44Teeth, a YouTube channel, got to ride the new test mule from Triumph on a dry day following the Silverstone wash-out of the MotoGP event. Here is their ride report, along with
The 2019 Moto2 Championship sees the entire grid switching to Triumph three-cylinder engines, which has the potential to shake-up the series, and provide an alternative to the Kalex monopoly.
This marks a significant moment in Triumph's racing history with the new 765cc Triple Moto2 race engine taking to the track at a Grand Prix weekend
We know that we won't see a Triumph Daytona 765 for next year, though the British brand says "maybe" about a potential future model. Meanwhile, Honda and Yamaha
But before we get into that, we get some news out of the way, namely the Triumph Scrambler 1200 that will debut in October.
Getting into the meat of things, we talk extensively on the show about
motor seemed low-powered: That was until we ran all the bikes away from the lights at once, and the Triumph took the lead. It's a great motor once you realize it has to be revved. There's not too
This is similar to the deals that KTM and Triumph have with Bajaj, and what BMW Motorrad has with TVS. Nothing new to see here.
Talk in India also suggests
Honda has reportedly given up on offering the CBR600RR in Europe, where it does not meet Euro 4 requirements, and Triumph has quietly said goodbye to the Daytona 675 (while playing coy about whether the 765cc Street Triple engine being pressed
The triumph was well-timed for Texter, who was in need of a top performance after failing to advance out of the
24, when the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 makes its debut. Interestingly, the launch date would put the Scrambler 1200 after Intermot and AIMEXPO, which means