You never know where you’ll go or what you’ll come across on a Triumph Adventure bike.
It’s not about what we’ve added to these iconic classic motorcycles over the years. It’s about what we haven’t taken away.
To the onlooker, Triumph Cruisers could be mistaken for being just about pure classic cruiser style.
The approach to our roadsters is simple. If it doesn’t enhance the power, handling, feel or sound of the bike it doesn’t go on it.
Lives on the road but was born for the track.
You know the feeling when you just want to keep riding and riding and riding?
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Our flagship adventure bike has been awarded one of the top industry accolades topping the RiDER Power survey 2014 with an outstanding 90.64%.
Using ratings from owners the Tiger Explorer was sent to top spot in both the adventure-tour class and overall classes in RiDE magazine’s customer satisfaction survey.
The Tiger 800XC also came a very respectable fourth in the same category with five other Triumphs in the overall top 50.
Read the complete results of the report in the May issue of RiDE magazine which is on sale in newsagents and online from 19 March.
Find out more about the Tiger Explorer here, or book a test ride.
The Smiths Triumph Racing Team endured mixed fortunes at round five of the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship at Brands Hatch this weekend with Graeme Gowland taking second place in both races while team-mate Billy McConnell suffered a first race crash and came home sixth in race two.
On September 28, 2014, those magnificent men on their flying machines gather for a global celebration of motorcycling, style, friendship and banter all in aid of giving a two wheel salute to prostate cancer.
Figures have just been released by the Motorcycle Industry Association which show a marked reduction in new motorcycle theft in the UK.