Triumph is Focused on Quality and You Can See it in These Reviews


Triumph puts their heart and soul into everything they build and it sure makes for a great ride! Read this reviews of several of the products from Triumph and I’m sure you’ll agree!


After falling in love with the Triumph Thruxton R during last month’s press launch, MCN wasted no time pitting the new Triumph against some of its fiercest retro-bike rivals in an online video comparison test. When matched against the BMW R nineT Sport and Yamaha Yamaha XJR1300, all three testers pick the Triumph as their clear number one. “This is the winner of our test by a long way. The Thruxton has been a long time coming, but it’s been really worth the wait!”

The Thruxton R destroys the competition

Austin Nichols – actor, Triumph enthusiast and star of AMC’s runaway hit TV series The Walking Dead is profiled in MAXIM  as he contemplates a rainy-day blast on his Triumph Scrambler to his favorite BBQ stop. “Customized with glistening chrome pipes, a stitched leather seat and low profile lights, the bike is practically screaming at him to jump on and tear up Route 71 to the town of Spicewood.” When he’s not running from zombies, Nichols enjoys classic literature and soaking in the local Texas Hill Country from the seat of his Scrambler.

Austin Nichols and his Triumph Scrambler

For those looking for “a bit of a power cruiser attitude” in a nimble small cruiser, Ultimate Motorcycling recently named the Triumph Speedmaster among an exclusive Top Ten list of “incredibly fun and enjoyable cruisers” available for less than $10,000. They praise the Speedmaster’s accessible power and the impeccable handling “that you expect from a Triumph,” along with the relaxed, feet-forward riding position. And best of all, unique British character and iconic styling come free of charge.

Speedmaster and the great value of

“Baskets of character,” “heaps of authentic style” and “a joy on winding roads” are just a few of the praises thrown at Triumph’s venerable new Street Twin in an excellent new Rider review. The Triumph racks up high marks across the board – from engine performance, handling and braking to ease of use, styling and price. “New or returning riders or those who want an exciting, lower, lighter machine with an emphasis on usable torque rather than screaming horsepower need look no further than the Street Twin.”

More Street Twin Love

One should be very careful when opting to strip the iconic twin headlamps from a Triumph Speed Triple in favor of a single unit, the act can be seen as nothing short of sacrilege. That said, we think Switzerland’s Erne’s Euromotos walked that line rather gracefully when applying the retro treatment to this stunning 2010 Speed Triple build. The café fairing and custom fiberglass tail section dominate the look, but it’s the subtle details and paintwork that really make it pop. Bike EXIF has the details.

Custom Speed Triple

How do you stand out among the crowd when you live in a city that’s seen it all? It’s a question pondered by the owner of this 2015 Triumph Bonneville and one answered resoundingly by builders Marcos Martinez and Web Staples out of Triumph NYC. Dubbed “Miss Moneypenny,” this copper-clad creation was featured in the pages of Return of the Café Racers. Copper-plated tank, spokes, fenders, skid plate and headlight bucket combine to produce the unforgettable aesthetic.  “For such a unique approach, the bike still retains its classic feel, and all that copper will only get better with age.”

Bike Exif and the Return of the Cafe Racers

Have a great weekend!