WATOC Rally of the Year 2019
WATOC (World Association of Triumph Owners Clubs) is an organisation which aims to bring together Triumph Owners in different Clubs around the world. In 2019 they are planning a major get-together in New Zealand and now is the time to start planning if you want to attend.
Trifest Skegness announced as the October event for 2017
It doesn't matter how you get there. Train, plane, car, or by bike (preferably though), just as long as you do. We want you to have a great time talking bikes, talking trips that you have been on, people you've met along the way, the sun, wind, the rain, the fun you've had doing it. Put the T-Shirt on and let's party!
Registration for the Bike4Life Run 2017 now Open
Midlands Air Ambulance Charity’s Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival is one of the biggest biker events in the country, attracting over 12,000 bikers. Starting from Meole Brace in Shrewsbury, the Ride Out takes you on a 23 mile route to RAF Cosford, home to the Bike4Life Festival.
Triumph Approved pre-owned bike site Goes Live
Triumph have now switched on their pre-owned bike finding website for the UK, allowing users to search the country for a second hand Triumph from approved dealers. This will make it a lot easier to search for the bike you are after without having to visit every dealers' website.
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.
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.
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.