Did you know that Triumph didn’t sell more than 50,000 bikes in a year since 1984 until it sold 52,089 units in 2013? It’s true, which is why many in the industry are considering the 2014 financial year ending in June 2014 as another banner year for the British bike maker. Why, you ask? Well, for the second year in a row - and only the third time since 1984 - Triumph has broken the 50,000 sold units benchmark. More importantly, the company’s 2014 sales numbers - 54,432 units sold worldwide - represented an increase of four percent over its 2013 numbers.