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Failed switches prompt Triumph Street Triple recall

Switches for headlights and indicators could fail if water gets into the controls of the Triumph Street Triple R, RS and R (low seat) models, prompting Triumph Motorcycle Australia to issue a recall. The recall notice issued through the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says the electrical circuits in the left-hand switch cube may not …

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Triumph Moto2 engine wails in video

Triumph plans bigger 765 Daytona

Triumph Motorcycles has taken the Daytona off its official websites around the world as super sport sales slump, but it is not the end of the venerable model name. The company has trademarked the name Daytona in Europe and the USA, and is race-testing the 765cc Moto2 engine from the Street Triple in an updated …

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Triumph Street Triple RS Seed Triple RS switches

Triumph Street Triple 765 RS review

The Triumph Street Triple 765 RS allows the rider to dial in the insanity for a track day or tame the beast to become a civilised daily commuter. Thanks to its suite of electronic aids and variable settings riders can customise their ride via a comprehensive onboard computer and instrument screen. All features can be …

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Video teases new Triumph Street Triple

Triumph will launch its new Street Triple on January 10 with a live video feed and has teased the launch with this video. It doesn’t show much except a fancy new set of “smiley” instruments and a silhouette. The only styling changes from the current Street Triple we can pick are narrower indicators, slightly more rounded twin …

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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 Street Triple XR tiger offers

Triumph announces new Tiger prices

Triumph has announced the prices for the new Tiger range which has been extended to four models. They are the Tiger XC $16,590 (plus on-road costs), XCx $17,690, XR $15,099 and XRx $16,590, all with traction control, switchable ABS and Ride by Wire technology. Triumph Australia has announced at the Melbourne Moto Expo that the …

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2006 Triumph Daytona 675

Triumph sued over suspension concerns

Triumph Motorcycles in America is being sued for trying to conceal defective rear suspension in 2006-09 Daytona 675 and Street Triple models. The case was filed in the California federal court last week accusing the British motorcycle maker of knowingly selling vehicles with defective suspension systems that can cause the motorcycles’ rear wheel to lock-up. Triumph counsel has …

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Proposed Triumph 250

Triumph Motorcycles drops 250cc plans

Triumph Motorcycles has halted development of its 250cc bikes. The learner machines were to be built in India and unveiled next year, but Triumph director of sales and marketing Paul Stroud has confirmed they have put development on hold. “Following a review we have placed the 250cc bike project on hold for strategic reasons relating …

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Triumph Street Triple 660

Street Triple 660 important to Triumph

Australia is so important to Triumph Motorcycles, the company updated the Street Triple 660 especially for our learner-approved motorcycles (LAMS) market. Triumph Australia flew out global export sales boss Peter Huckin for the Brisbane Moto Expo last weekend to reveal the bike for the first time to Australian riders. He says it was important for …

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