Triumph America

 

 

 

Make Model.

Triumph America

Year

2011

Engine

Four stroke, parallel twin cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder

Capacity

865 mm / 52.8 cu in
Bore x Stroke 90 x 68 mm
Cooling System Air-cooled
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Lubrication Wet sump
Exhaust Stainless steel twin-walled headers, twin chromed silencers

Induction

Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI

Ignition 

Digital inductive type
Starting Electric

Max Power

45 kW / 60 hp @ 6750 rpm

Max Torque

72 Nm / 7.3 kgf-m / 553.1 lb-ft @ 3300 rpm
Clutch Wet, multiple discs, cable operated

Transmission 

5 Speed 
Final Drive Chain, X-ring
Frame Steel, double cradle frame

Front Suspension

41 mm Fork
Front Wheel Travel 120 mm / 4.7 in

Rear Suspension

Chrome spring twin shocks with adjustable preload
Rear Wheel Travel 105 mm / 4.13 in

Front Brakes

Single 310mm disc, 2 piston caliper, Nissen

Rear Brakes

Single 255mm disc, 2 piston caliper, Nissen

Front Tyre

110/90 R18 Bridgestone

Front Wheel

3.00 x 16, Cast aluminium alloy, 12 spoke

Rear Wheel

4.00 x 15, Cast aluminium alloy, 12 spoke

Rear Tyre

170/80 R15 Bridgestone
Rake 33.3°
Dimensions Length 2424 mm / 95.4 in
Width     960 mm / 37.8 in
Height  1170 mm / 46.1 in
Wheelbase 1655 mm / 65.2 in
Seat Height 690 mm / 27.2 in

Dry Weight 

225 kg / 496 lbs 
Wet Weight 250 kg / 550 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

19.3 Litres / 5.1 US gal / 4.2 Imp gal

It’s got the low seat. It’s got the classic chromed up cruiser style. It’s got the sound, but the Triumph America offers a unique alternative among the sea of wannabe clones.

Traditional British parallel-twin. Lightest in class. Great to ride. Grabs attention wherever it goes.

Classic cruiser styling and laid-back power delivery, the America delivers an authentic cruising experience.

Sit back in the low seat, grab the pulled back handlebars and thumb that starter button. The traditional British 865cc air cooled parallel twin bursts into life with a satisfying burble thanks to its 270 degree firing order.

For the classic cruiser look, the America comes with shrouded front forks with polished lowers, chromed single headlamp and chromed engine covers, machined cast wheels, chromed detailing and twin reverse cone pipes.

Triumph America
Heaviliy updated for 2011, the 865cc Triumph America offers an even more accessible entry point into Triumph's cruiser range, delivering an authentic cruising experience but with a distinctive Triumph twist.

The America's completely new styling has taken on a more classic theme for 2011, with the 16 in front and 15 in rear cast alloy wheels sporting high walled tyres to complement the deeply valenced front mudguard, pulled back handlebars and feet forward controls for a traditional low and laid back cruiser look. For 2011 the rider has also been placed even closer to the controls, creating greater harmony between rider and machine and making the 2011 Triumph America even easier to ride.

Low means a 690mm seat height and an easy to manage 250kg wet weight, fully fuelled and ready to ride. Triumph's engineers have deliberately designed the 2011 America to appeal to a wide range of riders. In addition to the low seat and light weight, neat touches such as the easily accessible sidestand and friendly ergonomics mean that it's no wonder the America appeals to a wide variety of riders looking for a cool looking yet fun and easy to ride motorcycle.

Metallic Phantom Black or two-tone Eclipse Blue with Crystal White paint schemes give the America a timeless appeal and understated style. Liberal lashings of high quality chrome further enhance the America's appeal and help deliver a beautifully balanced design.

And the twist? Triumph's classic parallel-twin power plant provides a unique proposition in a sea of 'eme too' V-twins. This quintessentially British configuration sets the America apart from the competition and delivers a unique look and riding experience.

With a 270-degree firing order, the America delivers a healthy 61PS with a mellow soundtrack and connected feeling. And the air-cooled engine is totally modern too, with fuel injection for clean running and low maintenance.

A full range of genuine Triumph accessories are available for the America and include items such as quick release screens and sissy bars, panniers, a low seat option and a number of leather and chrome items for riders who want to cosmetically tune their cruiser.

Triumph America Highlights
Styling: Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270º firing interval
Seat Height: 720 mm 28.3 in
Fuelling: 19.3 litre 5.1 US gal

Updated model for 2011
- Lower seat height and improved ergonomics for easier ride
- All-new styling for classic cruiser look
- Traditionally British 865cc parallel-twin powerplant
- Wide range of official accessories available to create an individual look
- Standard two-year unlimited mileage warranty

Triumph America Features and Benefits
America’s distinctive 865cc parallel-twin offers a laid back riding experience to match the classic minimalist cruiser look.

The 2011 America’s new ergonomics puts the rider lower and closer to the controls, for a fuss free riding experience. At 250kg ready to go and a low 690mm seat height, the 2011 America is one of the lightest bikes and easiest bikes to ride in its class.

The chassis for the new America has also been updated with new wheels and tyres for improved handling and aesthetics.

865cc Engine
Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270-degree firing interval 865cc Triumph engine delivers 61PS (60bhp) and peak torque 72Nm at 3300rpm.

Chassis
Low and lean. Confidence inspiring for new riders, with more than enough character to satisfied experienced cruisers.

Styling
Traditional cruiser styling with a twist. Small rims with beefy high wall tyres ooze cruise, while the trademark Triumph parallel-twin stands proud at the heart of the America.

Accessories
Individualise your America further with a wide range of genuine Triumph accessories, including quick detach screens, sissy bar and leather panniers.