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Bike: Triumph Street Twin

Plate: FU##E

Price: $25,500 (negotiable)

COE: 6 Oct 2026

Contact me at 91724936.

 

Street Twin is part of the Triumph Bonneville family. Perfect 900cc daily bike that comes well equipped with power and torque great for city cruising. Fuel consumption is rock solid at 23-24 KM/L.

 

Really easy to handle, getting in and out of traffic is hardly any effort. Bike comes with ABS and traction control. You'd find a little USB charging port underneath the seat as well.

 

Parts and accessories easily worth $3k. I made it look a little more "classic" looking which is towards my preference. Subtle and tasteful —the less is more approach.

 

1) Free Spirits upper fork tube covers for the blackout look. Plus I've also gotten the headlight/speedo mount sprayed black to match.

 

2) Classic western bar in chrome for the classic British styling.

 

3) Comes with 2-digit no. plate (Price definitely negotiable if you do not want the plate)

 

4) MotoTrio short front fender and custom mesh side covers really adds to the flavour.

 

5) Bike also come fitted with official Triumph accessories such as the skid plate and knee pads. Optional Triumph bench seat in brown (in my other listing).

 

6) Custom vertical tuck & roll seat from JP vintage – referencing Bates style seat. So it's either this, the bench seat, or if neither, just want the stock seat? Sure thing, price definitely negotiable as well.

 

7) Vintage MX style grips for comfort and look!

 

8) Option of Pangea Speed mirror or Bates style clamp mirror, up to buyer's preference

 

9) Dual sport tyres for the beefy "off road" look. Shinko E705 front and back. Good stuff.

 

10) Pair of chrome side luggage racks make it convenient to put on panniers for riding up north or just simply storage solutions.

 

11) Rear license plate mount shortened to tighten up the entire look of the bike. I have a spare original part so no issue there.

 

12) British Customs smoked turn signals, plug & play and damn sexaye!

 

13) British Customs brake cylinder so sleek its full of kick! Price negotiable should you want to revert to stock cylinder.

 

You'd probably not see another Street Twin looking like this because it's the only "two tone" Street Twin going around the island. Paying homage to the classic Triumph outlook.

 

Selling the bike due to some new found commitment and I really **** you not, this bike is awesome. You can see more pictures on Instagram, search for #gogorocksteady.

 

Bike is fully paid for and loan definitely can be arranged. Brand new right now should be around 27-28k? This bike comes with a 4-year warranty with Mah and it has only been serviced by them. Mileage is 6537KM as of 17 May '17.

 

Let me know if you're keen to take a look and learn more about the bike. We can discuss more if you're genuinely interested. I'm probably not going to reply if the offer is waaayyy too shitty and I hope you understand. I've put in a lot of love and time into the bike to want to bother about people who can't respect that so please do not waste either of our time.

 

Bike: Triumph Street Twin

Plate: FU##E

Price: $25,500 (negotiable)

COE: 6 Oct 2026

Contact me at 91724936.

 

Triumph really, really did a good job with their new range of machines you'd have to see for yourself to believe.

 

Thanks for taking the time to read till this point. Much appreciated!

Braap braap and away!

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