Using the same larger capacity (1050cc) engine and revised chassis including upside down forks, radial brakes, redesigned swing-arm and high level pipes, Triumph designed the bike around a concept submitted by one of its most influential Italian importers.
The ‘sawn-off’ style, underscored with stainless steel and brushed aluminium parts, was inspired by the short, cut-down look popular on the streets of southern Europe. The brief with the Speed Triple was to maintain the brutal edge and minimalist appeal of a machine built entirely around its engine.
Renfrew Group prepares designs for many motorcycle clients including Triumph. This work includes visuals, initial CAD data, and clay modelling which is carried out in our auto-studio. After sign-off and re-scanning, we create A and B surface CAD data and also supply our clients with prototype RIM bodywork sets and instrument parts through our rapid prototyping division Rapitypes