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John Westlake  says:

NEC Show: Triumph to grow model range 'significantly'

Triumph has promised to grow its range “significantly” in the next three years, as it celebrates becoming the best-performing bike firm in the world. Get all the latest NEC Show news The Hinckley firm’s profits have grown 16% during the worst year for biking ever, and says it will plough that profit straight into new model development. Triumph’s Product Manager Simon Warburton told...

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Jan 09

Posts: 2

derbyowl says:

Triumph Cub Needed

Great News that Triumph is doing well. When is the Tiger Cub coming to market? Its been rumoured for 2 years.

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Anonymous  says:


Still no litre class sporty? Oh well.

Bring back the T'Bird sport though - with the upswept twin cans. Bored and stroked 675 should do nicely; or a retuned Tiger engine

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Aug 02

Posts: 8

mowerman says:

Hi Daytona

TBS upswept LOUD pipes, I got one of those, rear mudguard removed, made my own fibreglass under seat mudguard, racing seat, flat track style!

I see that model is well sought after and are now making good money

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Sep 09

Posts: 712

So, Im Hoping To See

The Mythical Daytona 1099

Or am I going too far?

Trips are allowed upto 1100cc in WSBK rules right?

I would love if Triumph went for the final peice in their puzzle and make the V3 config as opposed to the inline... It will seriously make their machine something to be held!

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Nov 09

Posts: 2

spjones says:

Sprint ST

As a Triumph-loving "Yank", I can't wait to see a "slightly" updated Sprint ST...better (adjustable) factory suspenders, a forward-canted motor to reduce some "top-heaviness" (ala BMW K-bikes) and a return to low-mounted exhaust can...otherwise current fairing, motor and ergos are spot on.  A Tiger Cub (my first bike) with de-tuned and a little more low-end torque 675 cc motor and 19" front hoop will fill a market void as well...Long live the "Trumpet"

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Nov 02

Posts: 1340

norris says:


Actually nice to hear of a British manufacturer doing well and one that actually manufactures most of its products here.

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Oct 09

Posts: 223

ruxxy says:

Dear Santa

Please Father Triumph, may I have a lighter, more agile Tiger with the 675 engine and a pair of loud pipes. See you on the 25th...

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Oct 08

Posts: 22

faired smaller bike

How about a 600-800cc commuter bike with full fairing. The only one Triumph has is 1000cc.

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Sep 05

Posts: 58

polhouse says:

Good to hear about a British company investing the money when times are good.  I'm sure a lot of the profit growth is due to advantageous exchange rates, but the clever companies invest so that when external influences go against them they are in a much better position to withstand them.

I'd like to see a Daytona 1100, so long as they don't end up making it too small for us fat barstewards who are over 6 foot.

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Nov 09

Posts: 16


a tiger lighter,  675 motor,   maybe a very good alrounder, 

on & off road,     

with a wide scope of bikes why not buy and keep it british any one agree?


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