On paper, the all-new Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS has all the right ingredients for the perfect super-naked. So, to prove this, we jump onboard to put this claim to test on Indian roads.[Read more…]
These are two stilted mid-sized tourers that cater to different folk, both of which housing strong pros. So, which one would suit you better?[Read more…]
The 2021 Triumph Speed Twin was launched in the international market on June 1. The motorcycle will not be up for grabs in India till at least September this year but however, Triumph dealerships across India have started to accept bookings for the Speed Twin at an amount of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,00,000.
The all-new 2021 Triumph Bonneville Bobber has been launched in India at Rs 11.75 lakh ex-showroom and will feature a number of capabilities of the Bobber Black variant. [Read more…]
The new limited-edition Triumph Scrambler 1200 Steve McQueen celebrates the most famous movie star and motorcycle buff. Only 1000 units of the Steve McQueen edition are available worldwide, and India will get only a handful of this ultra-exclusive models.
For 2021, Triumph have launched an all-new Tiger, the 850 Sport, which replaces the standard Tiger 900. Here is our first ride report.
The alloy-wheeled Tiger may look tame but we felt it just hides the aggression better. We spent a few days with it on our roads to see what it feels like
We spend a day and over 220 kilometres with the Triumph Trident, the British marque’s latest entry-level roadster.
Triumph’s all-new entry-level Trident is powered by a 660-cc triple and is poised to take on the top-selling competition head-on with British style, a charismatic engine, and, according to Triumph, class-leading handling and value for money. We travel to Tenerife, Spain, to find out.
The Triumph Trident 660 has been launched at Rs 6.95 lakh (ex-showroom)