Sprint ST 1050 Specs

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The Sprint ST 1050 is a sports bike that is produced by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd., a company that is based in Leicestershire, England. The sport touring motorcycle is part of the Triumph Sprint ST series, which was first introduced to the market in 1988.

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The 2010 Triumph Sprint ST 1050 has a four-stroke, inline-four internal combustion engine. The engine consists of three cylinders in total. Each cylinders includes four valves. The displacement of the motorcycle's water cooled engine is 64.16 cubic inches. The bore times stroke of the engine is 3.11 inches times 2.8 inches. The bike has a DOHC (double overhead cam) design. The maximum rate of performance is 126.44 horsepower for 9,500rpm. The highest torque is 77.44ft.-lbs. at 7,500rpm. This sports bike has a six-speed manual transmission.

Brakes, Suspension and Tires

The 2010 Triumph Sprint ST 1050 has twin disc brakes in the front and standard disc brakes in the back. The diameter of the front brakes is 12.6 inches, and the rear brake diameter is 10.04 inches. The front features cartridge suspension with a five-inch travel and the rear has mono-arm and mono-shock suspension, with a 4.69-inch travel. The front tire dimensions are 70/R17 ZR. The rear tire dimensions are 55/R17 ZR.


The Triumph Sprint ST 1050 has a capacity for 5.28 gallons of fuel. This sports bike can accommodate a maximum of two individuals at a time. The dry weight of the Sprint ST 1050, which does not include the weight of fuel, oil or any equipment, is 210 Kilogram. The height of the bike's seat is 31.7 inches. The wheelbase, which runs from the centre of the front wheel to the rear wheel, is 57.4 inches. The overall height, width and length of the bike are 47.8 inches, 29.5 inches and 83.2 inches, respectively.

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