TRIUMPH Street Triple 2011 - Present
TRIUMPH Street Triple (2011 - Present) Description & History: Sharing the same engine and frame with the Daytona 675, the 2011 Street Triple has been tuned to deliver a strong low-to-mid range performance. This middleweight street fighter borrows the dual headlamps and twin underseat silencers mirror from the bigger Speed Triple, and comes with the same lightweight alloy wheels that feature on the Daytona 675 supersports machine.
For 2011, the Street Triple is available in five color options: Phantom Black, Neon Blue, Diablo Red, Crystal White and Scorched Yellow.
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Triumph Bonneville MC France has just announced the winners of their Dessine Moi un Bonnie (Draw Me a Bonnie) contest. The big winner is Sylvain Berneron, better known as the Holographic Hammer. The Holo-Bonnie is visibly a more elaborate concept than the rest of the two, and with a closer approach to the iconic ... Continue Reading →
The German magazine Motorrad have gotten their hands on several spy photos which show what could be the new quarter-liter bike Triumph is preparing for 2015. Now, the motorcycle appears to be a down-scaled Daytona, which means that Triumph will be entering the small-displacement sport bike fray, together with the ... Continue Reading →
MeanMachines is yet another Australian bike workshop specialized in magic, and Mad Max is the latest beast to roll out their door. However, I doubt that the actual Mad Max would be that eager to throw a leg over this machine, as it's not rat bike:we're looking at a first-class Triumph Bonneville streetfight... Continue Reading →
It looks like Triumph decided to go full-on in the Indian market, as they have launched no less than 10 motorcycles. All the segments are covered, from the Classic range to the sporty triples and the big cruisers. And yes, they are also selling the beastly Rocket III in India, too. Prices are varying quite a lo... Continue Reading →
Triumph upgrades their big-bore cruiser line-up, and it's time for the 2014 Thunderbird Commander to step in. The bike shares the platform used to make the Thunderbird LT, but the Commander is more on the spartan, sober side. Free from all the classic bling cruisers come with on a regular basis, the 2014 Triu... Continue Reading →
Enter the 2014 Thunderbird LT, Triumph's saddlebagged cruiser, a nifty upgrade from the basic machines. With LT standing for Light Touring, I believe that "light" refers to the fact that one cannot add a kitchen sink to the luggage, because the new Thunderbird looks anything but skinny and light to me.... Continue Reading →
Triumph officials have confirmed that a 250cc-class parallel twin motorcycle will be built in India in 2014 and will be then sold as a 2015 model in emerging markets. If we are to believe Bonnefication, the new quarter-liter bike will borrow some styling cues from the likes of the actual Speed Triple (pictured), a... Continue Reading →
They say it's better late than never, and these words may be right. Here's a story which kind of supports this truth, even though in a somewhat funny way. An 1953 Triumph bike was reported stolen in Omaha, Neb in 1967. In a completely mysterious way the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents at the L... Continue Reading →
Not sure who chose the name for this Cafe Racer Dreams Triumph Thruxton, but he or she has done an amazing job: it's hard to come up with a better name than Impeccable for a bike whose main point of attraction is the rusty tank. Pretty iron(ic), if you get the joke. However, this Thruxton is as cool as it get... Continue Reading →
In a away, such ad a spectacular build could only come from England, but not because we're dealing with a Triumph, but because it evokes a past era of glorious motorcycle racing still with solid roots in the British tradition. The owner of this bike became interested in board track racing after a trip to an ... Continue Reading →