Triumph Motorcycles traces its routes back to bicycle manufacturer in Coventry in 1885 and later motorcycles in Hincklet. When the manufacturer went bust in the 1980s, it was bought by English businessman John Bloor and is now a billion-pound company. The company has made many historically significant models including the Bonneville which set world speed records. Today the company makes road and adventure bikes with production facilities in the UK and Thailand. We preview coming models and testing Triumph motorcycles for performance, handling, styling, economy and more.