Triumph reveals new Trident 660

Triumph motorcycles has revealed what it is calling its new chapter in the Roadster segment – the Triumph Trident 660.

Carrying a minimal design combined with its class leading technology and the might 660cc Triple engine that has had over 65 new components specifically for the Trident helping it produce over 81hp and 47lb ft in a bike that weighs 189kg ‘wet’.

If you are in love with the bike but haven’t yet got your A license, Triumph offers a kit to make it A2 compliant, restricting the peak power to 48hp and 51Nm. Once you have passed your test a dealer can easily revert it back to its original tune and performance.

The bike features a slip and assist clutch, riding modes for both the road and rain, switchable traction control, Showa forks, Nissin brakes with 310mm discs, Michelin Road 5 tires, and a new multi-functional instrument panel with a ‘white on black’ TFT display, all-LED lighting with a big seven-inch single unit with a Triumph badge incorporated in it up front, and anti-lock brakes. 

The Triumph Trident 660 will start at £7,195 and will be available late January 2021.


Author: Nikolai Attard

Just a Malteser living in London, working as a PR/social media consultant and writing about things I find interesting on the side.

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