Part of the all-new Street Triple 765 family, the Low Ride Height (LRH) model has the same definitive street fighter specifications as the ‘R’ but made more accessible with its own unique suspension and seating set-up which is 45mm lower than the standard Street Triple R’s 825mm.
The LRH model’s fork has reduced stroke on the front and uses a shorter shock on the rear. The seat profile is also marginally lower, while the seat unit and subframe remain unchanged.
The eye-catching, three-cylinder Street Triple R Low currently benefits from Triumph’s low-rate finance and is available to ride away for £109 a month.
For more information or to locate your nearest dealer and book a test ride go to http://www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk
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Building over 60,000 bikes per year, Triumph is the largest British motorcycle manufacturer and has over 750 dealers across the world.
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