• Sep 28th 2010 at 8:59AM
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2011 Triumph Speed triple leaked images – Click above for high-res image gallery

Triumph has been on something of a tear as of late, releasing teaser after supposedly "leaked" teaser of new models that are eagerly anticipated by fans of the British marque. Now, the sleuthy eyes over at Visordown.com noticed that the 2011 edition of the Speed Triple – arguably the bike that is most responsible for the factory streetfighter's recent popularity – is being showcased in Triumph's own accessory catalog.

As before, the next edition will use a version of Triumph's well-loved 1050cc three-cylinder engine, which is expected to pump out more power than ever before. We're also expecting Triumph to reduce the weight of its naked triple by nearly 40 pounds, further boosting performance. Styling will be updated, keeping the bike's trademark twin headlamps and high-mount pipes but masking it all in a much more angular design.

Check out the image gallery below for various bits and pieces of the 2011 Triumph Speed Triple, and stay tuned for a full reveal ahead of the bike's expected showroom debut later in 2011.

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      • 4 Years Ago
      Can't wait to see it. I have always like the Speed Triple, but for my money I would buy either the Street Triple or an FZ1. Maybe this new one may change my mind.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I absolutely love Triumph's triple engines. The Speed Triple's little brother, the Street Triple is going to be my next bike.

      The only thing I don't get though is, with the success of the Daytona 675 and the Speed Triple, why don't they make a Daytona 1050? Who wouldn't want to see Triumph get back into the literbike game?
      • 4 Years Ago
      I love the headlamps! Was never a huge fan of the round ones. I'm sure a lot of Triumph purists will be horrified though.
      @ Alex
      The Daytona is still my favourite, I'm seriously considering picking up the SE. I second the idea for a 1050 version.
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