Tag Archive for Triumph

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Will there be a new Triumph Daytona? We think so…

Probably the most frequently asked question over the past 12 months: will there be a new Triumph Daytona coming soon? The Daytona 675 has been, without doubt, the best ‘600’ supersports bike in recent years – possibly ever – and that’s without a whiff of patriotism. Its discontinuation is sacrilege, even if 600cc sales are pathetic. Let’s the objective bits… Read more →

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Video: Triumph Street Cup + Scrambler Review

Triumph is currently in a pretty decent state of affairs, claiming number one ‘big-bike’ brand in the UK and having the luxury of its modern retro steeds selling themselves for fun. There’s also a fresh wave of performance-enhancing roadsters emerging, led by the new Street Triple 765. And, having commandeered the Moto2 engine supplier’s role, even racing is creeping back… Read more →

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Video: EICMA Highlights

44T was live on the frontline at EICMA in Milan – the world’s biggest dedicated motorcycle exhibition – and spent a few days capturing 2017’s finest machinery and a feast of juicy, dubplate gossip for you guys to dribble over. We could have devoted an entire channel to what was displayed but here are some of our highlights. I think… Read more →

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10th Anniversary Triumph Street Triple R

Following several social media teasers, Triumph has just taken the wraps off several limited edition Street Triples to coincide with the STR’s 10 birthday. I recall the original launch back in 2006 near Lake Garda: there was a wheelie followed by another wheelie, then a wheelie before we attacked some wheelie beautiful mountain passes where we did another wheelie. For… Read more →

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Guy Martin’s World Land Speed Record attempt is a go-go…

Ending months of speculation and anticipation, Triumph has just confirmed that the British brand will return to Bonneville Salt Flats this month in an attempt to smash the world land speed record. And the pilot? As expected, everyone’s favourite tea-drinking, pork scratching-making, occasional road racer and the best Top Gear presenter never to present Top Gear, Guy Martin. Guy will… Read more →