Triumph Speedmaster (Carb Model)

The Triumph Speedmaster was launched in 2003 to offer an infinitely approachable cruiser to riders seeking comfort and style. Powered by both a 790cc and 865cc parallel twin engine similar to the one found in the Bonneville, the Speedmaster offered increased torque over its standard stablemate by making use of a 270­degree crankshaft ­­ the same used in the Thruxton. Low, long and lean, the Speedmaster actually owes its name to the 1965 Bonneville T120R that was known as the Speedmaster on US shores. Despite its “factory custom” hot­rod looks, the Speedmaster presents the perfect starting point for riders looking to make a bike their own by punching up this cruiser’s style and performance.

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