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2016 Triumph Street Twin First Ride
2016 Triumph Street Twin First Ride Review

Our man Melling heads to Spain for the first ride aboard Triumph's new 2016 Street Twin, the first of the new Bonneville range of motorcycles.


2015 Scrambler Shootout
2015 Scrambler Motorcycle Shootout

Ducati, Moto Guzzi and Triumph scramble head-to-head in MotoUSA’s Scrambler Motorcycle Shootout.


2014 Thunderbird Commander & LT First Ride
2014 Thunderbird Commander & LT First Ride

MotoUSA takes Triumph's two new Thunderbird models, the 2014 LT (light touring) and 2014 Commander, for first ride evaluations of the British-built cruisers.


’13 Sportster 883 Iron vs Star Bolt vs Bonneville
’13 Sportster 883 Iron vs Star Bolt vs Bonneville

It's shootout time as we pit the 2013 Harley Sportster Iron 883 vs the 2014 Star Bolt vs the 2013 Triumph Bonneville in this battle between urban cruisers.


2013 Triumph Daytona 675R First Ride
2013 Triumph Daytona 675R First Ride

MotoUSA headed for Southern Spain to turn the first laps on the 2013 Triumph Daytona 675R. Find out how this all new Daytona did in our 2013 Triumph Daytona 675R First Ride.


2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer First Ride
2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer First Ride

We get our first taste of the hot 2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer adventure touring motorcycle during a first ride in Southern Spain. Does it live up to the hype?

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2015 Scrambler Shootout

2015 Scrambler Motorcycle Shootout

Ducati, Moto Guzzi and Triumph scramble head-to-head in MotoUSA’s Scrambler Motorcycle Shootout.

2013 Triumph Street Triple 675 R ABS Comparison

2013 Triumph Street Triple 675 R ABS Comparison

Triumph's long-standing Street Triple R takes on new rivals from Yamaha and MV Agusta in this 2014 Inline Triple shootout.

Gear Reviews
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2016 WP AER 48 fork
2016 WP AER 48 Air Fork First Impression

Monday, February 1, 2016

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Shoei X-Fourteen Helmet First Look

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

The largest British motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph Motorcycles is currently based in Hinckley, England. The original company based in Coventry went bankrupt in 1983 after being in business for nearly 100 years. John Bloor bought the name and manufacturing rights shortly thereafter and has since resurrected the brand.

Today Triumph motorcycles have returned to popularity thanks to the use of a unique In-line Triple engine configuration, creative engineering and outright performance. The most popular current models are the Daytona, Street Triple and Speed Triple. Triumph also produces the historic Bonneville and Thruxton retro-themed models, as well as the new Rocket III cruiser platform and upcoming Twin-powered Thunderbird. Motorcycle USA tests all the new Triumph motorcycles in print and video reviews.