a bit too minimalist for some, there's always the ever-expanding Triumph accessory range to put a bit more meat on its bones.

KEY FEATURES:
• 790cc DOHC eight-valve engine with 270 degree firing angle crankshaft for distinctive engine note
• Five-speed gearbox, ratios selected for relaxed cruising
• Forward foot controls for relaxed riding position
• Low 28-inch seat height to complement forward controls and enhance low-speed manoeuvrability
• Wide-glide front forks for stability and authentic cruiser looks
• 16.6-litre fuel tank for long range
• Huge range of custom accessories
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin, 270Ί firing interval • Twin carburettors
• Capacity 790cc • TPS and electric heaters
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1 • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Bore/Stroke 86 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 62PS (61bhp) at 7,400rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chainClutch Wet, multi-plate • Maximum Torque 60Nm (44.3ft.lbf) at 3,500rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2424mm (95.4in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (Handlebars) 844mm (33.2in) • Wheels - Front 36-spoke, 18 x 2.5in, Rear 40-spoke, 15 x 3.5in
• Seat Height 720mm (28.3in) • Tyres - Front R18 110/80, Rear R15 170/80
• Height 1184mm (46.6in) • Front - 41mm forks, Rear - twin shocks, adjustable pre-load
• Weight (Dry) 229kg (504lb) • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Rake / Trail 33.3Ί / 153mm                 Rear,  Single 285mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 16.6 litres (4.4 gal US)  
• Wheelbase 1655mm (65.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black with Tornado Red infill  • Jet Black with Racing Yellow infill CUSTOM PAINT:  • 3 distinctive styles to choose from
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 4000 miles or one year, whichever comes first
 
ACCESSORIES:
• Alarm/Immobiliser (Thatcham Category MC1 compliant) • Roadster Seat
• Roadster Screen - 4.5 mm polycarbonate • Gunfighter Seat
• Summer Screen - 4.5 mm polycarbonate • Pillion Touring Pad - higher comfort pillion seat
• Colour Co-ordinated Fly Screen • Front Seat Rail Kit
• Engine Dresser Bar Kit • Solo Seat
• Light bar & Light Kit (road legal in US only) • Touring Seat
• High Sissy Bar Kit • Rectangular Leather Panniers
• High Sissy Bar & Rack • Slanted Leather Panniers
• Low Sissy Bar & Rack• Rack (Seat Pad Mount) • Fabric Pannier Kit
• Low Sissy Bar Kit • Billet Caliper Cover Kit
• Single Seat Finishers - replace pillion foot rests • Chrome Aftermarket Silencers - Full Length
• Footboard Kit • Chrome Aftermarket Silencers - Short
• Colour Co-ordinated Air Dam Kit • Chrome Number Plate Bracket
• Colour Co-ordinated Side Panel • Chrome Lifter Arm Cover
• Colour Co-ordinated Fly Screen • Chrome Rear Footrest Hangers
• Tinted Fly Screen • Chrome Lower Yoke Cover
• Axle Nut Covers • Chrome Luggage Rack
• 34PS Restrictor Kit • Chrome Rack (Seat Pad Mount)
• Auxiliary Power Socket • Chrome Fork Shrouds
• Knee Pads • Chrome Cam Cover
• Leather Tank Covers • Chrome Chain Guard
• Rocker Lever Kit • Chrome Foot Control Bar
• Analogue Clock Kit • Chrome Battery Box Cover
• Custom Painted Bodywork • Chrome Sprocket Cover
• Various Tank Badges • Chrome Rocker Gear Lever
• Tachometer  

Triumph twin specifications

2004 Triumph Speedmaster

2004 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black2004 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Tornado Red

2004 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Sky Blue2004 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Racing Yellow

Just as the America re-defined a lot of perceptions about cruising motorcycles, so the Speedmaster defines a fast-developing niche that exists for more performance-orientated cruisers.

The Speedmaster is built around the America's proven low-slung chassis and 790cc twin-cylinder engine but has the tougher, pared-down look of a bare-knuckle hot rod. The DOHC eight-valve air-cooled engine uses the same 270° crankshaft firing interval as the America but vents through a pair of long, deep-chromed silencers. The satin-black engine finish adds a crisp edge to the Speedmaster's handsome lines as does the slightly more aggressive riding position. High risers mount the flat 'drag' handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed, forward-set footpegs.

Minimalism is key to the Speedmaster's ethos. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel-tank nacelle while the large round white-faced speedo perches above the top-yoke. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel (4.4 gal US), giving a useful range. The Speedmaster's paint options of Jet Black with Tornado Red or Racing Yellow infills are joined in 2004 with an infill of Sky Blue. Alternatively, for those who prefer simplicity, a plain Jet Black option is available.

Twin front discs – gripped by twin-piston calipers – haul the Speedmaster up hard. Cast wheels add style – the 18-inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the nearly solid 15-inch rear a 170/80 - and the twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a controlled and supple ride. And if the Speedmaster's bare bones want a little more flesh on them… the Triumph accessory range features an array of bolt-ons specifically designed to give the Speedmaster even more edge.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2004:  • Two new paint schemes – Jet Black single tone and Jet Black and Sky Blue
 
ENGINE:  • None
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black  • Jet Black & Sky Blue  • Jet Black & Tornado Red  • Jet Black & Racing Yellow
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None
 

Triumph twin specifications

2005 Triumph Speedmaster

2005 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Tornado Red2005 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Neon Blue2005 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black

Dark, brooding lines and a pared-down hot-rod essence make the Speedmaster a standout middleweight cruiser from every angle. It's a bike with attitude, always ready for action, ready to go somewhere, fast. And going somewhere is what the Speedmaster is all about. Its 865cc, DOHC, eight-valve, air-cooled, twin-cylinder engine uses a 270° crank firing interval, giving a throbbing beat and smooth, torque-laden power delivery. Peak power of 55PS arrives at 6,500rpm, with maximum torque of 68Nm available at just 3,500rpm. Both cylinders vent through a pair of long, deep-chromed silencers while the satin-black engine finish adds a crisp, understated edge to the handsome lines of what is a very distinctive and evocative powerplant.

The riding position too, which is slightly more aggressive than the usual laid-back cruising stance, sets the Speedmaster apart. High risers mount the flat 'drag' handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed, forward-set footpegs, which are set high for greater ground clearance. The rider sits supported and 'cupped' into the bike in the gunslinger seat, ready to launch the Speedmaster at the horizon. Cast wheels add style – the 18-inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the near-solid 15-inch rear a 170/80. The twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a planted and supple ride. Twin 310mm front discs – gripped by twin-piston calipers – haul the Speedmaster up hard.

Minimalism is key to the Speedmaster ethos. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel-tank nacelle, the large round white-faced speedo perches cleanly in the rider's line of sight on its top-yoke mounting. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel, giving a useful range. The Speedmaster paint options of plain Jet Black and Jet Black with Tornado Red infill are joined in 2005 by Jet Black plus infill of Neon Blue. And if the Speedmaster bare bones want a little more flesh on them, the Triumph accessory range features an array of bolt-ons specifically designed to lend even more appeal and individuality.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2005:
• Larger capacity, 865cc engine with increased low and mid-range torque
• Jet Black with Neon Blue infill paint scheme
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin, 270Ί firing interval • Twin carburettors
• Capacity 865cc • TPS and electric heaters
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1 • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 55PS (54bhp) at 6,750rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chainClutch Wet, multi-plate • Maximum Torque 68Nm (50ft.lbf) at 3,500rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2420mm (95.2in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (Handlebars) 830mm (32.7in) • Wheels - Front, Alloy 6-spoke, 18 x 2.5in. Rear, Alloy 15 x 3.5in
• Seat Height 720mm (28.3in) • Tyres - Front R18 110/80, Rear R15 170/80
• Height 1160mm (45.7in) • Front - 41mm forks, Rear - twin shocks, adjustable pre-load
• Weight (Dry) 226kg (497lb) • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Rake / Trail 33.3Ί / 153mm                 Rear,  Single 285mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 16.6 litres (4.4 gal US)  
• Wheelbase 1655mm (65.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black  • Jet Black & Tornado Red  • Jet Black & Neon Blue
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None

Triumph twin specifications

2006 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Sunset Red

Dark, brooding lines and a pared-down hot-rod essence make the Speedmaster a standout middleweight cruiser from every angle. Its 865cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine uses a 270° crank firing interval, giving a distinctive throbbing beat and smooth, torque-laden power delivery. Peak power of 55PS arrives at 6,500rpm, with maximum torque of 68Nm available at just 3,500rpm. Both cylinders vent through a pair of long, deep-chromed silencers while the satin-black engine finish adds a crisp, understated edge to the handsome lines of what is a very evocative powerplant.

The riding position too, which is slightly more purposeful than the usual laid-back cruising stance, sets the Speedmaster apart. High risers mount the flat 'drag' handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed, forward-set footpegs. The rider sits supported and 'cupped' into the gunslinger seat, ready to launch at the horizon. Cast wheels add style - the 18-inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the near-solid 15-inch rear a 170/80. The twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a planted and supple ride. Twin 310mm front discs - gripped by twin-piston calipers - haul the Speedmaster up extremely hard.

As a hot-rodded 'Factory Custom', the Speedmaster proves the ethos of less is more, and minimalism is key to the bike's harder edge. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel-tank nacelle, the large round white-faced speedo perches cleanly in the rider's line of sight on its top-yoke mounting. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel, giving a useful range. The Speedmaster's paint options are plain Jet Black, Jet Black with Sunset Red infill and Jet Black with Neon Blue infill.

If the Speedmaster's bare bones want a little more flesh on them, the Triumph accessory range features an array of bolt-ons specifically designed to lend even more appeal and individuality. With its punchy engine, mean looks and souped-up chassis the Speedmaster is the very essence of an old-school street rod, packing performance and style into one very individual motorcycle.

To some, the Speedmaster is just perfect as it rolls out of the factory. To others it's simply the starting point…

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2006:  • Moody new Jet Black and Sunset Red paint scheme
 
ENGINE:  • No changes
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black  • Jet Black with Neon Blue infill  • Jet Black with Sunset Red infill
 
ACCESSORIES:  • Chrome Caliper Covers

Triumph twin specifications

2007 Triumph Speedmaster

2007 Triumph Speedmaster in Phantom Black  2007 Triumph Speedmaster in Mulberry Red

2007 Triumph Speedmaster in Phantom Black & Mulberry Red  2007 Triumph Speedmaster in Phantom Black & Sunset Red

MEAN AND MOODY

Dark, brooding lines and a pared-down hot-rod essence make the Speedmaster a standout middleweight cruiser from every angle. Triumph has not rested on the success of the Speedmaster however and, for 2007, a whole host of detail improvements have made the bike even more special. The heart and soul of any motorcycle is its engine, and the Speedmaster's 865cc, DOHC, eight-valve, air-cooled parallel twin-cylinder engine uses a 270° crank firing interval, giving a throbbing beat and smooth, torque-laden power delivery. Peak power of 55PS (54bhp) arrives at 6750rpm, with maximum torque of 69Nm (51ft.lbf) available at just 4800rpm. Both cylinders vent through a new pair of deep-chromed slash-cut silencers while the satin black engine finish adds a crisp, understated edge to the handsome lines of what is a very distinctive and evocative power plant.

The riding position too, which is slightly more aggressive than the usual laid-back cruising stance, supports and 'cups' the rider into the gunslinger seat ready to launch at the horizon. Brand new upper fork shrouds add even more style, while high risers mount the flat 'drag' handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed forward set footpegs. The revised pillion footrest hangers and chain cover complement the bike's Spartan simplicity. The Speedmaster wears a pair of brand new cast wheels, with a crisp look all of their own; the 18 inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the 15 inch rear a 170/80. The twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a planted and supple ride. Twin 310mm front discs – gripped by twin-piston calipers – haul the Speedmaster up extremely hard.

As a hot-rodded 'Factory Custom', the Speedmaster proves the ethos of less is more, and minimalism is key to the bike's harder edge. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel tank nacelle, the large round white-faced speedo perches cleanly in the rider's line of sight on its top-yoke mounting. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel, giving a useful range. Four stunning new paint options are available for 2007: Phantom Black and Sunset Red infill with gold coach line, Phantom Black and Tornado Red infill with silver coach line and single tone Phantom Black or Mulberry Red.

Plus, if the Speedmaster's bare bones want a little more flesh on them, the ever-expanding Triumph accessory range features an array of bolt-ons specifically designed to lend even more appeal and individuality.With its punchy engine, mean looks and souped-up chassis the Speedmaster is the very essence of an old-school street rod, packing performance and style into one very individual motorcycle.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2007:
• New cast wheels
• Restyled chain cover, pillion footrest hanger and upper fork shrouds
• Slash cut silencers
• Four new paint schemes - Phantom Black; Mulberry Red; Phantom Black/Mulberry Red; Phantom Black/Sunset Red
 
ENGINE:
• Maximum Power 55PS (54bhp) at 6,750rpm
• Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft.lbf) at 4800rpm
• measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Phantom Black  • Mulberry Red  • Phantom Black & Mulberry Red  • Phantom Black & Sunset Red
 
ACCESSORIES:  
• Chrome Rear Brake Reservoir Cover • Custom Paint - Flames - Jet Black
• Dust Cover • Custom Paint - Flames - Mulberry Red
• Service Manual • Custom Paint - Flames - Graphite
• Chain & Sprocket Kit  
Triumph twin specifications

2008 Triumph Speedmaster

2008 Triumph Speedmaster in Phantom Black     2008 Triumph Speedmaster in Phantom Black & Tornado Red

With its dark, brooding lines and a pared-down hot-rod essence, the Speedmaster is a standout middleweight cruiser from every angle. Punchy 865cc engine, mean looks and souped-up chassis - the Speedmaster is the very essence of an old-school street-rod, packing performance and style into one very individual motorcycle. At the heart of the Speedmaster lies a fuel injected, 865cc, air-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin engine with a 270Ί firing interval. Peak power of 62PS (61bhp) arrives at 6800rpm, with maximum torque of 74Nm (55ft.lbf) available at just 3300rpm.

For 2008 the Speedmaster is updated with a new fuel injection system to meet forthcoming Euro 3 legislation. Cleaner running than a carburettor engine, the fuel injected engine is also easier to fire up from a cold start and runs more smoothly when cold. The cool retro styling remains uncompromised though, as the fuel injectors are cleverly concealed by throttle bodies designed to look like carburettors.The Speedmaster's new seamless, teardrop-shaped tank gives larger capacity and looks great with its chromed badges and hand painted coach lines. Flat drag bars with high risers deliver a more aggressive riding position. Twin 310mm front discs gripped by twin-piston calipers lets you haul the Speedmaster up as hard as you want. The Speedmaster gunslinger seat supports and 'cups' the rider ready to launch at the horizon.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2008:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 270Ί parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 62PS, 61bhp, 46Kw at 6,800rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 74Nm, 55ft-lbf at 3,300rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2420mm (95.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 830mm (32.7in) • Wheels - Front, Cast Aluminium Aloy, 12 Spoke, 18 x 2.5
                  Rear, Cast Aluminium Aloy, 12 Spoke, 15 x 3.5
• Seat Height 720mm (28.3in) • Tyres - Front R18 110/90, Rear R15 170/80
• Height 1160mm (45.7in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 130mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 229kg (504lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake/33.3Ί Trail/153mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19.3 litres (4.3 gal)                  Rear,  Single 285mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Wheelbase 1655mm (65.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Phantom Black & Tornado Red  • Pacific Blue & Aluminium Silver  • Phantom Black
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 4000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2009 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black

The Speedmaster makes its inspiration and intentions clear from the start. We took that laid back custom look and added a real big helping of attitude. The result is a tough looking motorcycle with slash-cut pipes, blacked out engine casings and black cast wheels with machined rims. The Speedmaster celebrates the performance of its air-cooled 865cc parallel twin, 270Ί crank engine in a unique 60's hot rod style.

A tank mounted tacho, braided hoses, twin front discs and flat bars confirm this motorcycle goes as well as it looks. Make no mistake, whenever and wherever a Speedmaster arrives it leaves no one in any doubt as to how great the ride has been on the way.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2009:  • Moody new Jet Black and Sunset Red paint scheme
 
ENGINE:  • No changes
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Phantom Black/New England White  • Phantom Black
 
ACCESSORIES:  • Chrome Caliper Covers

Triumph twin specifications

2010 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black

A stripped down middleweight hotrod.

Stripped down. Mean. Moody. The Speedmaster is a tough looking, no-nonsense cruiser that's brimming with attitude. With blacked out engine cases, slash cut pipes and cast black wheels with polished rims, the Speedmaster embraces the attitude of the hot rod motorcycles of 60's.

Powered by a 270Ί crankshaft version of Triumph's venerable 865cc air-cooled parallel twin, the Speedmaster has the power to match its tough look, while twin front brakes and flat bars confirm that this is a motorcycle that's been designed with go as well as show.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2009:  • Moody new Jet Black and Sunset Red paint scheme
 
ENGINE:  • No changes
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Phantom Black/New England White  • Phantom Black
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None

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2011 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Sunset Red

Speedmaster. Stripped down hotrod.

Bad boy good looks. Slash cut pipes. Engine cases in black for real attitude. Black cast wheels with machined detail. The Speedmaster. Air-cooled 865cc parallel-twin, 270 degree crank engine. Unique 'hot rod' style. The very essence of low-slung, old-school cruiser re-invented for the demands of today's rider. New for 2011, short guards, big wheels and a totally new feel. Ready to roll if you're ready to rock.

Stripped down. Mean. Moody. The Speedmaster is a tough looking, no-nonsense sports cruiser that's dripping with attitude. With blacked out engine cases, slash cut pipes and cast black wheels with polished rims, the Speedmaster embraces the attitude of the hotted up motorcycles of the 60s. Powered by a 270Ί crankshaft version of Triumph's renowned 865cc air-cooled parallel twin, the Speedmaster has the power to match its tough look.

The new-for-2011 Triumph Speedmaster features a host of updates to deliver an improved riding experience and an even more aggressive appearance. The stripped down sports cruiser now features a new 19" cast aluminium front wheel with single disc brake and skinny tyre for the classic chopped hot rod look and a whole host of other updates to give the Speedmaster more attitude and improved accessibility.

At the heart of the Speedmaster is Triumph's revered 865cc parallel twin engine, a classic configuration favoured by custom builders around the world. With its 270-degree firing order and twin slash cut pipes, the fuel-injected unit delivers a peppy 61PS and 72Nm of torque with a satisfying growl befitting the sporting looks. Ergonomics have been improved for the 2011 model year, with a low 690mm seat height married to new and wider handlebars that deliver a new riding position that feels substantially different to the previous model and which will appeal to a wide variety of riders.

To complete the back to basics street rod look, the 2011 Speedmaster sports blacked out engine cases, a carefully crafted teardrop tank, minimalist mudguards, a 15" cast rear wheel with high profile tyre and a new front headlight design. Two colour options are available for the 2011 Triumph Speedmaster: classic metallic Phantom Black and Cranberry Red, a new colour which is debuting on the Speedmaster.

A full range of genuine Triumph accessories are available to accompany the Speedmaster, including a range of saddlebags, screens and alternative seats to meet the preferences of the individual rider.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2011:  • 19" cast front wheel with single disc  • lower seat height  • New styling
 
ENGINE:  • No changes
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black  • Jet Black with Neon Blue infill  • Jet Black with Sunset Red infill
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None

Triumph twin specifications

2012 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black & Sunset Red

Dark, brooding lines and a pared-down hot-rod essence make the Speedmaster a standout middleweight cruiser from every angle. Its 865cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine uses a 270° crank firing interval, giving a distinctive throbbing beat and smooth, torque-laden power delivery. Peak power of 55PS arrives at 6,500rpm, with maximum torque of 68Nm available at just 3,500rpm. Both cylinders vent through a pair of long, deep-chromed silencers while the satin-black engine finish adds a crisp, understated edge to the handsome lines of what is a very evocative powerplant.

The riding position too, which is slightly more purposeful than the usual laid-back cruising stance, sets the Speedmaster apart. High risers mount the flat 'drag' handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed, forward-set footpegs. The rider sits supported and 'cupped' into the gunslinger seat, ready to launch at the horizon. Cast wheels add style - the 18-inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the near-solid 15-inch rear a 170/80. The twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a planted and supple ride. Twin 310mm front discs - gripped by twin-piston calipers - haul the Speedmaster up extremely hard.

As a hot-rodded 'Factory Custom', the Speedmaster proves the ethos of less is more, and minimalism is key to the bike's harder edge. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel-tank nacelle, the large round white-faced speedo perches cleanly in the rider's line of sight on its top-yoke mounting. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel, giving a useful range. The Speedmaster's paint options are plain Jet Black, Jet Black with Sunset Red infill and Jet Black with Neon Blue infill.

If the Speedmaster's bare bones want a little more flesh on them, the Triumph accessory range features an array of bolt-ons specifically designed to lend even more appeal and individuality. With its punchy engine, mean looks and souped-up chassis the Speedmaster is the very essence of an old-school street rod, packing performance and style into one very individual motorcycle.

To some, the Speedmaster is just perfect as it rolls out of the factory. To others it's simply the starting point…

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2012:  • Moody new Jet Black and Sunset Red paint scheme
 
ENGINE:  • No changes
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black  • Jet Black with Neon Blue infill  • Jet Black with Sunset Red infill
 
ACCESSORIES:  • Chrome Caliper Covers

Triumph twin specifications

2013 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster in Jet Black

Dark, brooding lines and a pared-down hot-rod essence make the Speedmaster a standout middleweight cruiser from every angle. Its 865cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine uses a 270° crank firing interval, giving a distinctive throbbing beat and smooth, torque-laden power delivery. Peak power of 55PS arrives at 6,500rpm, with maximum torque of 68Nm available at just 3,500rpm. Both cylinders vent through a pair of long, deep-chromed silencers while the satin-black engine finish adds a crisp, understated edge to the handsome lines of what is a very evocative powerplant.

The riding position too, which is slightly more purposeful than the usual laid-back cruising stance, sets the Speedmaster apart. High risers mount the flat 'drag' handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed, forward-set footpegs. The rider sits supported and 'cupped' into the gunslinger seat, ready to launch at the horizon. Cast wheels add style - the 18-inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the near-solid 15-inch rear a 170/80. The twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a planted and supple ride. Twin 310mm front discs - gripped by twin-piston calipers - haul the Speedmaster up extremely hard.

As a hot-rodded 'Factory Custom', the Speedmaster proves the ethos of less is more, and minimalism is key to the bike's harder edge. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel-tank nacelle, the large round white-faced speedo perches cleanly in the rider's line of sight on its top-yoke mounting. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel, giving a useful range. The Speedmaster's paint options are plain Jet Black, Jet Black with Sunset Red infill and Jet Black with Neon Blue infill.

If the Speedmaster's bare bones want a little more flesh on them, the Triumph accessory range features an array of bolt-ons specifically designed to lend even more appeal and individuality. With its punchy engine, mean looks and souped-up chassis the Speedmaster is the very essence of an old-school street rod, packing performance and style into one very individual motorcycle.

To some, the Speedmaster is just perfect as it rolls out of the factory. To others it's simply the starting point…

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2013:  • Moody new Jet Black and Sunset Red paint scheme
 
ENGINE:  • No changes
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black  • Jet Black with Neon Blue infill  • Jet Black with Sunset Red infill
 
ACCESSORIES:  • Chrome Caliper Covers

Triumph twin specifications