2011 Triumph Street Review


The Triumph Street is a bike that catered to somewhat of a small niche when it originally hit the market in 2008. It came packed with both beauty and power that could rival some of the top bikes in the industry at that time, but only came packing a 675-cc engine. Now, however, more and more motorcycles have flooded the market that Triumph dominated and is making people wonder just how well the 2011 Triumph Street holds up against the competition. The 2011 Triumph Street comes packing a three-cylinder, liquid-cooled 675-cc engine that’s capable of producing up to 105 horsepower at 11,700 rpm and 50 lb-ft of torque at 9200 rpm. The engine is mated to a six-speed, manual transmission and a chain, just like any other typical sport bike, operates the final drive.

The 2011 Triumph Street has a sleek style that any motorcycle enthusiast is going to love. When operating the bike it feels almost as if the bike has become a part of the owner. The sheer power of the bike delivers a massive kick when the rider needs that extra oomph of power and it’s exhilarating to say the least. As the RPMs of the bike continue to rise, so does the heartbeat of the owner and that’s something only achievable by riding such a beautiful and powerful bike. This is rarely captured with other sport bikes on the market, but it seems as if Triumph has captured this feeling quite successfully.

All in all, the 2011 Triumph Street is a bike that may not be as updated as its competitors at this point, but it can hold its own without a problem. It’s easy to say that motorcycle enthusiasts who are looking for a fast, naked bike will fall in love with the 2011 Triumph Street.

New For 2011

  • New headlights that add more style to the bike
  • More color schemes to choose from
  • Aluminum bars are now thicker
  • Less chrome than previous models
  • An all-new redesigned headstock.
  • Heel guards
  • Silencers
  • New exhaust headers

2011 Triumph Street Specs

  • Model: 2011 Triumph Street
  • Engine Type: 675-cc three-cylinder
  • Bore and Stroke: 2.9 inches and 2.1 inches
  • Compression ratio: 12.65:1
  • Valve Train: DOHC 12-valve, four-valve per cylinder
  • Induction: Liquid
  • Ignition: Electric
  • Transmission: six-speed manual
  • Final Drive: O-ring Chain
  • Fuel Capacity: 4.6 gallons
  • Estimated Fuel Economy: 35 mpg
  • Brakes (Front): Dual Hydraulic Disc
  • Brakes (Rear): Hydraulic Disc
  • Suspension (Front): Kayaba upside down forks, with adjustable preload,
  • Suspension (Rear): Kayaba monoshock with piggy back reservoir, adjustable preload
  • Wheelbase: 55.5 inches
  • Rake: 23.9 degree
  • Trail: 3.63 inches
  • Seat Height: 31.7 inches
  • Curb Weight: 416 pounds
  • Tires (Front): 120/70 ZR 17
  • Tires (Rear): 180/55 ZR 17


  • Triumph Street dual gel seat that will provide extra comfort when riding the bike for long distances and also provides extra room for pillion.
  • Triumph Street molded fly screen visor that will help prevent debris from the road interrupting an enjoyable ride
  • Triumph Street seat cowl kit that will instantly make the bike look much more sharp and race-ready. Cowl kit is easily removable and easy to install over the one-piece seat.
  • Triumph Street color-matched fly screen kit that will add wind protection. Fly screen kit will also give the bike a much more aggressive look, while maintaining the factory beauty and lines of the bike.
  • K&N; high flow air filter which will give the bike a boost in both horsepower and exhaust. K&N; filter provides increased airflow, resulting in more horsepower and torque.
  • LSL urban headlight kit gives the Triumph Street a more aggressive look versus the stock headlights
  • Triumph Street carbon fiber tank pad will keep gas tank from becoming scratched Magnetic tank bag which gives easy access to things such as cell phones, wallet, drinks, etc.

Key Competitors For The 2011 Triumph Street

  • BMW F800R
  • Ducati Monster 796
  • Kawasaki 600R
  • Honda CBR 600RR
  • Suzuki GSX 600R