Triumph Street Scrambler

New Triumph Street Scrambler arrives

Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled their 900cc Street Scrambler at EICMA motorcycle show in Milan to bring the new liquid-cooled Bonneville range to an even 10. And there could be more, with the possibility of a 1200cc Scrambler and liquid-cooled America and Speedmaster cruisers. The new Street Scrambler has several features that make it more dirt-friendly. …

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Triumph Bonneville Bobber

Triumph Bobber has floating seat

Triumph has released the ninth member of the new Bonneville family, the 1200cc Triumph Bobber, with unique, adjustable floating solo seat. It also features wide bars, wire wheels and a fat rear tyre for that cool post-war bobber hardtail look. Triumph Australia says it will be in dealerships in late February 2017. More information on pricing and …

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2017 Triumph Bonneville T120 review

The liquid-cooled Triumph T120 is such a quantum leap up from the old air-cooled Bonneville T100 it will even convince the most ardent of traditionalists. The T120 revives the 1959 name and retains that classic retro vibe, yet the detail, finish, handling, power, torque, comfort, features, safety, economy and overall performance are so much better. …

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Triumph adds Street Cup, T100, T100 Black

Triumph Motorcycles has added three models to its Bonneville range – Street Cup, T100 and T100 Black – but not the suspected Scrambler or Bobber. The new bikes were unveiled at INTERMOT in Cologne overnight and will be available in Australian at these prices (+ORC): Bonneville Street Cup $15,600   Bonneville T100 $15,300   Bonneville T100 – …

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2016 Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport

Tougher, smarter 2016 Triumph Tiger Sport

The new Triumph Tiger Sport has now arrived in Australia with more growl, technology and features plus a hefty $1150 price rise. The new 1050cc Tiger Sport costs $17,150 (+ORC), but includes substantial upgrades to the engine, electronic rider aids and extra creature comforts. The engine has had a host of updates including a revised combustion chamber …

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2015 Triumph Explorer offers

Triumph offers ride-away discounts

Triumph Motorcycles Australia has come up with a range of ride-away discount offers on various 2015 and 2016 models, saving as much as $4600, and finance deals from $53 a week. The press release quotes departing marketing manager Mark Berger as saying: “To help get riders out there sooner, we have put together some finance offers exclusively offered by Triumph Motorcycle …

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Triumph Scrambler (Photo Visor Down)

New Triumph Scrambler based on Street Twin

The expected water-cooled Triumph Scrambler will be based on the 900cc Street Twin Bonneville, not the 1200cc models, according to spy photos released by a British internet site. When the new Bonnevilles were announced last year, the Scrambler and the America and Speedmaster cruisers were conspicuous in their absence. However, when they were released, Triumph made available …

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2016 Triumph Street Twin

Triumph Street Twin adds punch and style

The new, liquid-cooled Triumph Bonneville Street Twin has more punch, more style and more practical features bound to win a whole new breed of rider. Traditionalists may not be happy with the styling changes, but even they couldn’t ignore the benefits of a lockable petrol cap, fuel gauge and ignition/steering lock in one location on …

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Triumph 2016 Bonneville T120 and T120 Black

2016 Triumph Bonneville sets records

The 900cc and 1200cc 2016 Triumph Bonneville range is already setting records in pre-orders several months before their scheduled delivery in Australia. Triumph Motorcycles Australia marketing manager Mark Berger says they have approximately 75 paid deposits for the new models which will arrive between February and May 2016. “The Thruxton R is by far the strongest …

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Triumph Bonneville Street Twin

2016 Triumph Bonneville is lighter

Triumph has released more details on its 2016 water-cooled, hi-tech Bonneville range and the base model Street Twin is surprisingly lighter. First details released are only on the Street Twin which is now 900cc instead of 856cc and weighs 198kg, down from 224kg, despite all the water cooling and extra electrics. SEE ALL OFFICIAL PHOTOS …

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