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2012 Triumph Sprint GT

2012 Triumph Sprint GT

  • Up to 117 litres of hard luggage capacity
  • 200 mile fuel range for long-distance touring
  • Equipped with anti-lock braking system as standard
  • 130PS version of Triumph’s iconic 1050cc three-cylinder engine
  • Built in electrical sockets for ‘on-the-fly’ charging
  • Two year, unlimited mileage warranty as standard

Triumph’s Sprint GT offers a unique blend of sporting ability with touring practicality.

With up to 117 litres of hard luggage capacity, a 200+ mile fuel range, on-the-fly electrical charging and anti-lock brakes as standard, this practicality is the key to the Sprint GT’s success.

Powering the Sprint GT is a 130PS version of Triumph’s venerable 1050cc three-cylinder engine, with 108Nm of torque for effortless overtaking. The chassis, developed from the Sprint ST, features a stylish aluminium frame with single sided swingarm. The GT’s rear shock absorber is easily adjusted for solo
and two-up riding using the hand adjuster located just behind the rider’s leg. The four-piston caliper brakes are developments of the Sprint ST’s items, with ABS fitted as standard. Ready to ride, the Sprint GT weighs in at just 265kg, including the panniers and a full tank of fuel.

High quality colour coded panniers come as standard on Sprint GT and are operated with the ignition key. These each hold 31 litres of luggage and have been designed to hold a large full-faced helmet. For riders looking for even more capacity, a massive 55 litre top box is available as an official accessory.

Not only can the top box hold two full-face helmets, it also has a built in power socket for charging of electrical items such as mobile phones and computers while on the move. Further luggage space can be found on the right hand side of the cockpit and under the seat, where there is sufficient space to store Triumph’s
accessory U-lock. Further soft luggage options are also available in the form of tail packs and tank bags.

Rider and pillion comfort was at the forefront of the Sprint GT design brief and the dual seat is both roomy and generously padded. A large grab rail is also fitted as standard and doubles as a luggage rack. New reflector type headlights have been developed to ensure safe and assured ‘through the night’ riding.

The Sprint GT’s high specification also includes an onboard computer as part of the three-dial cockpit layout, featuring a clock, fuel consumption, journey time, range-to-empty and average speed readouts.

Two classy colour options are available for the 2012 Sprint GT: Phantom Black and Pacific Blue.