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Survey: Help shape the future of UK motorcycling

Can you spare a moment to help shape the future of UK motorcycling? If so, Triumph is seeking feedback from UK riders of all makes and types of motorcycle. Click here to participate. 

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Got about 3 pages in

Lost the will to live.  Perhaps that's why I don't have a Triumph.

At least give away some buffs or something.

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david1991

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david1991 says:

help the uk or help triumph

Help shape the future of UK motorcycling or help Triumph find out where they need to improve the product line-up for 2013

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TopCat77

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TopCat77 says:

Misleading

This has nothing to do with UK motorcycling... Would MCN run the same survey had another brand approached them?

MCN may as well rebrand as Triumph's marketing wing.

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steady2wheels

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they're supporting our british motorcycle industry and heritage, stop complaining you nerds

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wesley01

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wesley01 says:

What

Since they are moving most of their assembly and building to the east one may want to rethink that one. Shape UK motorcycling or is it just helping triumph's marketing department?

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seniorspanner

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Survey

What's wrong with showing them how you feel about them and their products in relation to other manufacturers?

If you tell them what you like/dont like, then you've had your say directly, rather than wittering on this website!

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evilamnesiac

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evilamnesiac says:

Topcat77...

"MCN may as well rebrand as Triumph's marketing wing." - Absolutely spot on, MCN is firmly latched onto the Hinckley factorys teat, its gone beyond a joke now, if I worked for other brands id stop inviting them to launches full stop.

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souroush

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souroush says:

Survey?

deception and lies. nothing to do with UK's Motorcycling as other correctly said. it is just a survey to help Truimph find its place among other competitors. i guess if they spend money on R&D and provide better Motorcycles that not only have a "distinctive sound" they might be able to attract and sell more. nothing against Triumph but i am really tried of the media promoting Triumph on daily basis.

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momomomo

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momomomo says:

I don't mind it but...

If the test has been devised by the Triumph marketing department I can see why they might be in trouble. It is wishy washy and too generic. Doesn't make much sense and seems to avoid the most important questions that would really give them hard hitting answers. Personally, I don't like the image that the brand has built. The styling is dubious to say the least and they seem to always make models to try to beat some other brand that has innovated and created a niche for themselves. I love the Thruxstone but I would still buy a Moto Guzzi if I decided to go that direction. I am with MCN though that if anything can be done to help any manufacturers the specialised press has a duty to. Might not like the bikes but there is a lot of people making a living around it and it would be a shame if after their amazing recovery of the past decade they weren't there any more. We wouldn't be moaning/reading this post...

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Andy949494

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Andy949494 says:

Done it...

But it wasn't exciting (how long do they think bikers attention spans are?) and the main reasons why I didn't buy a triumph was missing. No dealers nearby and whilst I would love a street triple I need a little weather protection...

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