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Since their revival in 1991 Triumph motorcycles have just got better and better. Whether you want a globe-trotting adventure bike or a precision track bike, Triumph models do it all.
Triumphs are often cheaper to insure than similar bikes from the competition, and as such MCN Compare will easily find you cheap Triumph bike insurance in a matter of minutes.
"You can't argue with £135"
“You can’t argue with going from £287 to £135 for a Trident Sprint.”
Martin Jones, 50, Portsmouth
Triumph Scrambler, insurance group 9
Insurance group 9 makes the Scrambler cheaper to insure
than novice friendly bikes like the Yamaha XJ6, but it’s just as much
fun to ride and much cooler to be seen on. The Scrambler sounds
good, looks even better and is cheap to run and insure.
• Insurance group 9
• Easy to ride
• Steve McQueen cool
Small, incredibly easy to ride and comfy, the Scramble is ideally suited to steady Sunday rides in the evening sun.
Other insurance bargains from Triumph
Triumph Speed Four, insurance group 12
No longer built by Triumph, the Speed Four was a popular bike thanks to its amazing chassis, which can handle any amount of lean. Insurance group 12 makes this an incredibly tempting bike if you’re looking for a sports 600.
Triumph Speed Triple R, insurance group 14
Based on the standard Speed Triple, the R gets Ohlin suspension, Brembo brakes and lightweight wheels. The added components make it incredibly easy to ride fast, and it’s still only group 14.
Trumph Sprint GT, insurance group 15
More suited to touring than the standard Sprint, the GT is an incredibly good bike for distance work, but also makes light work of twisty roads. Group 15 insurance means you get a more capable bike for the same insurance costs.