--------- Sprint GT1050



Capacity 1050cc

Bore Stroke 79.0 mm / 71.4 mm

Compression 12.0:1

Max Power EC 130 PS/128 BHP (96 kW) @ 9,200 rpm

Max Torque EC 108 Nm @ 6,300 rpm

System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI

Exhaust Stainless steel 3 into 1, side mounted stainless steel silencer

Final drive X ring chain

Clutch Wet, multi-plate

Gearbox 6-speed

Top speed 160 mph

Fuel capacity 20 litres

Seat height 815mm

Bike weight 268kg

Front Suspension Showa 43 mm cartridge forks with dual rate springs and adjustable preload, 127 mm travel

Showa monoshock with adjustable rebound damping and hydraulically adjustable preload, 152 mm rear wheel travel

Front brake Twin 320 mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston calipers, ABS

Rear brake Single 255 mm disc, Nissin 2-piston sliding caliper, ABS

Front tyre size 120/70 x 17

Rear tyre size 180/55 x 17


Etterfølger av Sprint ST, lansert i 2010 og solgt i UK fremdeles i2017.

Funnet på internet:

"Take Triumph's superb Sprint ST (Sport Touring) and make it more adept at touring and also pillion friendly and what do you end up with? A Triumph Sprint GT (Grand Touring), that’s what. Sounds easy enough but in practice Triumph had to revise the Sprint’s chassis in a major way. So with a longer swingarm and steel subframe the GT becomes uber-stable when decked out with 117 litres of luggage, a pillion and 20 litres of juice. It goes further than that, though. Lower seat height, a wider, more comfortable pillion seat, built in grab rails on the topbox mounts and revised footpeg positions… and more. Does it all work, though? Yes, it does. It is comfy for pillion and rider – good enough for Triumph’s claimed 200 miles between fuel stops – the engine is flexible and grunty, steering is agile but stable and it can carry a week’s worth of clothing with ease."