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Triumph Tiger 800 gets the supermoto treatment

MCN, 15 September 2011 11:07

This supermoto version of Triumph's Tiger 800 is the latest special to be built by Jack Lilley Triumph of Ashford, Middlesex. It started life as a standard, new Tiger 800 to which Lilley has added a host of custom features. Wheels are 800 XC hubs laced to 17-inch Excel rims, it has a Speed Triple 1050 belly pan and front ...

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Triumph's new R1200GS rival nears completion

MCN, 12 September 2011 11:26

This image is the best picture yet of the all-new Triumph Adventurer 1200. The inline three-cylinder adventure bike was spotted in production-ready trim undergoing final tests ahead of its November launch. The new Triumph will go head-to-head with the all-conquering and class-defining BMW R1200GS adventure bike when it goes on sale early in 2012, and is expected to cost around ...

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Triumph's Adventurer nearing production

MCN, 08 August 2011 12:15

The Triumph Adventurer 1200 is at the final prototype stage before testing and development phases are over and the bike goes to full production. When MCN reader Ian Scott snapped the new 1200 inline three cylinder Triumph testing in France way back in 2009, it looked like the British firm has the massive-selling BMW R1200GS in its sights. More recent information ...

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Exclusive video: All-new Triumph Daytona 675 spotted

MCN, 05 August 2011 12:27

The all-new, completely overhauled Triumph Daytona 675 has been spotted by MCN reader Bash Bailey, who filmed the bike undergoing testing on the roads near Triumph's Hinckley factory. The revamped 675 will be seen in finished form at the end of 2012 before going on sale in 2013. The bike features an all-new fairing; the underseat exhaust has been dumped ...

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Carole Nash Motorcycle Live: Tiger 800 & Speed Triple UK debut

MCN, 24 November 2010 12:05

Triumph enters the middleweight adventure class against the definitive BMW F800GS with its first ever bike designed for genuine off road use. The Tiger’s 799cc engine might be derived from the 675 Street Triple but it’s almost all new, including even the crankcases. See it for yourself on stand R730.    The frame is as typically Triumph as the engine, a ...

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New Triumph Trophy spy shots!

MCN, 17 November 2010 09:18

These are pictures of the most significant new Triumph since the launch of the Daytona 675 in 2006. The Trophy tourer you see here is entirely new, has shaft drive, and is the first of the next generation of big-capacity Triumphs. Though test engineers have taken care to remove all logos from the bike – even machining off logos from ...

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Interview: How Triumph built the Tiger 800XC

MCN, 16 November 2010 12:30

Although Triumph would like to claim a strong heritage in off-road motorcycling, referring to the ‘50s and ‘60s, where the name Tiger and Tiger Cub originated, in truth, the modern Hinckley concern has anything but. So how do you go about creating a credible off-roader from scratch? MCN talked to Simon Warburton, Triumph Motorcycles Product Manager, to find out… The ...

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Cologne Bike Show: 2011 Triumph Speed Triple video

MCN, 05 October 2010 15:00

Triumph has officially pulled the wraps off the 2011 Speed Triple at the Intermot show in Cologne today and MCN was there to film it. Read more about the bike in the speed triple launch centre The bike is set to be the most exciting yet, with more power, less weight and a more nimble feel, mimicking the 675cc Street ...

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Triumph announce Thunderbird prices

MCN, 14 May 2009 14:25

Triumph have revealed the pricing structure for the various incarnations of their new Thunderbird.  Triumph Thunderbird launch centre Read the Triumph Thunderbird first ride report Video: Triumph Thunderbird launch The price of the new Thunderbird varies from £9,499 to £10,394, depending on paint choice and ABS. The bike will be available in the following 4 versions: Thunderbird Non-ABS, single colour - £9,499Thunderbird ...

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