Triumph Releases New Motorcycle Apparel Collections
Triumph Apparel Collections
Triumph, the fastest growing motorcycle brand in North America, is offering a broad range of premium apparel that includes collections in partnership with Johnson Motors, UHL Studios and Mods vs. Rockers Chicago.
On Johnson Motors’ 75th anniversary year, Triumph and Johnson Motors have joined again with the release of three t-shirts carefully selected from an archive collection of extensive Johnson Motors memorabilia.
Johnson Motors supplied Triumph motorcycles to some of Hollywood’s biggest film classics and cult movies, including The Wild One, The Great Escape, Dirty Harry, Shampoo, and Coogan’s Bluff.
All three tees come in an oversized replica of the Cycle Bath tin can originally distributed by Johnson Motors to Triumph dealers in the 1950s. The Cycle Bath was a special motorcycle wash for cleaning your Triumph motorcycle.
Faithfully reproduced with vintage graphics, these premium 100% cotton shirts are made in California from ringspun slub yarn knitted in downtown Los Angeles for a vintage look and feel. The Johnson Motors t-shirts in the commemorative Cycle Bath can and are available at Triumph Motorcycles dealers throughout North America and online at shop.triumphmotorcycles.com for $49.99.
Triumph Motorcycles and UHL Studios collaborated to produce a collection of premium t-shirts designed by artists David Uhl and Danial James.
Inspired by Triumph’s timeless motorcycles and British heritage, the “UHL Live Fast” t-shirt (MSRP $47.99) features two distinct styles in one unique, reversible tee.
One design captures an edgy style with a skull rider as the back graphic on a dark blue ground, while the reverse side features a classic union flag graphic with the Triumph Logo on a medium blue ground over a mineral wash.
All Triumph by UHL Studios tees are made in the USA of 100% cotton in men’s and women’s sizes.
See the full range at select Triumph dealers and at shop.triumphmotorcycles.com.
Fifty years ago, England’s scooter-riding “Mods” and café racer motorcycle-riding “Rockers” were rival youth movements whose run-ins were sensationalized by the British tabloids to mythic proportions. Triumph was there in ‘64 and is here again today to team up with Mods vs. Rockers Chicago (the largest vintage motorcycle and scooter rally in the U.S.A )to bring you this exclusive collection.
This authentic line of men’s and women’s apparel is made in the U.S.A. for year-round comfort and style. See the full range, including the Rockers T (shown, MSRP $37.99), at your local Triumph dealer or online at shop.triumphmotorcycles.com.
The “Old Timers” social organization was founded by Los Angeles motorcycling enthusiast Ashley Franklin Van Order in 1936. Now known as the Trailblazers Motorcycle Club, this collection of Triumph Genuine Apparel pays homage to the group’s annual meetings, which have been held since 1940. See the full range at your local Triumph dealer or online at shop.triumphmotorcycles.com.