Triumph also manufactures a variety of standard and sport motorcycles that range from the iconic Bonneville to class leading sport bikes that include the Daytona 675, Street Triple and Speed Triple.While Triumph initially gained global notoriety for its motorcycles in the 1950s and 60s, the company encountered difficulties in the 1970s. In 1983, British entrepreneur John Bloor purchased the marquee and immediately began working on its return to prominence. Triumph re- emerged to the world stage in 1990 with a new line of classic parallel twin and innovative three- cylinder motorcycles that have become the hallmarks of the Triumph model range."Triumph has proven itself time and again as a resilient company with tremendous appeal and a strong, loyal customer base," continued Ellis. "We are extremely excited about the future as a lot of new models in the works at Triumph and we continue to develop a great line of rider accessories and clothing that are all available through our expanding dealer network."