Triumph Motorcycles’ 2021 Trident 660 steps into the middleweight class with an allotment of features and components that Triumph is betting on to incite new Triumph riders while envigorating the experienced two-wheeled enthusiast.
From the visual standpoint, the Trident’s roadster style abides by the less is more school of thought, a hybrid of cafe style and naked street bike. Minimal and sporty. Simple and clean.
The engine is the heart of the Trident. A liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, inline 3-cylinder 660cc engine produces 80hp and 47 foot-pounds of torque with a majority of the power available throughout the powerband.
The Trident 660 offers two riding modes (road and rain), switchable traction control, ride by wire throttle, ABS, color TFT display, LED lighting and the “My Triumph” Connectivity System.
Suspension and brake departments are composed of Showa upside-down front forks, a Showa preload-adjustable rear mono-shock and a Nissin brake setup with twin 310mm rotors on the front end.
With a wet weight of 417 pounds, the 2021 Triumph Trident 660, priced at $7,995.00, is available in four color schemes: Silver Ice & Diablo Red, Matte Jet Black & Matte Silver Ice, Crystal White and Sapphire Black.
The Trident 660 is expected to arrive in dealerships in early 2021. Look for a comprehensive FIRST RIDE REVIEW soon, here at the SBI FEED.