Powering the Trident is a similar version of the 660cc triple motor that you find on the Euro-spec Street Triple S. It has quite a lot of different internal parts that are dedicated to make the motor feel a lot more accessible. 81PS at 10,250rpm and 64Nm at 5,000rpm is produced here, making it one of the leaders in terms of performance in this segment. A six-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch comes in as standard and one can fit a bi-directional quickshifter from the Triumph’s accessory catalogue. It is leading the pack in terms of electronic aids on offer. Two rider modes with their individual throttle maps, traction control settings and ABS intervention levels are standard. The mechanical on the Trident are simple and cost effective compared to the Street Triple models. The USD fork is non-adjustable while the mono shock only has preload adjust ability, both units sourced from Showa. No Italian radial braking hardware here. Instead, Nissin twin-piston floating calipers act on two 310mm discs at the front while the rear gets a 255mm disc with a Nissin single-piston caliper. The lightweight 17-inch alloy wheels come shod with grippy Michelin Road 5 tyres.