Bikes caught in testing like this can be tricky to judge, because it’s not always obvious what the company is aiming for or what parts it intends to keep. But in this case it seems pretty clear that Triumph is planning a mashup of its own streetfighters and modern classics. The round headlights paired next to each other are an obvious link to the original Speed Triple of the 1990s, and the tall, flat handlebar with bar-end mirrors is reminiscent of the entire Speed line. Massive aluminum blocks as risers for the wide handlebar suggest that Triumph is still playing with riding positions and aerodynamics. Other work is clearly being done on the front end, too, with a new combination of fork and triple clamps to tune chassis geometry. The headlights are mounted to the fork—instead of the frame, like a Speed/Street Triple—which is surely part of Triumph’s testing regimen as well.