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July 9, 2015

Guy Martin will ride the Triumph Rocket III Streamliner in Bonneville

Triumph has confirmed its intention to break the motorcycle land speed record at the salt flats of Bonneville, USA, in August 2015. While the current record stands at 376.363 mph, the Triumph team is aiming to surpass that over the measured mile with the Triumph Rocket III Streamliner. The machine is powered by two 2.3 litre Triumph Rocket III engines, producing 1,000hp and it will be ridden by TT legend and adrenaline junkie Guy Martin. Read the full article »

May 28, 2015

Triumph and Barbour celebrate new clothing range with custom Bonneville

To mark the launch of a new clothing line, Barbour and Triumph have now unveiled the Street Tracker, a custom built Bonneville. UK’s two most famous bike brands have created a custom bike that has a tough image and feels really raw. The bike carries the name „Barbour International Triumph 1 Street Tracker” (shortly BIT1) and celebrates a new clothing line that will be available in Triumph dealerships from August 2015. Read the full article »

May 25, 2015

Triumph Custom T100 „Venom” Bonneville launched

A special one-off Bonnie, called 'Venom', was unveiled at the MCM London Comic Con to celebrate the launch of Konami’s forthcoming new game METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN. The custom Bonnville was designed in collaboration with Konami for the iconic Metal Gear Solid character Snake, and will then tour a number of events throughout the year. The motorcycle is completely stripped and bears renowned Diamond Dogs logo. Read the full article »

May 16, 2015

Blast from the past – 2015 Triumph Bonneville Review

With its retro style, the Bonneville looks like a blast from the past. However, despite the classic looks, Triumph made it as modern as possible without ruining the style. It’s brilliant for a days ride, it has bomb proof mechanical reliability, a torquey engine and old-school character. There’s life int he old Bonnie yet. Read the full article »

April 30, 2015

Triumph announces new Tiger XRt and XCa models

Triumph added two new Tiger 800 models to expand the range to six with the XRt and XCa versions. Both models are an evolution of the well-known Tiger 800 XC that get a few visual and technical upgrades which set them apart from the standard bikes. The XRt is a bit closer to the sport-adventure category while the XCa is built for tougher off-roading. The two new Tigers will be available in dealers from June 2015. Read the full article »

April 17, 2015

Triumph still #1 European brand in North America

Triumph Motorcycles America has posted great first quarter sales numbers. This record setting first quarter by Triumph Motorcycles America, which included the highest single day retail sales ever on March 31st, resulted in the company as the top selling European brand in North America. The ranking is based upon motorcycle unit sales in the 500cc-plus on-road and dual-sport categories for the U.S. and Canada. Read the full article »

April 8, 2015

Triumph celebrates 21 years of Speed Triple with special edition machines

Triumph has two new special edition machines to launch later this year, with both of them commemorating the 1994 debut of the Speed Triple 900. The Speed 94 and 94R bikes are based on its Speed Triple range. The special edition models feature black exhaust silencer wraps, a black filler cap, a colour-matched fly screen, seat cowl and belly pan. The bikes will be available in Racing Yellow or Jet Black paint scheme. Read the full article »

February 13, 2015

2015 Triumph Tiger Explorer XC Special Edition revealed

The British brand has announced a limited edition version of its Tiger 800 Explorer XC. The special edition features a number of modifications and upgrades, including larger screen, radiator guards and headlight protectors. The bike comes with dual-purpose tires and will be available in two colors. The limited run version will be available from April. Read the full article »

May 24, 2011

Video: Ross Noble and Triumph’s 500,000th bike

Triumph celebrates an important milestone in the company’s history with British comedian Ross Noble who will ride a uniquely livered Speed Triple in his „Sit down Tour” (May 24-30). Noble will visit England, Scotland and Wales, guided only by fans via Twitter. A couple of stops are already planned, while others will be scheduled entirely by daily tweets. Triumph released a video with Ross Noble and the 500,000th bike at Hinckley. Follow Ross’s adventures via his Twitter feed (@therealrossnoble) or Triumph’s (@officialtriumph). Read the full article »

May 19, 2011

2010 Triumph Thunderbird recall

British brand Triumph is recalling two thousand 2010 Thunderbird models. These motorcycles were built with an incompatible thread locker/screw combination at the front fender mounting. These screws might become loose, and the screw heads can contact the side wall of the front tire, leading to tire deflation, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will install new screws, free of charge. The manufacturer has not yet provided an owner notification schedule. Owners also contact Triumph Customer Service at 1-678-539-8782. Read the full article »