It’s with great excitement that we reveal progress made on our very own project bike, the INFO MOTO Triumph Speed Twin Super Build. Fresh from the paint shop we today took it for its first ride with new bolt-on upgrades. Watch the full reveal video here…

For those not up to date, we began this project with a stock 2021 Triumph Speed Twin as we look to build our ideal modern Brit twin.

While we have no real complaints with the standard machine, we want to see just how special we can make it. So far we’ve installed Ohlins suspension – the front-end taken from the previous generation Triumph Speed Triple – and the rear pinched from a Thruxton R.

The fine folks at Verex built the exhaust, which along with an air intake upgrade, allowed us to gain nearly 10 horsepower. We also fitted a variety of exterior parts from Triumph’s accessories catalogue, mirrors and indicators from a Rocket 3 cruiser, and aftermarket upgrades like Evotech levers, a custom seat, Arton Works instrument faces, a tail tidy and radiator guard, among other touches.

Not to be forgotten is the complete hand-painted red, white and black INFO MOTO colour scheme on the tank and side panels that gives it such a unique presence.

The bike managed a healthy 98hp (72kW) and 117Nm on the dyno, as we near our goal of 110 horsepower with a cam upgrade and ECU tune. Can we achieve it? Stay tuned.

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darky
darky
1 month ago

Fwoooor doesn’t seem to cut it…..

Magnificent….. 🤩🤩🤩