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Introducing the new Triumph Trident 660 bike in the style of Arbor

Triumph Bike’s brand new Trident 660 bike was formally unveiled to the public today. Triumph’s Triple Series bike models are highly valued by customers worldwide.

Triumph today unveiled the brand new model of the Trident worldwide in a way that offers a lower price choice to customers who dream of a triple bike model.

This new bike model is designed in the Roadster style. The bike was developed at Triumph’s Hingley Design Center in the UK. In addition, the design of this bike has been used with the advice of the famous Italian design expert Radalfo Proscoli.

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The new Triumph Trident 660 bike is equipped with a three-cylinder 660cc engine. This engine will deliver a maximum of 80 bhp of power and 64 Nm of torque. A 6-speed gearbox is attached. There are also slip and assist clutch features. The engine of this bike is said to exhibit 90 percent torque at a steady speed.

Thus, performance is expected to be much better when going at maximum speed. The new Triumph Trident bike has ride by wire technology. There are two riding modes, Road and Rain. Also featured are the ABS braking system, traction control, and LED lights.

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The new Triumph Trident 660 bike model uses the new Duplex steel chassis. The front has 41mm Shoa Upside Down forks and the rear has a Shoa Mono Shock Absorber with an adjustment feature.

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The front wheel has a disc brake with 310mm twin rotors with Nissin 2 piston calipers and a disc brake with a single-piston Nissin caliper at the rear. The bike is fitted with 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels and Michelin Road 5 tires. There are 45 additional accessories for sale on this bike.

The price announcement of this new Triumph Trident 660 bike is expected to be released in early November. It is expected to go on sale in India early next year, i.e. in the next few months.

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