Triumph Motorcycles Ltd is the largest British motorcycle manufacturer; it was established in 1984 by John Bloor after the original company Triumph Engineering went into receivership. The new company (initially Bonneville Coventry Ltd) continued Triumph's record of motorcycle production since 1902. In the year to 30 June 2012, the company produc...
Triumph Motorcycles Ltd is the largest British motorcycle manufacturer; it was established in 1984 by John Bloor after the original company Triumph Engineering went into receivership. The new company (initially Bonneville Coventry Ltd) continued Triumph's record of motorcycle production since 1902. In the year to 30 June 2012, the company produced 49,000 motorcycles and employed 1,600 staff.
Whatever the road, whatever the distance, whatever the challenge, the new Tiger 800 range has been built to excel. Featuring a host of rider focused technology such as the standard fitment of Triumph Traction Control and switchable ABS, the new Tiger with its powerful and more fuel efficient 95PS triple engine is up for any task.
All its basics have been thoroughly proven on the Tiger Explorer. Like the 1215cc three-cylinder engine with its broad spread of torque, shaft drive, the long fuel range. Then there’s the class-leading handling and the genuine off-road ability.
The most famous name in motorcycling. Bonneville stands for freedom, open roads, independence and some of the most stylish motorcycles ever made. Still looking, sounding and feeling like a proper motorcycle should, today’s Bonnie connects you to over 50 years of heritage but is built with everything that comes with modern engineering too.
We took the most famous name in motorcycling and gave it some extra 60s style. Still distinctly a Bonneville with its smooth pulling, fuel injected 865cc parallel twin. We’ve added some visual tweaks like twin peashooter exhausts, chrome engine covers, black instrument surround with tacho, a Triumph logo on the seat, two-tone paint, spoked wheels and fork gaiters.
The Triumph Thruxton 900 is a twin-cylinder, air-cooled British motorcycle manufactured and marketed by Triumph Motorcycles and launched in 2004. The Thruxton is heavily based on the company's Bonneville model, with hallmark cafe-racer style modifications — including clip-on handlebars, rear foot controls ("rear sets"), small fly-screen, white faced instruments, reverse cone exhaust silencers and bodywork with a prominent rear seat cowl and contrasting racing stripe.
The 2010 Roadster is the most powerful bike in the Rocket III line-up, with a claimed 163 lb·ft (221 N·m) torque and 146 bhp (109 kW) power, as well as a dual exhaust, one per side, instead of the previous 2 and 1 layout. Triumph calls it "the ultimate muscle streetfighter"
Triumph's cruiser line-up is powered by 1699cc liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin engine, which can churn out a power of 94PS at 5,400 rpm and a peak torque of 151Nm at 3,550 rpm coupled to a six-speed gearbox.
Less chrome, more power and more attitude. The Thunderbird Storm comes with a 1700cc engine and hard-edged style.Based on our original Thunderbird, the Storm keeps the pure Triumph twinned headlights but adds a low, blacked out look that's mean and minimalist for massive street presence backed up by huge torque and confident handling.
The Speed Triple is one of the most recognisable motorcycles from Triumph. The 2011 model of the naked streetfighter is more powerful, lighter, sharper and most importantly, wilder than its predecessors. Despite the way it looks, the Triumph Speed Triple is a very refined machine with well-balanced characteristics, making it feel at home on a track as well as the real world.
The Street Triple has a switchable ABS option and features a coded immobiliser which prevents it from being stolen by miscreants. The Triumph Street Triple is powered by a 675cc triple-cylinder engine that produces 107bhp of power and 69Nm of torque. The chassis is incorporated with aluminium and on account of the twin spar design, the motorcycle has a low centre of gravity.
The Daytona 675 is the only sport bike in the Triumph range, but that doesn’t mean it is a halfhearted effort just to be in the numbers game. This 675cc bike is a lethal machine that replaced the original Dayton 650 in 2008.
The Daytona 675R is the only sport bike in the Triumph range, but that doesn’t mean it is a halfhearted effort just to be in the numbers game. This 675cc bike is a lethal machine that replaced the original Dayton 650 in 2008. Of course there have been a lot of changes to the bike since then and the 2013 model that we get in India is leaner and more powerful.