Triumph Speed Triple Tripla 0.0

Nov 16, 2017

Category: Rides

Based off a Triumph Street Triple, this blacked out behemoth is kindly brought to us by the good folk over at Italian Dream Motorcycle located in Northern Italy. Here, we have what started out as a standard Triumph canvas, but through an eye for aggressive designs, has effectively been turned into something resembling more of a bat bike than a traditional Street Triple.

Dubbed the Tripla 0.0, this 676cc 100hp monolith was built in collaboration with specialized workshops that manufacture racing parts across the industry. Through this collaboration, the rear suspension was effectively replaced with a Speed Triple mono-shock suspension, the chain transmission was replaced with a belt drive connected by CNC machined pulleys, and a triple mouthed exhaust allows the triple cylinders to roar to live while racing across the Italian countryside. Additionally, the tail seat and carriers were entirely handcrafted, the iconic front faring now tinted in a dark color, and the rims are machined out of solid blocks of metal.

Purchase: $51,800

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