Despite being busy with two new models and a new performance division, Triumph has taken the time to show its Streets a bit of love by updating their looks and giving them a little performance boost. The most exciting update is undeniably the power increase both models have received. In fact, the output of the parallel twin has been jacked by 10 horsepower to reach 64 hp for 59 lb-ft of torque. The redline has been raised by 500 rpm and set at 7,500.
The block itself gets a new magnesium cam cover, lightweight crankshaft, deadshaft, and balance shafts, as well as a lighter clutch. The Nissin brake calipers have been swapped for 4-piston Brembos. The two Streets also get a high-spec cartridge front fork and a slightly reorganized riding ergonomics meant to improve comfort.
The Twin receives a new set of aluminum spoke wheels while the Scrambler gets a more rugged saddle finish and a wider front fork. Both bikes are decorated with Triumph’s new and modernized logo and receive a new instrument cluster.
Tech-wise, the company has been generous with the Streets. Both get new Road and Rain riding modes, ASB, traction control, torque assist clutch as well as an immobilizer and a USB port. The Twin is also offered with optional tire pressure monitoring.