This bike shows like a brand new bike. This slightly used bike has had the 600 mile service done and it saves you a few thousand from new. The Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR is essentially a Speed Triple 1200 RS with a fairing. As mentioned above, the most significant difference between the Speed Triple 1200 RR and its street-naked counterpart is the addition of a semi-fairing. The semi fairing draws inspiration from those on cafe-racers from back in the day, but there are some neo-retro design elements like the round LED headlight. Compared to the Speed Triple RS, other changes include a clip-on handlebar and a different footpeg position that puts the rider in a slightly more committed riding triangle. The bike also features Öhlins Smart EC 2.0 electronically adjustable semi-active suspension. The rest of the motorcycle is largely similar to the RS. Powering the bike is the same 1,160cc inline-triple with peak output figures of 177.5 hp and 92 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired to a 6-speed gearbox that you can bang through with a bi-directional down quick-shifter that comes as standard equipment. Triumph has also equipped the Speed Triple 1200 RR with the same electronic suite on the RS. This includes the 6-axis IMU-assisted traction control and ABS, five ride modes — Rain, Road, Sport, Track, and a Rider-customizable mode — and the 5-inch TFT display.