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Phil West  says:

New Triumph-powered sportster on the way

Is this the machine Brit bike fans have been waiting for? It’s a Triumph 1050 triple-engined sportster equipped with the best in British chassis components and know-how and is on schedule to go into production next year. And although this is only a styling sketch, a working prototype is well under way. It’s been put together by an all-new outfit called Enigma which...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (20 December 2011 14:18)

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Oct 09

Posts: 223

ruxxy says:


Dear Father Christmas...

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Nov 11

Posts: 32

souroush says:

Copy Competition?

where is the British spirit then? I can see the Kawasaki and Ducati footprints only, and God this is ugly !!

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Jun 11

Posts: 568

ratchetman says:

looks a fantastic bike .This is going to be a top seller. its slightly like a ducati which is no bad thing. it reminds me of my 749. I WANTONE!!!!!!

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Nov 11

Posts: 109

Show case in red

I like the bike and it looks like a good combination but even as a concept drawing showing it off in red does give it a Ducati inspired appearance or at least Italian look. I hope it does real well it will need to be priced well. If it is expensive then people will ask why not buy a Ducati, MV. As for looks that is down to individual tastes.

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Oct 11

Posts: 8

andybow1 says:

I want one!

If they put a fairing on it I would definetly buy one! I've been waiting years for a Triumph litre sportsbike!!!!

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Jan 11

Posts: 7

norville2 says:

Ducati look alike

This does not look like a Triumph, it looks like a Ducati. Why would you want your Triumph to look like a Ducati?.

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Sep 11

Posts: 24

lgoldup says:

Final touches?

Putting a whole fairing set would ruining the concept of the bike they're trying to make, at least in my opinion./ But if they put an underseat exhaust, rad cowl and maybe an optional belly pan I think i'd be in love. Still a great looker though, just needs something else....?

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Jul 11

Posts: 12

clockhouse says:

yes please

i would buy it. but the lights need looking at.  put 3 round lights in a slight v patten rear hand grips and a bit more pad for 2 up. i like the red but white, british raceing green and deep black gloss would help.


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Oct 04

Posts: 55

ldashworth says:

No likey.  Looks like bits of Ducati crudely overlaid on a Triumph, but with the Ducati bits somehow skewed to the right and up a bit like the artist slipped.  Given the lovely starting materials, and the companies involved, I'd expect more than this derivative guff.  Not that I'd be able to afford it :(

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Jan 10

Posts: 431

rlf3 says:

Why not?

Why not have your Triumph look like a Ducati?

Wouldn't be the first time...



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