Triumph are looking to the future and that future, according to them, is electric. They have announced a collaboration with UK Industry experts, academic leaders, and Innovate UK to develop the future of motorcycle electric drive technology, control systems, and integration over the next two years, right here in the UK.
MCN have today (10/05/2019) published a picture of new Rocket 3 models at a photo shoot in Croatia. With the Rocket 3 TFC rumoured to have been sold out completely despite its hefty price, these new models will most certainly be part of a new range of more affordable, world-beating, machines in the very near future.
The UK National Motorcycle Museum has just announced their raffle prizes for their Summer Raffle draw and the first prize is stunning. You could win a brand new (old stock) 1977 Trident T160 that has never been run or registered and has just 9 'push' miles on the clock. Entries are now open - read on for more info.
Triumph have today (1st May 2019) released the official details about their Triumph Factory Custom Rocket 3. This will be a never-to-be-repeated limited edition run of 750 machines - each one numbered and delivered with a Premium TFC Handover Pack. The price is premium too, starting at £25,000 on the road in the UK.
The TOMCC continues to expand with several new branches being formed recently. The latest branch to form is the TOMCC Michigan branch who have their meeting place at Triumph Detroit (1st Saturday of the month from 10am). This follows on from the Milton Keynes and New England TOMCC USA branches which have formed this year.
Valentino Rossi, in an interview, has stated that he thinks the Triumph Moto2 machines are more of a race bike than the previous Honda 600 and a good preparation for riders for MotoGP. I due campioni (Rossi e Marquez), che hanno entrambi i fratelli in Moto2, dicono che è un motore adatto per prepararsi alla MotoGP.
Triumph have announced their Triumph Design Awards competition for 2019. It is open to 16–18 year old students who have used Design to solve a real world problem, the Triumph Design Awards encourages and celebrates creative thinking, innovative problem solving and the ability to produce feasible solutions to real world challenges.