Triumph – Maxabout News https://news.maxabout.com Latest Car & Bike News in India Mon, 04 Feb 2019 05:30:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.8 https://news.maxabout.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/cropped-Maxabout-News-Favi-Icon-2017-32x32.png Triumph – Maxabout News https://news.maxabout.com 32 32 Meet Triumph Bonneville Street 500 Concept by SRK Designs https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/triumph-bonneville-street-500/ https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/triumph-bonneville-street-500/#respond Sat, 02 Feb 2019 14:36:34 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=384349 Triumph Bonneville Street 500 is another blockbuster digital render from SRK Designs, clearly showing every possible element discussed for the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle by the fans through social media. As highly expected, the motorcycle will focus on cost reduction by limiting the use of premium parts and downsizing certain options like the tires and suspension […]

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Triumph Bonneville Street 500 is another blockbuster digital render from SRK Designs, clearly showing every possible element discussed for the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle by the fans through social media. As highly expected, the motorcycle will focus on cost reduction by limiting the use of premium parts and downsizing certain options like the tires and suspension components.

The front of the rendered Bonneville Street 500 comes with a basic round headlight and circular console while fender seen here is chopped into a compact one for style enhancement. On the other hand, the rear fender is thick and well placed to keep the design balanced.

The fuel tank is resembling the Bonneville series design and adding knee pads brought a pinch of twist into the decent design. The motorcycle is imagined with spoke wheels, ABS-equipped disc brakes, iconic Triumph engine cover, and slightly raised exhaust.

Triumph Bonneville Street 500
Meet Triumph Bonneville Street 500 Concept by SRK Designs

The basic shade for the engine cover, side panel, and exhaust has been kept black while the rear can be seen with dual shock absorbers for the suspension duties. The motorcycle from Bajaj-Triumph alliance will be more or less similar to this image as Bonneville Street 500 is nothing short of an actual compact Triumph with Bajaj’s excellence of keeping the production cost low for India.

The expected motorcycle will stay close to the 500cc section as placing a product right against the 650cc Twins from Royal Enfield is not a good idea. Bajaj Auto is currently using the 373cc motor for their flagship product but developing a bigger engine can also help them raise the benchmark by a few more points. The alliance will function in the same manner as BMW and TVS venture as both will try not to enter each other’s territory at any cost.

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Bajaj-Triumph Agreement Delayed, 1st Bike to Launch by End 2020 https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/bajaj-triumph-agreement-delayed/ https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/bajaj-triumph-agreement-delayed/#respond Fri, 25 Jan 2019 05:46:21 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=377891 A recent report in the automotive industry claims that Bajaj-Triumph agreement for a new product has been delayed. The expected motorcycle will now launch around the end of 2020. The new product will be more cost-effective and may serve the same purpose for both the brands like TVS did with BMW G310R and launched their […]

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A recent report in the automotive industry claims that Bajaj-Triumph agreement for a new product has been delayed. The expected motorcycle will now launch around the end of 2020. The new product will be more cost-effective and may serve the same purpose for both the brands like TVS did with BMW G310R and launched their own RR 310 based on the technology. The official confirmation for the agreement was given by Rajiv Bajaj in an interview. Here is what he said on the occasion.

“As far as Triumph is concerned, I have to be very conservative about what I say because I have a partner there who watches everything that I say. All I can tell you is that we’re very close to the partnership. We have known each other for 12 years now, teams from both sides gel very well together. I’m really excited, but since it’s a little bit in the future, I will wait for a little bit before giving you more detail about it. This year we’ll focus on Husqvarna, shortly, we’ll talk more about Triumph.”

Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster
Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster

The middleweight motorcycle is expected to be a rival to the Royal Enfield Twins and since the launch period is projected around 2020, guessing a price range would be wrong at the moment. Bajaj recently launched a campaign showing their presence in 70 countries and the new product could help them establish in a better way in all those markets. On the other hand, Triumph will get a product that can bring down their starting range to almost half of what they charge presently.

Bajaj Dominar 400
Bajaj Dominar 400

The chances of Bajaj-Triumph agreement resulting in a less than 400cc model are low as the former already has a monopoly here with KTM, Husqvarna and Bajaj products. The scope of getting a bike between 500-750cc is all-time high as recent sales report show improvement in the number of units sold for RE Twins. The excellence of Triumph in making twin-cylinder engines will be seen in action for sure.

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Next-Gen Triumph Rocket III Leaked in a New Set of Photos https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/2020-triumph-rocket-iii/ https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/2020-triumph-rocket-iii/#respond Mon, 14 Jan 2019 05:39:02 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=356558 Triumph Rocket III holds the title of carrying the world’s largest motorcycle engine under the fuel tank. It was discontinued from the Indian market and internationally, the model is ready to receive a complete overhaul in 2019. The next generation Triumph Rocket III is preparing itself for a new frame, design enhancement and a bigger […]

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Triumph Rocket III holds the title of carrying the world’s largest motorcycle engine under the fuel tank. It was discontinued from the Indian market and internationally, the model is ready to receive a complete overhaul in 2019. The next generation Triumph Rocket III is preparing itself for a new frame, design enhancement and a bigger than ever 2.5L, three-cylinder engine. The new motorcycle was first revealed to the dealers in October while an uncamouflaged test mule was recently spotted on the public roads. The new 2.5L inline-3 engine is said to generate a massive 180 BHP and 230 Nm of torque.

The maximum torque is available at just 3000 rpm. The design details reveal a huge fuel tank, bigger than ever engine cooler, massive USD front forks, dual Brembo M50 front disc brakes, huge seat with enough padding to absorb the vibrations well and almost negligible rear seat size in comparison to the front seat. The twin headlight design is still very impressive for a flagship cruiser. Triumph Rocket III rivals none other than Ducati xDiavel in the country. Even this competition is indirect in comparison with the Rocket due to the huge difference in engine size for both the bikes. Even Harley cruisers feel light in comparison to the new Rocket. The exhaust design closeup reveals a premium metallic finish for the motorcycle.

The single-sided swingarm, traction control, cornering ABS and riding modes guarantee impressive performance from the motorcycle. The best ever factor for Rocket III is that is will be made lighter to achieve better overall control than just drag-style performance. The international launch will open the doors for Triumph Rocket to India and thus, those loving huge cruiser and unique engine size can get their hands on the new model in 2019. The design upgrades will help Triumph get an improved overall stance and better overall performance. The last-gen variant weighs 367 kg.

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2019 Triumph Motorcycles Price List in India https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/2019-triumph-motorcycles-price-list/ https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/2019-triumph-motorcycles-price-list/#respond Sat, 12 Jan 2019 15:23:10 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=363339 2019 Triumph Motorcycles Price List: Triumph is one leading premium motorcycle manufacturer with a range of motorcycles starting from INR 7.70 lakh. The range stays practical as the most expensive Triumph motorcycle costs INR 17 lakh. The complete lineup is divided into three different monikers, with Bonneville being the most diverse of all. The Street series […]

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2019 Triumph Motorcycles Price List: Triumph is one leading premium motorcycle manufacturer with a range of motorcycles starting from INR 7.70 lakh. The range stays practical as the most expensive Triumph motorcycle costs INR 17 lakh. The complete lineup is divided into three different monikers, with Bonneville being the most diverse of all. The Street series is available with a single motorcycle (two variants based on the same engine) while Tiger series can be had in four variants and two motor options for the ease of off-road riding. The Tiger range starts at INR 11.99 lakh while top-spec Tiger 1200 costs INR 17 lakh.

New Triumph Tiger 800
New Triumph Tiger 800

The Bonneville range of motorcycles is using twin-cylinder 900cc and 1200cc engine options, producing massive torque output for both the engine sizes. The most powerful Bonneville series motorcycle is the Thruxton R, producing 97 PS at 6750 rpm and 112 Nm at 4950 rpm. The torque output is comparable to a litre-class sportbike, that too at almost half the rpm. The range also includes premium Speedmaster cruiser for INR 11.34 lakh. The 1200cc engine here is good for 77 PS and 106 Nm. Buyers looking for a fast street machine can get their hands on the premium Street Triple RS.

Triumph Street Triple RS
New Triumph Street Triple RS

2019 Triumph Motorcycles

Bonneville Series

  • Street Twin – INR 7.70 lakh
  • Street Scrambler – INR 8.60 lakh
  • Bonneville T100 – INR 8.87 lakh
  • Bonneville T120 – INR 9.98 lakh
  • Bonneville Bobber – INR 10.28 lakh
  • Bonneville Speedmaster – INR 11.34 lakh
  • Thruxton 1200 R – INR 12.16 lakh

Street Series

  • Street Triple S – INR 9.19 lakh
  • Street Triple RS – INR 11.13 lakh

Tiger Series

  • Tiger 800 XR – INR 11.99 lakh
  • Tiger 800 XRx – INR 13.39 lakh
  • Tiger 800 XCx – INR 14.03 lakh
  • Tiger 1200 XCx – INR 17.00 lakh
Above mentioned prices are ex-showroom India

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Quick Comparison: Triumph Street Triple RS vs Yamaha MT-09 https://news.maxabout.com/bike-comparisons/new-triumph-street-triple-rs-vs-yamaha-mt-09/ https://news.maxabout.com/bike-comparisons/new-triumph-street-triple-rs-vs-yamaha-mt-09/#respond Sun, 16 Dec 2018 08:56:50 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=184169 Triumph Street Triple RS vs Yamaha MT-09: The new model of MT-09 is priced at INR 10.40 lakh while Street Triple RS comes at INR 11.13 lakh. This makes both of them the closest possible rivals in the street fighter segment around INR 11 lakh. They share one more similarity as both brands have used 3-cylinder […]

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Triumph Street Triple RS vs Yamaha MT-09: The new model of MT-09 is priced at INR 10.40 lakh while Street Triple RS comes at INR 11.13 lakh. This makes both of them the closest possible rivals in the street fighter segment around INR 11 lakh. They share one more similarity as both brands have used 3-cylinder layout for their engine. Yamaha recently introduced the 2018 variant for MT-09 while Street Triple RS also entered the 2018 model year with this update.

Yamaha MT-09 vs Triumph Street Triple RS

Yamaha MT-09 vs Triumph Street Triple RS

Triumph Street Triple RS vs Yamaha MT-09

# Design & Style

A personal choice for sure, the design of both the bikes is not what one expects from an everyday machine. Yamaha MT-09 looks aggressive with its four projector fascia. The styling is derived from the flagship MT-10 for sure. It looks impressive and perfectly proportionate from every angle. Triumph Street Triple RS is slightly unique in itself, carrying signature twin headlights at the front and gull wing sing arm at the back. It is not loved much for its design but still, few buyers will find it more impressive than anything else in this segment.

Technical Specification Comparison

Yamaha MT-09 Street Triple RS
Displacement 847 cc 765 cc
Transmission 6-Speed 6-Speed
No. of Cylinders 3-Cylinder 3-Cylinder
Max. Power 115 HP @ 10,000 rpm 123 HP @ 11,700 rpm
Max. Torque 87.5 NM @ 8500 rpm 77 NM @ 10,800 rpm
Fuel Supply Fuel Injection Fuel Injection
Engine Cooling Liquid-Cooled Liquid-Cooled
Top Speed 225 kmph (Approx.) 260 kmph (Approx.)
Mileage 15-20 kmpl (Approx.) 20.83 kmpl (Claimed)

# Engine Size

Bigger engine is not always better and Street Triple is here to prove this fact. RS variant for the motorcycle comes with 765cc, three-cylinder engine producing 123 HP at 11,700 rpm and 77 Nm at 10,800 rpm. On the other hand, bigger 847cc 3-cylinder engine on the MT-09 is good for 115 HP at 10,000 rpm and 87.5 Nm at 8500 rpm. Street Triple proves better in overall terms as it weighs less than the Yamaha MT-09 and revs to a higher range in all gears.

Dimensions & Weight

Triumph Street Triple RS vs Yamaha MT-09
Yamaha MT-09 Street Triple RS
Length 2075 mm NA
Width 815 mm 735 mm
Height 1120 mm 1085 mm
Wheelbase 1440 mm 1410 mm
Ground Clearance 135 mm 165 mm
Seat Height 815 mm 826 mm
Weight 193 kg (Wet) 180 kg (Approx.)
Fuel Tank 14 litres 17.4 litres

# Seating and Ergonomics

Both the bikes have higher than usual seats and even wheelbase falls between 1410-1440 mm. Yamaha MT-09 gets a smaller 14-litre fuel tank while Street Triple RS is good for 17.4 litres of fuel carrying capacity. Yamaha offers more suspension travel but Triumph has made this version tighter on suspension terms for better cornering on the track. Both the bikes have identical tyre ratings and size.

Frame & Tyres

Triumph Street Triple RS vs Yamaha MT-09
Yamaha MT-09 Street Triple RS
Frame Diamond Twin Spar
Front Tyre 120/70 ZR17 120/70 ZR17
Rear Tyre 180/55 ZR17 180/55 ZR17
Front Wheel 17-inch 17-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch 17-inch

Brakes & Suspension

Yamaha MT-09 Street Triple RS
Brakes (F) 298 mm Double Discs 310 mm Double Discs
Brakes (R) 245 mm Single Disc 220 mm Single Disc
Suspension (F) USD Forks USD Forks (Showa)
Suspension (R) Monoshock Monoshock (Ohlins)
ABS 2-Channel ABS 2-Channel ABS

# Components

Triumph Street Triple RS is a winner in terms of components for sure. Starting with its Brembo M50 4-piston, dual 310mm brakes, Street Triple RS offers adjustable Showa 41mm BPF (big piston forks), Ohlins STX40 fully adjustable rear mono-shock and even single 220mm rear brake from Brembo. Yamaha keeps component benchmark lower in terms of suspension and braking. Still, they offer a quick-shifter (also in RS) and traction control for ease of performance riding. Triumph offers 5 riding modes with the new Street Triple RS.

# Verdict

Apart from more torque and slightly better styling, Yamaha MT-09 has no reason to prove itself better than Triumph Street Triple RS.  The new Street Triple RS brings the most looked out equipment for this price. It sounds great and even wins in terms of top speed. In general, both are madly accelerating machines while being specific for value to money makes Triumph Street Triple RS a winner here.

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Complete List of Triumph Motorcycle Dealers in India https://news.maxabout.com/bike-dealers/list-triumph-motorcycle-dealers-india/ https://news.maxabout.com/bike-dealers/list-triumph-motorcycle-dealers-india/#respond Fri, 23 Nov 2018 06:50:41 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=324964 Triumph India is operating through 16 dealerships across India, covering every part of the country through an official store for all the riding needs. The two Delhi dealerships are managed by a single brand and thus, can be counted as one with same contact number but different physical details. The south region has the maximum […]

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Triumph India is operating through 16 dealerships across India, covering every part of the country through an official store for all the riding needs. The two Delhi dealerships are managed by a single brand and thus, can be counted as one with same contact number but different physical details. The south region has the maximum number of touch-points while east has the least with only two dealership in Kolkata and Bhubaneswar. Here is a complete list of Triumph dealerships in India.

Triumph Motorcycle Dealers
Complete List of Triumph Motorcycle Dealers in India

Triumph Dealers in India

Krishna Automobiles

  • CS02B,Block-A,Plot No.178-178A, Industrial and Business Park, Phase – 1, Chandigarh, India – 160002
  • Phone: 9915942222
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday to Sunday (11 AM to 8 PM)

One Triumph (Div. of Dehradun)

  • A-14, Ground Floor, Nr. Metro Station, Kailash Colony, New Delhi, India –  110048
  • Phone: 9693800800
  • OPENING TIMES: 10 AM to 8 PM

One Triumph (Div. of Dehradun)

  • Near Galleria Market, Opp. Hamilton Court, DLF City Phase-4, Gurugram, India – 122009
  • Phone: 9693800800

Morani Triumph

  • Opp. Sitabari, Tonk Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India – 302011
  • Phone: +91 680200300

Westcoast Triumph

  • Ground Floor, Rudrapath Building, Underneath Curries, Restaurant, Near Rajpath Club, SG Highway, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India – 380059
  • Phone: +79-40030606
  • E-mail: westcoasttriumph@gmail.com
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday to Sunday (10 AM to 8 PM)

Harsh Automobiles Pvt. Ltd.

  • Plot No. EC-77, Scheme No. 94, Sector-C, Opp. Hotel Radisson, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India – 452001
  • Phone: 9111000150

Mukesh Triumph

  • 113G, Matheswartala Road, Kolkata, West Bengal, India – 700046
  • Phone: +9830133113
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday to Saturday (10 AM to 7 PM) Sunday (10 AM to 4 PM)

Triumph Bhubaneswar

  • NH-5, Pahal, Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India – 752101
  • Phone: +91 8599011669

M/s Shaman Motors Pvt Ltd

  • Ground Floor, Hubtown Viva, Western Express Highway, Andheri (E), Mumbai, India – 400060
  • Phone: +919619333033
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday to Saturday (10 AM to 6 PM)

B.U. Bhandari Automotive Pvt. Ltd.

  • A-3, Abhimanshree Society, Pashan Road, Pune, Maharashtra, India – 411008
  • Phone: 020 – 66858545
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday To Saturday (10 AM to 7 PM)

M/s Rebel Motorcycles Pvt Ltd

  • Plot 18, Banjara Green, Road no 12, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India – 500034
  • Phone: 91-9701299688
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday to Saturday (10 AM to 8:30 PM)

Martial Motorcycles Pvt. Ltd.

  • Door No: 40-5-8, Tikkle Road, Labbipet, Vijayawada, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India – 520010
  • Phone: +91 8897233456

Keerthi

  • Survey No.48/3, Primero Apts, Alape Village, NH75 Highway, Mangalore, India – 575001
  • Contact Number: +91 8197856276
  • OPENING TIMES: Opening & closing hours – 10:00AM – 7:00PM
  • Working days: Monday – Saturday

M/s Keerthi

  • Prestige Delta, #74, St. Marks Road, (Cash Pharmacy), Bangalore, Karnataka, India – 560025
  • Phone: +91-80-45112345
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday to Saturday (10 AM to 7 PM)

Harbour City Motors

  • Orange Motors No 30 Ethiraj ,Salai, Egmore, Chennai, India – 600008
  • Phone: 9884004658
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday To Saturday (10 AM to 8 PM) Sunday (10 AM to 7 PM)

Syamadynamic Motorcycles P Ltd

  • 30/13366 A1,Syama Business Centre, NH-Byepass,Vyttila, Kochi Kerala, India – 682019
  • Phone: 9645599933
  • OPENING TIMES: Monday to Saturday (10 AM to 7 PM)

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Latest Triumph Motorcycles Price List in India (November 2018) https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/latest-triumph-motorcycles-price-list/ https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/latest-triumph-motorcycles-price-list/#respond Tue, 20 Nov 2018 04:16:48 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=179822 Triumph Motorcycles is one of the most popular brands in India, presently retailing its product portfolio through 15 dealerships across India. It rivals Harley-Davidson and Kawasaki India’s lineup through products like Bonneville and Street Triple. They also have unique Tiger series of motorcycles that offers unmatched off-road adventure and balanced on-road highway performance. Also, the […]

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Triumph Motorcycles is one of the most popular brands in India, presently retailing its product portfolio through 15 dealerships across India. It rivals Harley-Davidson and Kawasaki India’s lineup through products like Bonneville and Street Triple. They also have unique Tiger series of motorcycles that offers unmatched off-road adventure and balanced on-road highway performance. Also, the Speed Triple is preparing for a 2018 update and will be back soon on the website.

Triumph Bikes Price List 2018
Triumph Street Triple RS offers Excellent Value for Money

Triumph Street Triple is the most popular motorcycle after the entire Bonneville series, bringing good numbers to Triumph and further raising the segment benchmark with RS variant. Both variants differ by almost INR 2 lakh (on-road). Bonneville series starts with Street Twin at INR 7.70 lakh. It comes out as a retro-modern commuter with powerful 900cc, twin cylinder engine. The output is 80 Nm at just 3230 rpm, making it ideal for city riding and occasional highway cruising with added accessories.

Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster was recently launched in India

Triumph Motorcycles Price List

**Ex-Showroom Pan-India**

Bonneville Series

  • Street Twin – INR 7.70 lakh
  • Street Scrambler – INR 8.60 lakh
  • Bonneville T100 – INR 8.70 lakh
  • Bonneville T120 – INR 9.78 lakh
  • Bonneville Bobber – INR 10.08 lakh
  • Bonneville Speedmaster – INR 11.11 lakh
  • Thruxton 1200 R – INR 11.92 lakh

Street Series

  • Street Triple S – INR 9.19 lakh
  • Street Triple RS – INR 11.13 lakh

Tiger Series

  • Tiger 800 XR – INR 11.99 lakh
  • Tiger 800 XRx – INR 13.39 lakh
  • Tiger 800 XCx – INR 14.03 lakh
  • Tiger 1200 XCx – INR 17.00 lakh

*Triumph recently discontinued the Rocket III and Thunderbird series in India.

Triumph Street Triple Key Specs

Displacement 765 cc
Maximum Power 123 PS @ 11700 rpm
Maximum Torque 77 Nm @ 10800 rpm
Number of Cylinders 3
Number of Gears 6
Seat Height 825 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 17.4 litres

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Complete Sales Report of Triumph Motorcycles (July 2018) https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/sales-triumph-motorcycles-july-2018/ https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/triumph/sales-triumph-motorcycles-july-2018/#respond Tue, 28 Aug 2018 06:11:21 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=259077 Latest Triumph Motorcycles Sales Report in India: Triumph is a premium motorcycle brand in the Indian market, competing against a wide range of companies, including the Harley-Davidson, Kawasaki, BMW Motorrad, Ducati, and Indian Motorcycles. The family of the Triumph motorcycles is divided into four categories, Adventure, Classics, Roadsters, and Cruisers. The most selling motorcycle by […]

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Latest Triumph Motorcycles Sales Report in India: Triumph is a premium motorcycle brand in the Indian market, competing against a wide range of companies, including the Harley-Davidson, Kawasaki, BMW Motorrad, Ducati, and Indian Motorcycles. The family of the Triumph motorcycles is divided into four categories, Adventure, Classics, Roadsters, and Cruisers.

The most selling motorcycle by the company is the Street Triple, selling a total of 21 units. It is rivalled by the Suzuki GSX-S750, which sold only 10 units in July 2018, and the Kawasaki Z900, which sold 19 units. The Street Triple outsold them both, portraying how competent the bike is in its segment.

Triumph Street Triple RS
Triumph Street Triple RS

The second most selling bike is the Tiger 800, which goes up against the Honda Africa Twin. In this case, the Africa Twin has outsold the Tiger series, selling 10 more bikes in the month of July 2018. This is perhaps because the Africa Twin is more capable than Tiger 800 but the buyers who want a serious off-roader, you should opt for the Tiger 1200.

Another bike from the company is the Bonneville Speedmaster, which rivals the Indian Scout in the price segment and the Harley Davidson 1200 Custom too. The Speedmaster had outsold the 1200 Custom which sold only 2 units in the month of July 2018. The Thunderbird is one of the poorly selling bikes from Triumph, not managing to provide the company with any sales last month. It competes against the Fat Bob from Harley-Davidson which sold 11 bikes in the month of July 2018, showing that the buyers prefer to buy a Harley if they want a cruiser.

2018 Triumph Tiger 800 Series
2018 Triumph Tiger 800 Series

Triumph Motorcycles Sales Report (July 2018)

  1. Street Triple – 21 units
  2. Tiger 800 – 8 units
  3. Street Scrambler – 8 units
  4. Bonneville Speedmaster – 5 units
  5. Street Twin – 3 units
  6. Bonneville T120 Range – 3 units
  7. Bonneville T100 – 1 unit
  8. Bonneville Bobber – 1 unit
  9. Tiger 1200 – 0 units
  10. Thruxton 1200 Range – 0 units
  11. Thunderbird – 0 units
  12.  Rocket III – 0 units

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Bajaj-Triumph’s 1st Product Would be a 650cc Motorcycle https://news.maxabout.com/bikes/bajaj-triumph-650cc-motorcycle/ Sun, 19 Aug 2018 13:26:08 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/?p=117877 As per the latest details available, Bajaj-Triumph is working a motorcycle that is expected to fall right into the category of Street 750 and upcoming Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. Benefits will vary for both the manufacturers as Triumph will get affordable manufacturing while Bajaj may get their hands on higher capacity motor for their future […]

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As per the latest details available, Bajaj-Triumph is working a motorcycle that is expected to fall right into the category of Street 750 and upcoming Royal Enfield Interceptor 650. Benefits will vary for both the manufacturers as Triumph will get affordable manufacturing while Bajaj may get their hands on higher capacity motor for their future projects.

Both the brands were in talks from last 10 years and took this as their perfect opportunity to bring growth bilaterally. The talks for this partnership actually began last year. Currently, the most affordable Triumph motorcycle in India is Street Twin at INR 7,70,000. Bajaj Auto, on the other hand, restricts its motorcycle range to wide range of audience till INR 1.62 lakh. They also manufacture KTM products ranging till INR 2.39 lakh but retail them under a totally separate performance moniker.

Bajaj-Triumph
Bajaj-Triumph’s 1st Product Would be a 650cc Motorcycle

As they partnered KTM and helped them become the number one sport bike seller of its segment, Triumph expects the same magic in much bigger engine segment than KTM. They are better known for their powerful street performance motorcycles and most probably, would use Bajaj’s experience in manufacturing a product at much lower cost than Triumph’s present lineup.

Modern Classic range will see a fresh face in coming months and that would be successfully exported to all existing markets of the British manufacturer. If presently surfacing reports are to be believed, the motorcycle would be priced around INR 4-5 lakh. They will first bring a 2-cylinder product around 600-650cc segment and then enter the single cylinder segment. This will result in a tough competitor to present mid capacity bike of India. Bajaj and Triumph have not even hinted about an unveil date but we expect to see a new camouflaged machine running on the Indian roads soon for sure.

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Triumph Speed Triple Frank Edition by Classified Moto https://news.maxabout.com/modified-bikes/triumph-speed-triple-frank-edition/ https://news.maxabout.com/modified-bikes/triumph-speed-triple-frank-edition/#respond Sat, 18 Aug 2018 11:13:00 +0000 https://news.maxabout.com/uncategorized/triumph-speed-triple-frank-by-classified-moto/ Triumph Speed Triple is one unconventional piece of art that proves speed in its name is present for a right reason. The quick, street friendly street fighter is like no other (except Street Triple), building its own identity through twin headlights, thin tail section and outstanding riding posture. Classified Moto recently made this amazing Speed Triple […]

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Triumph Speed Triple is one unconventional piece of art that proves speed in its name is present for a right reason. The quick, street friendly street fighter is like no other (except Street Triple), building its own identity through twin headlights, thin tail section and outstanding riding posture. Classified Moto recently made this amazing Speed Triple ‘Frank’ and that too with thumbs up opinion from the public. John Ryland must be proud of his work as demand for his custom built motorcycles saw a huge shot after Frank became a celebrity in motorcycle world. What makes Frank so unique? Let’s find it out.

A regular bug eyed Speed Triple would not carry these twin round headlights, one out of which carries a Yellow glass. A small rear view mirror is used on the left hand side of handlebar while this single flat seat makes it sure that Frank is ridden solo on all kinds of surfaces. Was Speed Triple made for variable surfaces? Not in stock condition.

Still, Frank was willing to taste the roads that would have been on its cousin Triumph Tiger list. That resulted in extra large rear wheel, almost derived from an off-road car and fitted at the rear through a fully custom built swing-arm. Frank comes with under seat exhaust, custom finished visible frame and a beautiful fabric finished fuel tank. They just used one custom exhaust unit while no changes were made to its engine components.

The 1050cc, three cylinder engine on the motorcycle is good for 125 BHP at 9300 rpm and 104.82 Nm at 7800 rpm. While the stock version was good for 214 kg, Frank’s weight stayed undisclosed. It seems to have gained weight with that huge ATV tyre at the rear end and Kenda dual purpose front tyre. Still, Frank can carry 17.5 liter of petrol and uses the stock suspension as well as braking components.

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