Triumph Motorcycles


Here the name list of Triumph motorcycle/motorbike series.

BSA Rocket 3

The BSA Rocket 3/Triumph Trident was the last major motorcycle developed by Triumph Engineering at Meriden, West Midlands.

BSA Sunbeam

The Triumph Tigress, also sold as the BSA Sunbeam, was a scooter designed to have good performance and handling for the motorcycle enthusiast.

Tribsa

The Tribsa, or Tri-B.S.A., was a custom built café racer or off road motorcycle of the 1960s and 1970s.

Triton motorcycle

Triton motorcycles were not factory models but were hybrid bikes built in the 1960s and 1970s. Many were privately constructed but some London dealers offered complete bikes.

Triumph 6/1

The Triumph 6/1 is a motorcycle that was made by Triumph at their Coventry factory from 1934 to 1936. Designed by Val Page, the 6/1 was the first Triumph motorcycle to use a parallel-twin engine.

Triumph Adventurer 900

The Triumph Adventurer 900 is a British motorcycle that was made by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd at the Hinckley factory.

Triumph Bandit

The Triumph Bandit was a British motorcycle manufactured as a prototype by Triumph in 1970. Originally designed by Edward Turner (who was already retired from Triumph) as his last project but subsequently substantially modified at Triumph by a greatly critical Bert Hopwood and Doug Hele.

Triumph Bonneville

The Triumph Bonneville is a standard motorcycle featuring a parallel-twin four-stroke engine and manufactured in three generations over three separate production runs.

Triumph Bonneville 790

The Triumph Bonneville 790 cc is a British motorcycle that was designed and built in Hinckley, Leicestershire by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd between 2001 and 2007, when the engine size was increased to 865 cc.

Triumph Bonneville America

The Triumph Bonneville America is a British motorcycle designed and built in Hinckley, Leicestershire by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd.

Triumph Bonneville T100

The Bonneville T100 is a motorcycle designed and built by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd in Hinckley, Leicestershire, UK.

Triumph Bonneville T120

The Triumph Bonneville T120 is a British motorcycle that was designed by Triumph Engineering and built between 1959 and 1975, when it was discontinued in favour of the larger-engined T140.

Triumph Bonneville T140

The Triumph Bonneville T140 is a standard motorcycle with a 750 cc (46 cu in) capacity engine that was designed and built by Triumph Engineering at Meriden near Coventry.

Triumph Daytona 600

The Triumph Daytona 600 is a name given to two very different motorcycles.

Triumph Daytona 650

The Triumph Daytona 650 is a super sports bike built by British manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles in 2005.

Triumph Daytona 675

Introduced in 2006, the Triumph Daytona 675 is a three-cylinder sport bike, and the smallest of the Triumph triples.

Triumph Daytona 955i

The Triumph Daytona 955i is a sport bike manufactured by Triumph from 1997 to 2006. It was powered by a 955 cc (58.3 cu in) liquid cooled, inline three four stroke engine.

Triumph Legend 741cc

The Triumph Legend 741cc is a British motorcycle developed by Les Williams, the former Triumph racing manager.

Triumph Legend 964cc

The Triumph Legend 964 cc is British motorcycle developed by Les Williams, the former Triumph racing manager, the 'Legend' models were specials, each made after the demise of Triumph at Meriden from parts to specific customer requirements and based on the T160V Triumph Trident three cylinder engine with five speed gearbox and electric start.

Triumph Legend TT

The Triumph Legend TT is a British motorcycle that was made by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd from 1998 to 2001. Based on the three cylinder liquid cooled Triumph Thunderbird 900, the priority for the new Legend TT was affordability, so the designers reduced the initial cost by producing a stripped down hotrod version, with less chrome.

Triumph Model H

The Triumph Model H (also known as the 'Type H' and 'the Trusty') is British motorcycle made by Triumph Engineering Co Ltd in Coventry, England.

Triumph Quadrant

The so-called Triumph Quadrant (aka "Quadrent") was a "bitsa" designed and built in secret by Doug Hele in 1973. It was a 1,000 cc four-cylinder motorcycle made up from Trident parts (although the camshaft was sourced from outside the factory).

Triumph Ricardo

The Triumph Ricardo was a British single-cylinder motorcycle manufactured by the Triumph Engineering Co Ltd between 1921 and 1928. Named after engine designer Sir Harry Ricardo it featured an innovative four valve head design and was capable of over 70 mph, set three world speed records and won a gold medal in the 1923 International Six Day Trial.

Triumph Rocket III

The Triumph Rocket III is a three cylinder motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd. At 2,294 cc (140.0 cu in) it had the largest displacement engine of any mass production motorcycle, as of September 2010.

Triumph Scrambler

The Triumph Scrambler is a British motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles. Launched in 2006, it was the last Triumph styled by designer John Mockett, who had begun working with the small factory team at Triumph in 1989, rationalising existing models based on a very successful modular design plan, including the concept and styling of the unfaired Trident triples for their 1990 IFMA launch.

Triumph Speed Four

The Triumph Speed Four is a standard or streetfighter motorcycle made by Triumph from 2002 to 2006 as the naked, or non-faired brother of the TT600 sport bike introduced in 1999.

Triumph Speed Triple

The Triumph Speed Triple is a series of motorcycles produced by Triumph Motorcycles. In 1994 the reborn Triumph became one of the earliest adopters of the new streetfighter style.

Triumph Speed Twin

The Speed Twin 5T is a motorcycle that was made by Triumph at their Coventry, and later Meriden factories.

Triumph Speedmaster

The Speedmaster is a Triumph cruiser motorcycle designed and built in Hinckley, Leicestershire. Launched in 2002 with a 790 cc (48 cu in) twin-cylinder engine, the displacement was increased to 865 cc (52.8 cu in) in 2005 and the Speedmaster was upgraded to fuel injection in 2008.

Triumph Sprint 900

The Triumph Sprint 900 is a sport touring motorcycle manufactured by Triumph from 1991-1998 at their factory in Hinkley, Leicestershire.

Triumph Sprint ST

The Triumph Sprint ST is a sport touring motorcycle manufactured in the United Kingdom since 1999 by Triumph.

Triumph Street Triple

The Triumph Street Triple is a naked or streetfighter motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles, first released towards the end of 2007. The bike is closely modelled on the Speed Triple 1050 but uses a re-tuned inline three cylinder 675 cc engine from the Daytona 675 sport bike, which was released in 2006.

Triumph T140 TSX

The Triumph TSX was a British motorcycle credited by the factory as being designed in 1981–1982 by Triumph Motorcycles America (TMA), the factory's American arm.

Triumph T140W TSS

The T140W TSS was the last motorcycle model made by Triumph Engineering at their Meriden factory.

Triumph Thruxton 900

The Triumph Thruxton 900 is a twin-cylinder, air-cooled British motorcycle manufactured and marketed by Triumph Motorcycles and launched in 2004. The Thruxton is heavily based on the company's Bonneville model, with hallmark café racer-style modifications — including clip-on handlebars, rear foot controls ("rear sets"), small fly-screen, white faced instruments, reverse cone exhaust silencers and bodywork with a prominent rear seat cowl and contrasting racing stripe.

Triumph Thunderbird

The Triumph Thunderbird is a British motorcycle that was introduced by Triumph in 1949 and produced in many forms until 1966. The name was used three more times for new and distinct Triumph models.

Triumph Thunderbird (2009)

The Triumph Thunderbird is Triumph motorcycle made in Hinckley, England, and sold since June 2009. The name "Thunderbird" is revived from a previous Triumph three-cylinder 885 cc bike.

Triumph Thunderbird 900

The Triumph Thunderbird 900 is a British motorcycle that was manufactured between 1995 and 2004 by Triumph Motorcycles at the Hinckley factory.

Triumph Tiger

Triumph Tiger is the name used by a number of current and former motorcycles made by the British company Triumph Engineering and its modern successor Triumph Motorcycles Ltd.

Triumph Tiger 100

The Tiger 100 (T100) was a standard motorcycle first made by Triumph at their Coventry factory for 1939.

Triumph Tiger 1050

The Triumph Tiger 1050 is a continuation of the Triumph Tiger motorcycle model line from the Triumph Tiger 955i produced in Hinckley, England by Triumph Motorcycles.

Triumph Tiger 80

The Triumph Tiger 80 is a British motorcycle first made by Triumph from 1937. There was also a 250cc Tiger 70 and a 500cc Tiger 90. Production of the Tiger ended with the outbreak of World War II and never resumed after the Triumph works at Priory Street in Coventry were completely destroyed during The Blitz in 1940 by heavy German bombing.

Triumph Tiger 800

The Triumph Tiger 800 is a dual-sport motorcycle launched in 2010 by British manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles.

Triumph Tiger 900

The original Tiger 900, manufactured by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd was introduced in 1993 and remained in production with minor improvements until 1998. Known to its fans as the 'Steamer', a nickname identifying it as a Hinckley Tiger, not a Meriden Tiger, and also distinguishing it as a carburettor, not fuel injected engine, this 885 cc dual sport motorcycle sold in comparatively small numbers in its native UK, but with some relative success in the USA and continental Europe, particularly Germany.

Triumph Tiger 955i

The Triumph Tiger 955i (T709EN) is a dual-sport motorcycle that was produced by Triumph Motorcycles between 2001 and 2006.

Triumph Tiger Cub

The Triumph Tiger Cub was a 200 cc single-cylinder British motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles at their Meriden factory.

Triumph Tiger Daytona

The Triumph Tiger Daytona is a motorcycle made by Triumph from 1967 to 1974.

Triumph Tiger Explorer

The Triumph Tiger Explorer is a dual-sport motorcycle that was announced by British company Triumph Motorcycles at the EICMA show in November 2011. There are currently 2 models available; Tiger Explorer and Tiger Explorer XC.

Triumph Tiger T110

The Triumph Tiger 110 is a British sports motorcycle that Triumph first made at their Coventry factory between 1953 and 1961. The T110 was developed from the Triumph Thunderbird and first appeared in 1954.

Triumph Tiger Trail

The Triumph Tiger Trail was a motorcycle model manufactured by Triumph Motorcycles at the Meriden factory.

Triumph Tigress

The Triumph Tigress, also sold as the BSA Sunbeam, was a scooter designed to have good performance and handling for the motorcycle enthusiast.

Triumph Tina

The Triumph Tina was a small and low-performance scooter with a 100 cc two-stroke engine, an automatic transmission, and a handlebar carry basket.

Triumph TR5 Trophy

The TR5 Trophy was a standard motorcycle made by Triumph Engineering at the Meriden factory between 1949 and 1958.

Triumph TR6 Trophy

The TR6 Trophy is a motorcycle that was made by Triumph, in Meriden, from 1956 to 1973, when it was replaced by the five-speed 750-cc Triumph Tiger TR7V.

Triumph TR65 Thunderbird

The Triumph TR65 Thunderbird was a motorcycle made by the Triumph worker's co-operative at the Meriden factory from 1981 to 1983. The TR65 was a reintroduction of the Triumph Thunderbird model name first used on the original 6T Thunderbird of 1949.

Triumph Trident

The Triumph Trident is a three-cylinder motorcycle of either 750cc or 900cc capacity. These bikes were produced at Hinkley from 1990 onwards by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd, the successor to the defunct Triumph Engineering at Meriden.

Triumph Triple

The Triumph Triples are a family of modern dohc inline three-cylinder motorcycle engines made from 1990 onwards by the Triumph Motorcycle Company at their Hinkley factory.

Triumph Trophy

The Triumph Trophy is a touring motorcycle launched by Triumph in 2012. It features a 1,215 cc (74.1 cu in) liquid-cooled, 12-valve, straight-three engine, which is mated to a six-speed gearbox and shaft drive.

Triumph TT600

Introduced in 2000, the TT 600 is a middleweight sport bike built by Triumph.

Triumph Twenty One

The Triumph Twenty One (also known as the 3TA) is a standard motorcycle made by Triumph Engineering Co Ltd in Coventry.

Triumph X-75 Hurricane

The Triumph X-75 Hurricane was a 'factory special' motorcycle designed by fairing specialist Craig Vetter.