The new Dynavolt Triumph Street Triple 765 RS Supersport Challenger will take part in the Quattro Group British Supersport series this season.
The fully faired Dynavolt Triumph racing bike is based on the Triumph Street Triple RS
Triumph Motorcycles presented the new Dynavolt Street Triple 765 RS Supersport Challenger which will be ridden by former UK WSS rider Kyle Smith and former UK MotoStar champion Brandon Paasch in the Quattro Group UK Supersport series. Working with PTR, under the Dynavolt Triumph name, the British motorcycle brand hopes to not only prove the platform’s capabilities, but also refine it based on information gathered from the circuit. More importantly, the Dynavolt Triumph team marks the historic return of official racing for Triumph motorcycles.
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The engines used by Dynavolt Triumph for the 2021 Quattro Group UK Supersport Championship will be the same as those used in Moto2. Triumph has a long history of racing success and the latest chapter in the brand’s return to racing will be a big boost for one of its most popular platforms, the Street Triple 765 RS. The Dynavolt Triumph racing bike gets the full racing treatment, thanks to the Dynavolt Triumph team, but underneath it retains the bare supersport heart and soul we all love.
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“We wouldn’t go into this project if we didn’t think it’s a bike that could really compete. The Street Triple is a bare sport bike but it’s derived from the Daytona so we think, in terms of geometry, it ‘is a really good starting point for a race bike. I think as a starter package you have a chassis that really works and from an engine point of view we have the 765 Triple. It’s an engine. that we’ve been using in Moto2 for the last couple of seasons and I think the response we’ve had and the performance we’ve had will tell you that the engine, as a package, is something that is going to compete. together, the engine and the chassis, I think we’ve got a really good starting point, ”said Steve Sargent, Chief Product Officer of Triumph.
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The Dynavolt Triumph Street Triple 765 RS is set to make its track debut in the first official BSB test at Silverstone on April 28, 2021. Triumph sees the 2021 season as a test, but the brand aims to be competitive in the series early enough. Additionally, Triumph also hopes that seasoned customers see the Street Triple as a viable racing platform, so that it makes more appearances on track days and local races around the world.
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