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Street Triple Limited Edition in Showrooms

Following Triumph's announcement that there would be limited edition versions of it's Street Triple to celebrate 10 years in production back in September, the Grey and Gold limited edition versions have now started to appear in dealers' showrooms across the UK.

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Carl Rosner

We Ride London aiming to Keep London Moving on Two Wheels

Motorcycles and scooters keep London moving... We Ride London wants to make sure it stays that way by getting London to think of them as part of the solution to congestion and encourage their use.

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TOMCC Stand at Motorcycle Live a Success

With a total of almost 300 new members over the 9 days of the show, and loads of merchandise sold, the TOMCC Stand at the 2016 Motorcycle Live show at the NEC in Birmingham has proved to be an absolute success for the Club.

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Recall of Bonneville Variants extended - Check with your Dealer

Following on from the recall in March this year for various models of the Street Twin and Bonneville T120, Triumph earlier this month extended the recall for machines manufactured up to the 3rd October 2016.

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New model profile added

A new profile has been added to the list of Triumph motorcycle models on this site: The Thunderbird 1600 (2008 - present). Triumph’s Thunderbird was bravely aimed at taking on Harley in the US, but in terms of specification, quality, performance and price it looks the best-equipped rival ever to do just that.

Thunderbird 1600

Only a few days left to register for Brutal Beauty in NE USA

As part of Triumph's Brutal Beauty Tour, Triumph has chosen National Powersports Distributors in Pembroke, New Hampshire, as the only location in the USA North East, to unveil the new 2017 Bobber and Triumph models.

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USA Tour News

New model profile added

A new profile has been added to the list of Triumph motorcycle models on this site: The 3.5hp TT (1908-1913). After being beaten in the 1907 TT by Norton, Triumph built the world's first pure Grand Prix racer.

3.5hp TT

Is this the new Speed Twin?

Just when you thought Triumph couldn't get any more mileage out of the new Bonneville range, another possible model has been spied being road-tested. Obviously based on the Thruxton R, it has a Streetfighter look to it which has always proved popular.

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Daytona 675 based superbike launched

Triumph don't seem to be doing anything to keep their excellent sports bike track record alive, so up has stepped Spirit Motorcycles to take the Daytona to the next level. A limited-edition fire-breathing Moto-2 GP Racer and a Street version.

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