Triumph Street Triple RS 765 Bike Overview
Launched in 2017, the Triumph Street Triple RS 765 is powered by a liquid-cooled, 12v, inline triple 765cc engine capable of producing 121bhp and a maximum torque of 10,800rpm. This naked bike is a development of the RX 675, with more torque, power, less weight, a new design and a higher seat.
A key feature of the Street Triple is the five riding modes, Road/Rain/Sport/Track/Custom, which adjusts the levels of traction and ABS to suit the riding style. Another great technical feature is the new 5” full colour multi-function TFT dash, which is not often seen on a naked bike and emphasises the attention to detail put into designing and building this bike.
Although it weighs less than the RX 675, the new styling and design of the RS 765 gives the bike a more chunky and beastly look.
The original colours for the 2017 model was black and silver, though the 2019 design sees grey and white options become available.
Triumph Street Triple RS 765 Bike Spec
- Seat height825mm
- EngineLiquid-cooled, 12v, inline triple
- Top speed150mph
- Average fuel consumption40mpg
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Triumph Street Triple RS 765 Bike Gallery
Not an ideal bike for carrying pillion
Super braking and the reassurance of ABS
Handles great. Suspensions softens a little with time
As my first bike I still get a thrill every time I open the throttle
Quite heavy on fuel and with small tank I’m always filling it up
Really comfy and great riding position.
So far so good, just had its first service with no issues.
Brakes are very effective, engine braking is also very good and predictable.
Amazing in corners, tips in really well and is very light.
Enough power to get out of and (in to) trouble.....
So far so good, not sure how many miles are in the back tyre but doesn't seem to chew it like my Ducati did.
Not really comfy. Too short for a pillion. Hard work for long distance.
Warranty work. Dash, horn, quick shifter replace.
Brakes are very good. Forks give excellent feed back under hard breaking.
Suspension, even though Ohlins rear shock, feels over sprung. On large bumps get lifted out of seat. Lightweight and corners very well.
765 does not have very much over 675 but don't have to rev it quite so hard. Goes well for a triple but keeping high speeds up is hard work. They don't have a very high top speed, like a 600 sports bike say.
It's not too bad tyres 4,500 miles which I consider good seeing as I don't potter about. Triumph servicing costs competitive with others. Fuel 40 to 48 mpg, which is not brill but reasonable.