Pic special: 2011 Triumph Sprint GT

First images of Triumph's latest GT

Posted: 17 May 2010
by Visordown News

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THESE ARE the first official pictures of the all-new 2011 Triumph Sprint GT, which is to retail for £9,499, the company has announced.

The 1050cc triple-cylinder sports tourer produces a claimed 130bhp and has a wet weight of 268kg.

Triumph say the new Sprint GT tourer is lilted more towards touring than sport riding.

The GT comes with all-new 31 litre panniers and ABS brakes as standard.

2011 Triumph Sprint GT specs:

Engine Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity 1050cc
Bore/Stroke 79 x 71.4mm
Compression Ratio 12.0:1
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI

Transmission
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 6-speed

Cycle Parts
Frame Aluminium beam perimeter
Swingarm Single-sided, aluminium alloy with eccentric chain adjuster
Front Wheel Cast aluminium alloy 5-spoke 17 x 3.5in
Rear Wheel Cast aluminium alloy 5-spoke 17 x 5.5in
Front Tyre 120/70 ZR 17
Rear Tyre 180/55 ZR 17
Front SuspensionShowa 43mm cartridge forks with dual rate springs and adjustable preload, 127mm travel
Rear Suspension Showa monoshock with adjustable preload and rebound damping, 152mm rear wheel travel
Front Brakes Twin 320mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston calipers, ABS
Rear Brakes Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2-piston sliding caliper, ABS

Dimensions

Length    2260mm
Width (Handlebars)    760mm
Height    1210mm
Seat Height    815mm
Wheelbase    1537mm
Rake/Trail    23.5°/84mm
Wet Weight (homologated)    268kg
Fuel Tank Capacity    20 litres

Performance (measured at crankshaft to 95/1/EC)
Maximum Power EC   130PS
Maximum Torque EC   108Nm

Colours Pacific Blue, Aluminium Silver

Price £9,499 OTR


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Still no upside down forks?

Ugh! Triumph, that smells of budget bike. 


Posted: 17/05/2010 at 16:56

No view of the 'Silencer' side.

Is there a hugger fitted as standard?

How much is that Top Box going to add to the price?


Posted: 17/05/2010 at 17:37

Where's the new engine? Where's the shaft drive? Why is it so heavy?

Posted: 17/05/2010 at 18:22

. . . and another thing:  I looks like the owner, or perhaps his/her mechanic, will now have to remove the end can in order to remove the rear wheel and replace a tire.  Something that will happen frequently on a bike intended to be a mile muncher.  This is progress?

Posted: 17/05/2010 at 23:43

love the styling, pointy and modern but grown up.

the paniers are a decent shape too, unlike my stupidly curvey versys ones that you cant fit anything square in properly

i am starting to hate the increasing trend that manurfacturers are using super-scoot exhausts on their proper bikes! triumph dont even do a super-scoot they really are following the herd! 


Posted: 18/05/2010 at 01:00

Its another Honsuzyamakaw, unfortunatly these bikes all look the same,reliable appliances but no individual style to stand out from the crowd.


Posted: 18/05/2010 at 01:34

Remove the exhaust to remove the wheel! What planet are you on? Can't you see its got a single sided swing arm? Muppet.

Whole point of these bikes is they look normal, build quality is excellent and there's nothing much to separate them from the crowd . . . until you open the throttle and everything changes. That triple motor is fantastic; loads of drive and a great sound.

Personally I think its a great bike and its British.

Can't help but worry about how its going to do against the VFR1200. Time Triumph brought out a 1200 triple?


Posted: 19/05/2010 at 07:54

Why only a 20 litre tank,thats not a touring size its a weekend round the block job.The panniers stick out too far,a common problem on bikes because the makers never seem to realise that there is a lot of space underutilised between the pannier and the wheel.

That said it looks rather good.


Posted: 19/05/2010 at 13:07

Just run 248 miles on a tank, and still fuel left. Thats a mixture of motorway, town and twisty country lanes. Can't complain about that.

Posted: 25/10/2011 at 22:16

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