Triumph Motorcycles this week uncovered its 2023 Street Triple 765 range, which is slated to hit local showrooms in the first quarter of next year.

The three-bike range consists of an updated Street Triple R, a new Street Triple RS and an exclusive limited-run Street Triple 765 Moto2 Edition. The LAMS-approved Street Triple S has been discontinued.

Importantly the Moto2 Edition will arrive with significant exclusivity built-in, with just 765 of each of the available two colour variants to be released worldwide. Colours are Triumph Racing Yellow or Crystal White.

All three bikes make use of the brand’s 765cc inline triple powerplant with different states of tune for the higher specified pairing of the RS and Moto2. Performance figures see the R peak at 88kW, whilst the RS and Moto2 Edition produce 95.6kW. Peak torque of 80Nm arrives on all three models at 9500rpm.

For reference, the outgoing Triumph Street Triple RS generates 90kW and 79Nm.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765

The R version enters the market as the base variant, with updates over the bike it replaces – the most significant changes limited to styling and a revised electronic suite while the RS gets Brembo Stylema brakes, and revised geometry. The R and RS have a changed riding position thanks to 12mm wider handlebars.

The Street Triple 765 Moto2 Edition adds clip-on handlebars that are 80mm lower and 50mm further forward, Ohlins fully adjustable forks, carbon-fibre bodywork, official Moto2 branding, a unique Moto2 start-up screen and an individually numbered top yoke.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765

The R comes fitted with Showa 41mm forks and a Showa piggyback reservoir monoshock, while the RS benefits from an Ohlins rear-end.

Optimised cornering ABS comes as standard on all three models. The system features a new ABS modulator with an integrated IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit). A track-focused tune also allows minimal ABS intervention, and all three bikes come standard with an up/down quickshifter.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765

Also now standard on all three Street Triple models is optimised cornering traction control. Four independently adjustable levels of intervention can be selected including a track-focused tune with minimal intervention as well as the ability to turn it off altogether.

Seat heights are 826mm on the Street Triple R, 836mm on the RS and 839mm for the Moto2 Edition, a low seat option can be fitted to reduce the height by a further 28mm on all models.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765

The RS and Moto2 Edition feature a 5.0-inch, full-colour TFT instruments and the My Triumph connectivity system is pre-enabled, offering turn-by-turn navigation, phone control and music operation via the accessory-fit Bluetooth module and free My Triumph app.

Instrumentation differences across the model range see the lower-spec Street Triple R fitted with a TFT display for key information, and a lap timer is included on the RS and Moto2 Edition for track day use.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765

Interestingly, there will be no LAMS Street Triple, Triumph boffins suggesting the fact that the brand’s Trident 660 fulfills that sector of the market Down Under.

Pricing for the new 2023 Triumph Street Triple range has yet to be confirmed. For reference, the outgoing range is priced from $18,140 rideaway for the R and $19,950 for the RS.

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