Triumph Motorcycles


Triumph dates back to 1885 when 20-year-old Sigfried Bettman began importing bicycles from Germany to Coventry, England. Bettman changed the name to ‘The Triumph Cycle Company’ in 1886. Flash forward more than a century and Triumph produces a wide range of motorcycles that source its signature Inline Triple and Parallel Twin engine configurations. The Triumph lineup includes sporty street options like the Daytona 675 and Speed/Street Triples, its Adventure-Touring Tiger/Explorer designs, as well as its popular modern classic lineup that features the Bonneville alongside the Thruxton and Scrambler. Triumph also produces cruisers, highlighted by its Twin-powered Thunderbird as well as the massive Rocket III – with the Rocket’s 2294cc Triple the largest displacement engine in production.

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2016 Triumph Bonneville Line Reveal Video

Check out all the new motorcycles in Triumph’s 2016, water-cooled Bonneville line in this video. Read the full rundown of the 2016 Street Twin, 2016 Bonneville T120 and T120 Black along with the Thruxton and Thruxton R in this report.

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2014 Triple-Cylinder Street Bike Shootout

2014 Triple-Cylinder Street Bike Shootout

Three times the fun. MotoUSA samples a trio of Inline Triples, pitting the all-new Yamaha FZ-09 and MV Agusta Brutale 800 against Triumph's Street Triple 675 R ABS.

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.