Evotech Performance accessories now available for Triumph Trident 660

Triumph say their new Trident 660 is agile, sporty and delivers a confidence-inspiring ride. We’d have to agree with that!

The EP products that make up the new Triumph Trident 660 EP Accessory Line are exclusively designed components that fit seamlessly with the Triumph Trident 660’s naked styling. They include a wide fitment range of EP Sat nav / Smartphone Mounts. Products listed within the EP Accessory Line are available as individual items to suit the customer’s requirements.

In particular, the latest EP Tail Tidy will definitely strike a chord with Trident 660 owners. The CNC-machined all-aluminium tail tidy relocates the rear indicators and registration/i.d. plate closer to the Trident 660’s rear tail section. In doing so, it negates the use of the original “reach around” mounting bracket to deliver a sleeker, sportier look. The EP Tail Tidy also provides a considerable and useful 50% weight saving over the Triumph Trident 660’s original parts (0.6kg vs 1.2kg). Complementing the EP Tail Tidy is an EP replacement LED tail and brake light complete with clear lens and built-in registration/i.d. plate illumination lamp.

The EP Tail Tidy also includes a composite, styled-to-fit chainguard extender that conveniently and neatly hides the mounting point on the swingarm for the now-defunct bracket that supported the original registration/i.d. plate and indicators. This EP Tail Tidy is an Evotech Performance original design and therefore Registered Community Design and EU Reg. Design rights are applicable.

It goes without saying that even pocket friendly motorcycles, like the Triumph Trident 660, are no different to hypersport motorcycles that cost double or three times the price, in that they are just as susceptible to damage and equally deserving for personal customisation. Our new EP Accessory Line will go some way to cover both these important requirements. Dan Rack

Shop the full EP collection for the Triumph Trident 660 here.

By Evotech Performance on 14 May 2021