Triumph motors was first established in the year 1902. The British motorcycle manufacturer is known for wide range of motorcycles across segments including roadsters, classics, adventure bikes and super sports model. Below are some of the offerings by the company:
- Triumph Bonneville T100: T100 is powered by 865cc parallel twin engine. The power delivery is linear on T100 with torque kicking in from as low as 1800RPM all the way up to redline. The bike comes in four colour schemes, Intense Orange/Jet Black, Caspian Blue/Jet Black, Fusion white/Aurum Gold, Jet Black/Cranberry Red.
- Triumph Bonneville: Bonneville handles well for a bike of this size. But don’t expect it to carve corners anytime soon! Straight highways, long sweeping corners are handled pretty well. Aided by a good suspension setup the Bonneville handles our roads rather well. Bike has 41mm telescopic forks in the front & twin shock absorbers at the rear. It rides on 110/70 17’ front & 130/80 17’ rear wheels.
- Triumph Speed Triple ABS: Speed triple is powered by 1050cc in line three engines. Being an inline three its torque starts building from low RPMs & the power available throughout the rev range. Bike is short geared & that means one can get the best out of the engine at street legal speeds.
- Triumph Street Triple ABS: Street triple is powered by 675cc in line three engines. Being an inline three it gets best of both the worlds i.e. torque from down below & the top end surge of a super bike.
- Triumph Thruxton: THRUXTON is powered by 865cc parallel twin engine. The power delivery is linear on THRUXTON with torque kicking in from as low as 1800RPM all the way up to redline.
- Triumph Tiger XC: Tiger XC is powered by 800cc in line three engines. The engine in all the Tigers performs similarly. The punch comes at 4000rpm after which the bike starts pulling fast. However, one can easily putter on low speeds in high gear. Bike is tall geared & highway suits it the best where the engine comes out on its own.
- Triumph Tiger XR: Tiger XR is Triumph’s adventure touring motorcycle. R in the nomenclature signifies the road capabilities of the bike. It features Triumph’s trademark In-line three engine setup.
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