Initially sold as a "basic" Trophy and an "SE" (the "basic" version was never available in the US), only the SE is currently listed.As above but, as model became well known in its own right, Triumph decided to drop the "Trident" part of the name.
Probably the best mix of all parts from the initial modular range of Hinckley Triumphs.
A combination of the original 750 Daytona with the long stroke 900 engine and a slightly more a cceptable riding position.
Still too heavy and large to be a true sports bike, but a very charismatic and robust high speed, long distance, tourer.
A standard 900 Daytona with a Cosworth modified engine producing claimed 115 bhp, fitted with a few carbon fibre extras.
The T595 was renamed 955 as it was too often thought to be a 600 cc bike!
It gradually evolved with a new bodywork and improved engine mapping.
Budget Speed Triple using 750 Trident engine, only in production for a very short time.
Using identical components to the 900 version, the only way to tell this model apart is the larger (18") diameter rear wheel, with 6 spokes rather than 3.
Using an engine only very loosely based on the long stroke triple motor, it was much lighter, more powerful and used a unique alloy perimeter frame allowing the low centre of gravity and dedicated sports bike handling necessary to compete in this market.
It also had an alloy single sided swing arm that was very similar to that offered by Ducati in their then current 916.
Bike sported 18" front tire and 16" rear, detuned the 885 motor to 70 hp with better lower-end torque.5-speed until engine number 71843, then all fitted with 6-speed.