Triumph motorcycles

  Triumph Motorcycles is an iconic British motorcycle manufacturer that started production in 1902. Triumph made its mark and gained recognition by winning races.

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The 2013 Triumph Rocket Touring is a comfortable tourer that was forged from Triump’s desire to create the perfect partner for long journeys.

The motorcycle is built around a strong 2,294 cc liquid cooled, dohc, in-line three cylinder unit that comes with increased levels of torque at low speeds (203 Nm at 2,500 rpm). The engine is mated on a five speeds transmission and is fed by a 5.9 liters fuel tank.

To be able to keep in check the huge power developed by the engine, the Rocket Touring needed a set of similarly powerful brakes. Therefore, you get twin floating 320mm discs with Nissin four-piston fixed callipers to the front and single 316mm floating discs with Brembo two-piston floating callipers to the rear.

The 2013 Triumph Rocket Touring is offered with a starting price of $ 17,299.

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With its classy lines, big headlight and the refined fuel tank, the 2013 Triumph Thruxton is certainly an eye catcher that will appeal to those who are searching for a classic looking café racer.

Once on board you are met by low rise bars and a spacious seat which combine to offer a pretty sporty riding position. Other features worthy of being mentioned include the aluminum-rimmed spoked wheels (18 inch front and 17 inch rear), megaphone style exhaust and front and rear disc brakes.

The 2013 Triumph Thruxton is built around a modern 865cc parallel-twin, air-cooled, DOHC engine which rewards you with a maximum output of 68 hp at 7400 rpm and 69 Nm of torque at 5800 rpm. The engine’s power is kept under control by a five speed transmission which offers an average fuel efficiency of 50 mpg.

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With its classic style and the old school stance, the 2013 Triumph Scrambler looks like a blast from the past. And there is no wonder why, because when designing the Scrambler, Triumph’s engineers have drawn inspiration from the 60s Triumph off-road sports motorcycles that were stripped down for racing.

In terms of style, we especially like the Scrambler’s classic gaiters and high swept chromed side pipes, as well as the spoked wheels, high footrests and the wide off-road style handlebars.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a strong tubular steel cradle frame which is combined with 41mm forks and chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload.

Needless to say that the Scrambler’s center piece is, of course the engine – an air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin unit that sends its power to the ground through a five speed gearbox. The engine rewards you with an average fuel consumption of 53 mpg.

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The Triumph Thunderbird is Triumph’s first attempt to enter in the premium cruiser sector and we’ll have to admit that they did a very good job. The legendary British manufacturer found the perfect combination between the classic lines of a comfortable cruiser and modern engineering. As a result, since it was first introduced in 2009, the Triumph Thunderbird has managed to attract a lot of fans and awards.

Apart from its classy lines, what makes the Thunderbird a truly desirable bike is the 1600cc T-16 parallel-twin engine. The character-laden engine features a 270-degree crankshaft and delivers an impressive 108 lb-ft. of torque at just 2750rpm.

The engine is mounted on a tubular, twin-spine steel frame paired with chunky 47mm forks up front with five-way adjustable twin shocks at the rear, which can be adjusted to cater for everything from spirited solo riding to two-up touring.

The motorcycle is kept in leash by twin 310mm floating discs up front grabbed by powerful four-piston brakes. Unfortunately ABS is not offered as standard equipment, but you will find it on the options list.

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If you’re searching for a bad-ass looking cruiser which imposes instant respect then you should take a closer look at the tasty 2012 Triumph Thunderbird Storm.

The motorcycle’s muscular stance is an instant eye catcher and its dark paint job further enhances its aggressive character. The Thunderbird Storm utilizes the chassis of Triumph’s Thunderbird, a cruiser renowned for its outstanding poise and precision, but is wrapped up in new clothes which seem to scream Rock ON!

Our favorite details are the iconic twin headlights and the modern drag bars. We also need to send a shout at the low 27.5" seat height which provides a laid-back riding position.

At the heart of the motorcycle lies the big bore, 1700cc version of Triumph’s acclaimed T-16 parallel-twin engine. The 107mm pistons pump out a muscular 97bhp, with a meaty 115 lb-ft. of torque at just 2950rpm.

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Triumph’s Street Triple has been one of the success stories of recent years, topping the sales charts and collecting numerous accolades along the way.
Fusing the style and attitude of the Speed Triple with the agility of the Daytona 675, and delivering it all for a very competitive price, the Street Triple wowed the industry when it arrived in 2008 and continues to dominate the middleweight naked sports bike class.

The Street Triple gains a new look for 2012, featuring aggressive new headlights from the bigger Speed Triple and a host of detail changes to keep it ahead of middleweight competition.

Designed alongside the Daytona 675 and sharing the same engine and frame, the Street Triple packs a powerful 105bhp punch at 11,700rpm and delivers a peak 50 lb-ft. of torque. The Street Triple’s 675cc three-cylinder engine has been tuned for incredibly strong low- to mid-range performance and delivers an exhilarating ride that can be enjoyed by riders of all ages and experience.

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Compact yet strong and fun to ride, the Triumph Speedmaster is a small cruiser designed to deliver sporty performances without sacrificing comfort.

The Speedmaster features a pretty dynamic look and you’ll especially like its 19 inch cast aluminum front wheel wrapped in a “skinny” tire which gives the whole bike a chopped hot rod look. Needless to say, that the bike features a low slung profile with a low 27.1 inch seat height which offers a laid back riding position. The finishing touch is given by the blacked-out engine cases, a carefully crafted teardrop tank, minimalist fenders, a 15" cast rear wheel and a compact headlight.

The motorcycle is propelled by an 865cc parallel-twin engine with 270-degree firing order and twin slash-cut pipes. The fuel-injected unit delivers a maximum output of 60bhp and 53 lb-ft. of torque at 3300 rpm.

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The Triumph Speed Triple is one of the most popular sport bikes in Triumph’s lineup and was sold in over 70.000 units since it was launched in 1994. The company decided to raise the bar even higher and launched a sportier version of its iconic model. The new Triumph Speed Triple R is fitted with the best technologies available today, so you can expect to top notch performances.

At the heart of the Triumph Speed Triple R lies a Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine with a capacity of 1050cc. The engine is rated at 133bhp / 99 kW @ 9400rpm and 111Nm / 82 ft.lbs of torque @ 7750rpm.

The ride quality is assured by Öhlins suspension which has been developed specifically for the Speed Triple R. Thereby the NIX30 forks, have specific internals to suit the Triumph, as does the TTX36 shock.

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Triumph revealed its new Speed Triple. The 2013 model is built on an all new chassis and is offered with a new Nissin ABS system which is available as an option.

Power comes from a strong 1050cc triple engine that has been tweaked to offer 7% more torque than the previous unit. As a result the engine delivers a peak torque of 111 Nm at 7750 rpm, and 133bhp at 9400rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel by means of a six speed transmission.

Other technical highlights include four-piston Brembo brakes, fully-adjustable 43mm upside down forks and a modern instrument panel that includes lap timer and programmable gear shift light.

Apart from its new chassis and the improved engine the bike has also a fresh design with twin headlights, a single sided swing arm, reshaped exhaust pipes, alloy bars and many aggressive lines.

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The triumph Trophy SE is all about practicality. The bike features an ergonomic design, a capable engine and lots of storage places.

You also get a very comfortable driving position offered by the heated grips and seats and an electronically adjustable windscreen. The 2013 Trophy SE is also packed with an advanced audio system which features USB port, flash drive, Mp3, 2 x 20 W speakers, FM / MW / LW radio tuner, Bluetooth capability and iPod connectivity.

Power comes from a fine-tuned 1215cc three cylinder engine which rewards you with a maximum power of 132bhp available at 8900rpm and 120Nm at 6450rpm.

The bike is also offered with a ride-by-wire electronic throttle system, a convenient control panel, cruise control, linked brakes, switchable traction control and electronically adjustable suspension.

The Triumph Trophy SE is has a starting price of $18,999 excluding taxes.

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