Triumph have finally pulled the wraps off their new Street Triple, which comes in the form of three new models: the 2017 Triumph Street Triple R, Street Triple S, and Street Triple RS.

All three get Triumph's new 765 cc triple-cylinder engine, though each gets a different tune which makes for 113 horsepower in the S, 118 horsepower in the R, and 123 horsepower in the RS. The S makes 53 pound-feet of torque, while R and RS both make 56 pound-feet; all of which comes at a decent bump over the current model's 105 horsepower and 50 pound-feet of torque. Some people thought Triumph may just use the engine from the Tiger 800, but the Street Triple's bore/stroke of 78 mm x 53.4 mm is a far cry from the Tiger's 74 mm x 61.9 mm.

Triumph says these new bikes have over 80 new parts including things like the crank, pistons, and swing-arm. They even claim it will be more agile than the outgoing model, which could actually be true given that they say it's two kilograms lighter than the current Street Triple R.

All three models get ride-by-wire, traction control, and variable riding modes. The R and RS get an assist/slipper clutch and that full color TFT dash we saw in the teaser, which comes with a five-way joystick to toggle through their electronics package. On top of that, the RS comes with a quickshifter (for upshifts only) and a lap timer.

While there are obvious ties to the outgoing model, Triumph say the bodywork and styling are new thanks to a new fly screen, radiator cowls, air intake, and other panels.

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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph

Triumph say they've shortened the gear ratios in first and second for stronger acceleration; i.e. more dank woolies.

All three models get ABS standard, though it can be turned off or adjusted in the R and RS. The S and R models roll on Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsas, while the RS gets my favorite: Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SPs.

Seat height comes in at 31.89 inches for the S and 32.48 inches for the R and RS, both of which also get daytime running lights.

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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph

The RS is the top of the line, and Triumph claims it's track ready. It gets a Showa 41 mm big piston fork, which is adjustable for preload and rebound/compression damping and an Ohlins STX40 piggyback reservoir monoshock. To help bring the bike to a halt, Triumph have given it top notch Brembo M50 four-piston, radially mounted monobloc calipers which bite dual 310 mm discs up front and a brembo single piston caliper mated with a 220 mm disc in back.

To top it off, the RS gets five rider modes: Rain, Road, Sport, Track, and a rider customizable one. It will be available in Matte Silver Ice and Phantom Black.

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2017 Triumph Street Triple RCourtesy of Triumph

The Street Triple R loses the track riding mode, and gets slight downgrades with a 41 mm USD fully adjustable, separate-function fork and Showa piggyback reservoir monoshock in the suspension department and Brembo's M4.32 calipers. It will be available in Jet Black, Matte Aluminum Silver, and Crystal White.

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2017 Triumph Street Triple SCourtesy of Triumph

Triumph claims the Street Triple S is for the "everyday rider." It only has two riding modes in rain and road, and its front brake is downgraded to a two-piston sliding front caliper. It will come in Diablo Red and Phantom Black.

Pricing has been announced only for the S model at £8,000, which works out to a little under $10,000. However, the RS model will be the first available in March, with the S following in April and the R in May.

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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph
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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph
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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph
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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph
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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph
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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph
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2017 Triumph Street Triple RSCourtesy of Triumph