The RS model has five ride modes available—Road, Rain, Sport, Track, and “Rider,” which is programmable to your favorite settings and selectable from the menu. Modes set different parameters for throttle map (Road, Rain, or Sport), Continental ABS (Road or Track), and Triumph Traction Control (Road, Rain, Sport, or Track). Each of the three throttle maps deliver all of the engine’s power (121 claimed horses in the case of the RS) eventually, just at different rates. Having a choice in maps is nice, but truthfully the Street Triple doesn’t need it—Sport mode is perfectly easy to use and left me without a use for the others. Track ABS allows more discrepancy in front- and rear-wheel speeds while Road is obviously more conservative. As for TTC, I hardly noticed it except when it kicked in to keep the front wheel on the ground (Track mode doesn’t do that). Arguably the best feature is that ABS and TTC can be switched off if you so desire, right from the dashboard: no need to pull a fuse.