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Custom Triumph Street Triple 675 by Jett Design and Motorelic

A Rennsport-inspired Street Triple 675

For riders of a sporting persuasion, the first-generation Street Triple is close to the ideal motorcycle. It’s light and handles beautifully, and the 106 hp engine is an absolute peach. We love the iconic twin headlights that came with that model, but some folks don’t. If you’re not a fan, there’s inspiration right here for…

A sharp new suit for the Triumph Street Triple by Redeemed Cycles

A sharp new suit for the Triumph Street Triple

The Street Triple 675 is a damn good bike. Over the years, we’ve yet to meet an owner who doesn’t rave about their ride, and road tests are universally appreciative. But like virtually all factory bikes of a sporting bent, the Street Triple has decidedly ‘contemporary’ styling. And there are folks who think it deserves…

Triumph Street Triple R

Ace 675CR Street Triple Special

London’s Ace Cafe will forever be associated with greasy rockers, old Brit iron and the post-War “Ton-Up Boys”. But this venerable institution has now put its name to a very contemporary café racer—based on the Triumph Street Triple R. A short run of ten 675CR Street Triple Specials will be built by Jack Lilley, the…