Triumph triumphs as most satisfying brand

Triumph triumphs as the most satisfying motorcycle brand in the market, according to about 700 riders surveyed by customer satisfaction research and ratings business Canstar Blue. It is the second year in a row that Triumph has topped the annual motorcycle survey won by Yamaha in 2016 and Harley-Davidson in the first year of ratings in …

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Fonzie's Triumph TR5 fails to sell

Fonzie bike finally sells at auction

One of three motorcycles used by actor Henry Winkler playing Fonzie in Happy Days has sold for $USUS179,200 (about $A240,000) in a Julien’s Auctions Hollywood Legends in Las Vegas. The 1949 Triumph Trophy TR500 was provided for the popular TV series by stuntman Bud Ekins, who also built bikes for Hollywood legend and racer Steve …

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Hazard light recall for Triumph Street Cup

The new water-cooled 900cc Triumph Bonneville Street Cup has been recalled over a hazard lights fault. Australian distributors PS Importers have recalled all Street Cup models with a vehicle identification number (VIN) with the last six digits between 795308 and 836082. The official Australian Competition and Conusmer notice says the wires to the hazard warning …

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Triumph National RAT Rally will be held at Coffs Harbour

Triumph owners hold two RAT Rallies

Triumph will hold not one, but two RAT (Riders’ Association of Triumph) Rallies this year. The annual RAT Rally will be held at the popular central NSW coastal destination of Coffs Harbour from August 22-24. This year it will be preceded by Triumph’s inaugural National Off-Road RAT Rally in the Flinders Ranges from August 4-8. …

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Triumph in Triumph Motorcycles competition

A mature-aged “newbie” has scored the ride of his short riding life as one of 12 lucky winners around the world in the Triumph Motorcycles “Rides America” Facebook competition held from December to March. Peter Clifford of Sydney says he has never won a significant prize before and didn’t believe it when he was contacted …

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