After their Bonneville range, it’s the Tiger models that give the British brand their numbers. So much that Triumph feels no inhibitions with having six different models with their 1200 and 800 series. The top of the range XRT is the road going version whereas the XCA is the top-spec off-road ones.
As regularly updating their line-ups go, Triumph is giving their 2018 Tiger range a host of bells and whistles that will boast of having it ’Transformed,’ with a ’New Tiger Triple Engine’ and ’New Tiger Technology.’ Apart from this, the bodywork also gets mild updates to look fresh for 2018.
Check out this video where Triumph shows off the skills learned by the 800 all these years:
Triumph Tridays is an annual event that takes place in Newchurch. The biggest 2010 reunion of the Triumph fans will take place from June 25 to 27 in the same Austrian town of Neukirchen, which for three days will become British. This means British banners and language, British food, British music and, of course, British motorcycles. Bikers from all over the world are expected, making the event one of a kind.
British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph has just released a video showing their 2010 models in action just so that they get our juice flowing ahead of the new motorcycle riding season. Most of their 2010 bikes are being produced with little modifications and only get new colors as Triumph, like most other bike manufacturers, likes to play it safe until the global economy starts spinning its wheels more rapidly.
This is one not-so-lucky rider approaching a curve a little bit too fast and who instead of simply leaning the bike more, decides to brake. The bike engages into a highside and the rider tumbles onto and over the guardrail. This would be the “not-so..” part. The lucky part is that the rider wasn’t hurt and was even able to ride his Triumph naked motorcycle home.
Keep in mind that the bike goes towards the place you’re looking at and in this case it should have been the other end of the corner, not the edge of the precipice. Ride safe!
The first thing that you want to do when buying a motorcycle is brag about it to your friends. But when you have a 17,000 square foot garage filled with all kinds of motorized vehicles, bragging feels a bit out of sense. So in this case you go ahead and invite the motorcycle brand’s marketing manager and make a proper review on the model you just bought. This is precisely what talk show host and motorcyclist Jay Leno does every time he brings a new bike next to his precious Ducati Desmosedici RR, Vincent Black Shadow, Y2K Turbine Superbike and classic 1953 Triumph Thunderbird.
Hit the jump to see the walk-through and test ride performed by Jay Leno itself.
As hard to believe as it might be, this is actually a Triumph Daytona 1200 motorcycle built from lego. We do not know the number of pieces involved, but this sure looks like a whole lot of work for a bunch of kids. They all receive an A+ from the TopSpeed team!
We recently started focusing on the 2009 Triumph lineup and the many references to the British manufacturer’s heritage had to eventually be sustained with a history lesson. This video offers the wonderful opportunity to see some of their most notorious motorcycles as we’re being taken through the company’s ups and downs.
Triumh apparently quit doing promotional videos for each motorcycle separately and now it tries a general, old and new, sport and cruiser thing which apparently catches pretty well, at least to the young fans of this brand. This is the latest and a very good example which I invite you to check out.
Having introduced the 2009 range of sport and naked bikes, Triumph now presents a promotional video inviting riders to go their own way. The video features the new Street Triple R among a multitude of choices: Daytona 675, Street Triple, Speed Triple, Tiger and Sprint ST.
Computer games have their small monsters in the closet, but Hollywood beats them all. There can be no bigger proof than the scene in Mission Impossible 2 in which Ethan Hunt races around on a Triumph and competition soon arrives on a Suzuki.
Bullets, burnouts, jumps, everything was there for a box-office success. You don’t see this being done any more, but you can’t really say you loved it, don’t you?
Roger Allmond is a passionate bike builder who thinks that the standard Rocket ||| is simply not enough for the most demanding of you out there so it practically built a new, lower and shorter bike which retains only the Rocket ||| powerplant.
It doesn’t have a name yet, but with the six months that were required for its building, it definitely has background. Already commissioned by Bennets Insurance, the unique Rocket retains from the original bike the engine and fuel injection system, the wiring and the shaft final drive. It looks radical and futuristic but we reckon that its looks speak for the way it performs.
The beautiful footage is captured using Hardmount camera and offers us and alternative for those Youtube and LiveLeak videos that determined authorities in Great Britain to threat with the confiscation of the bikes, cameras and computers which were used at encouraging others to ride bikes unsafely and show how the law is defied. If you haven’t already hit the play button to see the girls, I invite you to do so and share your impressions with us. Enjoy!
Truly beautiful, the new ZARD exhaust systems for the Triumph Street Triple are available in both versions created by Zard racing. The tuner has achieved a full kit featuring 3X1 silencers lateral side saddle in three different types of materials: steel / aluminium, steel / carbon and titanium demand.
Technical Characteristics: 40mm pipe diameters, complete stainless steel kit weight: 4.7 Kg, + 5 hp version with full kit racing.
The systems will be ready for commercializing next week, but until then I invite you to take a look at them in the photo gallery and even hear them in the two videos that I attached below. Tune up your speakers and imagine how you will feel on something that sounds like that!ZARD - Triumph Street Triple
ZARD - Triumph Street Triple DBKiller
Students at the University of Nottingham in U.K. are working on a school project which could revolutionize the way people will learn how to ride bikes in the near future. It concerns a pioneering motorbike simulator which does everything by the book. But let’s better let the students themselves explain. After all, they know best.
No, there is no mistake! The official video of the new Triumph Speed Triple 1050 has finally arrived and it illustrates a beautiful bike, beautiful sights, all being backed-up by a very appropriate soundtrack. Just take the time and listed the three cylinders whistle
Luxury goods maker, Davidoff, has released a new fragrance called Adventure. The advert for this is now on You Tube and features Ewan McGregor riding a Triumph Bonneville.
The advert has had more than 7200 people watching as McGregor rides his Bonneville around the forests of Brazil. This is a fantastic advert that shows that Triumph’s really are the coolest bikes around and you can enjoy the beautiful scenery that goes along with (...)
Not only U.S. has powerful motorcycle history, but Britain too. Here, we’re not talking about the first ever produced motorcycle in the world or how a certain company (let’s say Triumph) evolved with time, but it is more of a subjective interpretation of riders who have been always surrounded by motorcycles and look like they’ll always be.