A watershed moment in the modern age of motorcycling

THE MILLIONTH TRIUMPH

 

As well as celebrating 120 years of this iconic British brand, we are also excited to unveil The Millionth Triumph, a landmark motorcycle of the modern Triumph era.

 
 

Triumph has reached a historic milestone in its modern era with the reveal of The Millionth motorcycle built since the brand’s return in 1990.  Unveiled at Triumph’s HQ by Nick Bloor, CEO, The Millionth Triumph is a one-off custom painted model of Triumph’s class-leading Tiger 900 Rally Pro.

Featuring a unique and sophisticated silver paint scheme hand-painted by Triumph’s expert paint shop.

With its unique paint scheme and Millionth Triumph graphics, this milestone motorcycle will be displayed on Triumph’s stand at this year’s UK Motorcycle Live show and then in Triumph’s Factory Visitor Experience in a new, specially created 120-year anniversary display.

 
 
classic Triumph

The Triumph Factory Visitor Experience is free to visit and is located at Triumph’s HQ in Hinckley, England.

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