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TRIUMPH Trophy Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 23
First production year: 1972
 

2016 - Present

Eating long distances in supreme comfort is what the Trophy does best. Added to that is its amazing ability to transform into a motorcycle that is equally happy to tackle the twisty roads.




 

2015 - 2016

The beating heart of the machine, this spirited engine delivers excitement on demand; no need to wait for the revs to rise or be forced to kick down a gear at the wrong time. You’ll feel it and you’ll hear it as the infamous Triumph Triple delivers it inimitable, spine tingling sound.




 

2012 - 2013

In case you thought that the 2012 Trophy was cool, wait until you hop on the Special Edition of the bike. It carries on all the nifty features of the base model, but brings in even more touring comfort and more advanced technologies to make life aboard this two-wheeled flagship easier and funnier. The Trophy SE comes with ride-by-wire throttle, traction control, electronic cruise control, ele...




 

2012 - 2013

The 2012 Triumph Trophy takes motorcycle touring to the next level, with even more attention paid to details and a more comfort-oriented design. With plenty of manageable power on tap and bike designed to provide perfect connection between the rider and the road, the 2012 Trophy also brings in generous integrated storage and convenient, comprehensive instrumentation. The bike also sports head...




 

2002 - 2003

The Trophy is an asphalt-touring motorcycle which can serve as both daily ride to work and as a machine for the vacation of a lifetime. Powerful to tackle all traffic scenarios, the 2002 Trophy is also a milestone in terms of motorcycling comfort, providing a relaxed stance but retaining the feeling of being in control. And with an integrated luggage system, the 2002 Trophy is ready for both ...




 

2001 - 2002

The 2001 Trophy is Triumph's elite asphalt tourer, a bike created to cross state line after state line, and still keep carrying you towards the other side of the continent. With excellent comfort and weather protection, the Trophy is still an aerodynamic machine capable of blazing along the highways. With a color-coded integrated luggage system and plenty of accessories, the Trophy'...




 

2000 - 2001

The 2000 Triumph Trophy 900 is the smaller sibling of the mighty 1200 version and shares much of the comfort and feel of the big-bore machine. Ergonomics, luggage-carrying capabilities and rewarding long-range worthiness are all intact, providing the rider and pillion with a smooth, comfy ride across the state line. This Trophy is powered by Triumph's 885cc triple engine and with 25 lite...




 

2000 - 2001

The 2000 Triumph Trophy is the ultimate road-touring machine, boasting a muscular engine and premium comfort, exceptional road stance and great luggage accommodation features. With the generously-roomed, integrated sidecases, the 2002 Trophy is a great choice for a vacation on 2 wheels, while the 25-liter tank makes sure you'll stop more for taking photos than for refueling. With very go...




 

1999 - 2000

The 1999 is the flagship asphalt touring machine in Triumph's roster, a bike built around a muscular in-line 4 engine and with one goal in mind: blending road worthiness with high comfort. The bike is engineered to provide a rewarding experience for both solo riding and two-up adventures, with fully-loaded sidecases. Even when loaded, the adjustable suspensions and robust engine are deli...




 

1999 - 2000

Just as its name says it, the 1999 Trophy 900 is the smaller brother of the 1200 version. A middleweight touring machine for those in search of a more manageable power delivery, this bike retains all the road worthiness and long-range traveling comfort of the big-bore beast. A bike engineered for heavy loads, the 1999 Trophy 900 boasts dependable performance even when riding two-up and with p...




 

1998 - 1999

The 1999 MY Triumph Trophy 1200 is the flagship tourer from the British engineers. Capable of producing 108 horsepower and a massive 104 Nm with its 1180cc lump, the two-wheeler handles surprisingly well for its big bulk of 235 kg. Capable of carrying tremendous loads in its standard, hard saddlebags, even with a passenger, the two-wheeler will do so surprisingly fast,and, thanks to the full...




 

1998 - 1999

The 1999 MY Triumph Trophy 900 sports the same engine and rigid steel frame as its predecessors. A smaller, yet, a little nimbler sibling to the Trophy 1200 flagship tourer, it has the same road composure, making it an excellent touring machine, whether for daily commutes or transcontinental vacations. Coming standard with color-matching, hard saddlebags, it can carry impressive loads even wh...




 

1997 - 1998

The 1998 MY Triumph Trophy 900 has received a number of upgrades that increase the overall comfort and load-carrying capacity of the machine. Hard, lockable, color-matching saddle-bags now come as a standard feature. The seat has been redesigned for more comfort for both the rider and the passenger. And, as far as protection from the elements goes, a full fairing plus a tall wind-screen will pro...




 

1996 - 1997

The 1997 MY Triumph Trophy 1200 sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, four-cylinder engine that produces 108 horsepower and a massive 104 Nm of torque at just 5000 rpm. The engine is tweaked for improved performance at low and mid-range revs, making the Trophy a proper touring motorcycle, capable of daily commutes and transcontinental hauls at the same time. When it comes to comfort, the two-w...




 

1996 - 1997

The 1997 MY Triumph Trophy 900 is an excellent, British-made, touring motorcycle, capable of carrying large loads in its standard, colour-matched, hard saddlebags plus the rider and a passenger, over large distances, quickly, efficiently and in style. The four-stroke, liquid-cooled, transverse three cylinder engine offers great power delivery at low to mid revs while still keeping a punch for to...




 

1995 - 1996

Able to cope with either busy city traffic, weekend countryside strolls or full-range vacation hauls, the 1996 MY Triumph Trophy 900 is a versatile and, more importantly, durable touring machine. Based on the Brits' "modular design" concept, it shares its spine and innards with the other 900cc Triumph models, but adapted for the Trophy to ensure excellent touring abilities. It ...




 

1995 - 2003

Trophy is a very capable all-rounder, not least thanks to its outstanding sporting ability. The Triumph Trophy 1200's four cylinder 1180 cc engine was detuned from an original high of 141 hp (105 Kw) to a softer 108 hp (78.7 Kw) for its touring role, but lost none of its silky smoothness or roll-on friendly torque. A rigid steel frame, high quality suspension and generous Ground Clearance c...




 

1994 - 1995

For British-built motorcycles fans, and also with a taste for the longer hauls behind the bars, Triumph has released the 1995 MY Trophy 900. It sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 885cc, transverse three cylinder powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission, which produces 98 horsepower and 83 Nm of torque. The engine mapping has been designed for more mid-range power, so it can sustain ...




 

1993 - 1994

The 1994 MY Triumph Trophy 900 is a bulky touring bike, particularly suited for those riders with a bigger inseam and arm length. But once you get it on the road, it will leave you the impression that you're atop a mid-sized superbike. The suspension and frame offer a good response when going around the bends, and the ride position is as comfortable as can be, with a spacious seat for bo...




 

1992 - 1993

Following Hinckley's "modular design" concept, the 1993 MY Triumph Trophy 900 shares most of its innards with the other Triumph models in the 900cc category, the thing setting it apart being its engine mapping, optimized for more mid-range torque and, of course, the bodywork and comfort department, to make it a true touring machine. Whether one decides to use it on his daily c...




 

1991 - 1992

The 1992 MY Triumph Trophy 900 is a touring machine which shares all its traits and engineering with its bigger sibling, the Trophy 1200, except for the engine, and the sticker that says "900" instead of "1200" of course. The two-wheeler sports a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 885cc, transverse three cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission, which produces 98 hors...




 

1972 - 1973

The Triumph Trophy TR6RV is the second model for 1972 launched by Triumph. This has 5-Speed and it is a Roadster with low pipes.




 

1972 - 1973

For the new model of 1972, teh Triumph introduced these gorgeus conical brahe hubs, front and rear, with all new brake hardware.