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2009 Triumph Motorcycles

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2009 Triumph News

Triumph is introducing a special edition of its award-winning Daytona 675 Supersport model

Triumph America

Triumph America

Although the Triumph range is divided into three distinct segments – Urban Sports, Modern Classics and Cruisers – all Triumph motorcycles share several fundamental characteristics:

  • Powered by either parallel twin or in-line triple cylinder engines, which have a charismatic sound and distinctive feel and deliver a broad spread of truly usable power.
  • Stylish and unique looks with great attention to detail. Design is always purposeful, blending form with function, to deliver a beautifully crafted machine where the looks are backed by genuine, well-engineered substance.
  • A well-balanced chassis with class-leading handling; Triumphs are intuitive and incredibly easy to ride.

Modern Classics

Bonneville – Bonneville SE – Bonneville T100 – Thruxton – Scrambler

The retro-styled Modern Classic range reflects the iconic Triumph designs of the 1960s but while the looks draw their design cues from motor cycling’s most glamorous era, the engineering and performance is thoroughly modern.

With the characteristic note of their 865cc air-cooled British parallel twin cylinder engines and with plenty of power right where you need it, the Modern Classics sound and feel unique. These bikes are also agile, with a low seat height and a relaxed, comfortable riding position that makes them easy and fun to ride.

Appealing to riders seeking a great looking, cool design the Modern Classics have found resonance with a broad audience, from those who remember the originals to a much younger customer looking for a simple, stylish bike that can be enjoyed to the full.

Urban Sports

Street Triple - Street Triple R - Daytona 675 - Speed Triple - Tiger - Sprint ST

Triumph’s Urban Sports range appeals to customers who appreciate the market-leading high performance bikes but consider them too predictable and mass-market.

Instead this customer looks to Triumph for a distinctive and unique machine that delivers the requisite high performance but with an original twist.

Triumph’s Urban Sports models are powered by 675cc and 1050cc triple cylinder engines, which give incredible levels of flexibility and performance, and a unique sound and feel. A great deal of attention has also been paid to finding the perfect balance between agility and stability resulting in a range of six of the sweetest handling machines.


America - Speedmaster – Rocket III – Rocket III Classic – Rocket III Touring

Triumph’s cruisers are a unique offering in a sea of V-twin clones. From the 2300cc Rocket III, the largest capacity production bike, to the 865cc parallel twin powered America and Speedmaster, the Cruisers offer originality in both looks and performance. These bikes live up to the Triumph ethos of great handling and carve corners or swallow up long straights with equal aplomb.

The Rocket III Classic, Rocket III Touring and America offer traditional cruiser ergonomics, with understated American styling, while the Rocket III and Speedmaster have a bolder, more aggressive performance edge.


In addition to building motorcycles Triumph has a healthy aftersales business with a comprehensive range of Triumph Genuine Parts, Accessories and Clothing.