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Dynavolt Triumph 765 based on Street Triple RS revealed

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Triumph has unveiled the new Triumph Street Triple 765 RS. The motorcycle will be racing as Dynavolt Triumph at the 2021 Quattro Group British Supersport season. Simon Buckmaster’s PTR team manages Dynavolt Triumph, announced the brand. The new racing motorcycle will give Triumph the ability to test the 765 triple engine and Street Triple RS chassis. The testing will become an important step in Triumph’s future racing goals.

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Partnership with PTR will also help Triumph’s in-house engineering department as the racing team has proven capability in Supersport race preparation. The Dynavolt Triumph team will consist of former WSS British rider Kyle Smith and former British MotoStar champion Brandon Paasch as factory riders returning the Iconic British brand to the world motorsports again.

Dynavolt Triumph Street Triple 765 RS

The Dynavolt Triumph Street Triple 765 RS bring back the iconic Triumph Daytona superbike. The motorcycle body is inspired by the renowned supersport and features a sharp front end with a ram air duct, a bubble windscreen, full fairings and a sharp tail end. The Dynavolt Triumph Street Triple 765 RS features a new Black and Blue colour livery and fluorescent accent lines. The motorcycle also features race-spec clip-on handlebars, a racing exhaust system, fully adjustable racing suspension, uprated brakes and high-performance callipers.

Triumph Street Triple 765 RS Engine Specifications

Powering the Dynavolt Triumph is the same 765cc in-line Triple engine—a three-cylinder, liquid-cooled 12-valve DOHC motor that produces 123 PS of power and 79 Nm of torque. The fuel injection engine comes with electronic throttle control and a 6-speed transmission unit. The motorcycle also comes with a slipper assist clutch and Triumph Shift Assist. The chassis is an aluminium beam twin-spar frame with a 2 piece high-pressure die-cast subframe for stiffness. The chassis provides stability in straight-line speed and agility in corners.

Triumph’s Global Racing Manager

The brand has also announced that Jeremy Appleton is now the new Global Racing Manager. Jeremy Appleton will bring his vast experience of motorsports, including MotoGP, WSBK, AMA Supercross and MXGP. Triumph’s Global Racing Manger is also experienced in automobile racing such as F1 and Nascar.

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