With the launch of the new Tiger 1200 last year it is now appearing in dealerships for you to have a good up close look at it. As an introduction to the model range the UK dealerships are participating in the "Tiger Talks" event up until March 2022 - so if you miss it at one dealership you can catch it at another.
It's not quite the racing season yet but Dynavolt Triumph have announced that Hannes Soomer will be riding one of the Triumph 765 Street Triple machines in the WSB support series WorldSSP following the adoption of the new rules allowing different engine configurations into the Supersport class.
What a year! Che anno! It's been a return to some semblance of normality but still not how any of us thought or wanted. From all of us at the Triumph Owners' Motor Cycle Club we wish everyone a Merry but safe Christmas and we hope for a better New Year where we can see more of everyone.
We already knew what it was going to look like with the prototype being shown off online and at EICMA (and the NEC), but now Triumph have officially launched the range with all the specifications and model variants. Starting at £14,600 (€19.300 or $19,100) these look excellent value for money.
Triumph have hit a major milestone with the production of their one millionth motorcycle since the Brand started manufacturing machines at Hinckley. Nick Bloor, Triumph's CEO, revealed the one-off custom-painted Tiger 900 Rally Pro in front of all of Triumph's staff at the UK factory in Hinckley.
The Winter Raffle from the UK's National Motorcycle Museum has been announced (you'll have seen the raffle tickets in Nacelle if you're a member) and there are three great prizes to be won. First prize is a 1955 Triumph 5T Speed Twin that has been restored by the National Motorcycle Museum.
If you're stuck for a last-minute present for a Triumph Owner then Draganfly have the answer with their Triumph gift-pack. It consists of a black and silver Triumph mug made especially for Draganfly, a key ring with a leather fob and a metal Triumph roundel, and a patent plate Triumph badge in red.