Triumph Motorcycles has completed triumphant three years in India. The British bike manufacturer has an extensive range of motorcycles in its portfolio in the country catering to five different riding categories.
The company boasts of 16 models across 5 riding categories, has 14 world class dealerships in the country, rider association in 13 different locations, Tiger training academy, and awards to its credit in India.
One of the most recognisable and popular model, the Bonneville or "Bonnie" as they call it. They also have the cafe-racer Thruxton, iconic naked roadsters Speed Triple, the off-road motorcycles Tiger 800XC and Explorer, the supersport bike Daytona 675R and the cruisers Thunderbird Storm and Rocket III.
Triumph believes that each of their products which entered India will dedicate to delivering a great riding experience through a combination of well balanced, easy to handle chassis and strong and flexible engines.
Triumph Motorcycles is known to have started building it iconic motorcycles from 1902 and currently has over 750 dealerships around the world.
The company has its headquarters in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England and was funded by John Bloor, the owner of Triumph Motorcycles.
Triumph has a range of new 750cc to 900cc triple-cylinder bikes and 1000cc to 1200cc four-cylinder motorcycles.
Globally, the bike maker also has celebrity themes line of clothing with the old marque such as Marlon Brando, Bob Dylan, James Dean, Elvis Presley and most importantly a special edition Bonneville on Steve McQueen used in the movie ‘The Great Escape'.
Triumph Motorcycles in India showcased its bike for the first time at the 2012 Auto Expo in Delhi with whole range of bikes. Finally, Triumph launched its motorcycles in 2013 with the Bonneville, Speed Triple and the Daytona being assembled in India and the others were of CBU.