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Triumph Tiger Explorer

You, too, can ride like Steve McQueen

The Tiger Explorer has been designed with touring in mind. BRITISH bike maker Triumph is to unveil two new machines — and one very special edition — at this weekend’s Motorcycle Live show. Kicking off on Saturday the 19th and running until the 27th at the NEC Birmingham, it is the first chance for the […]

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Spotlight on ‘old school’ motorbikes

This Triumph racing machine is still a good looking machine today. A TRIBUTE to ‘old school’ British motorbike marques will be paid by the National Motorcycle Museum at next month’s Footman James Classic Motorbike Show. Taking place at Birmingham’s NEC from November 11-13, the Museum will show six fantastic bikes from the past, along with […]

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Triumph Tiger 800 proves it’s multi-talented

The Triumph Tiger is surprisingly capable, and can venture off-road when asked to. Triumph’s new Tiger 800 gives motoring writer and biker BOB HICKMAN something to get his claws into. Find out how he gets on as he subjects it to a thorough work-out. Sadly I am of an age that remembers when Triumph produced […]

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Norman Hyde expands Triumph accessory range

This custom-styled rear carrier improves luggage capacity. TRIUMPH specialist Norman Hyde has expanded his range of accessories for Triumph’s America and Speedmaster cruisers with British-crafted products designed to enhance both comfort and practicality on these capable big twins. Popular in the 1960′s and 1970′s, king & queen seats provide more comfortable passenger provision than the […]

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New bikes are Triumph’s for the adventurous

The Triumph Tiger 800XC is designed to appeal to adventure riders. TRIUMPH has just launched its all-new Tiger 800 and Tiger 800XC in the UK. Triumph’s new Tiger 800s have been well received by the media, with the two new models in the Tiger range based on completely new concepts, in a move which signals […]

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