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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 10

Posts: 36

sandmacker says:

TRX +1

It reminds me of a modern TRX Yamaha with an extra pot in the 21st century . Hopefully a lightweight with gobs of low down torque and kept in a purist form (no electronic aids ), this bike with those looks are starting to tick the boxes . Please remember triumph , most bikers that this bike would apeal to will be on the other side of 40 ,so don't go too heavy on the track side . {I must be getting old :)  } A real stunner .  

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Jul 09

Posts: 102

easytargets says:


Hi Jim

I have looked at your website and enjoyed doing so. It seems you are a keen engineer and really want to produce a great bike but.. Isn't this too similar to a well specified Triumph Sprint ST? I have been guilty myself of not looking closely enough at the opposition when designing something only to find out it or something like it already exists. I have also built custom bikes to suit myself only for a major manufacturer to produce something close a short time afterwards. Good luck with your project but choose the niche carefully and have an eye on the bottom line.

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Apr 03

Posts: 59

pissedoff says:


Are Dymag British again? Last info. I could find said they were owned by a Singapore company.

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