Triumph Motorcycles Factory Visitor ExperienceTriumph Motorcycles has launched a factory Visitor Experience that showcases Triumph’s 115-year history of not only motorcycle design, but also racing and popular culture.It all begins in the Triumph Visitor Centre in Hinckley, which opens November 1, and is free to the public. For an extra £15, you can take a 90-minute tour of the Triumph facilities.
During the tour, Triumph will explain how it designs and makes motorcycles, like the all-new Bobber Black and Bonneville Speedmaster. But you’ll also get a closeup look at one of the rarest collections of Triumphs in the world, including the following:
- Legendary Triumph movie bikes, from Steve McQueen’s original Great Escape movie bike, not seen since filming completed in 1962, to Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible 2 Speed Triple
- Rare original models from the brands 115 year history, including the 1902 Triumph No1, 1919 Triumph ‘Trusty’ Model H used during the First World War, the 1959 Bonneville, and all of the brand’s legends with the Hurricane X75, T595 Trident and original ‘94 Speed Triple
- Priceless racing and land speed Triumphs, including the original 1956 Bonneville salt flats record smashing streamliner
- Triumph signing a non-equity partnership with Bajaj, the world’s third-largest manufacturer, to develop its global coverage of the world motorcycle market
- Triumph signing a global partnership with Dorna (MotoGPTM) to become the official engine supplier to the Moto2TM Championship from 2019
- Triumph delivering a landmark fourth consecutive year of growth, and record sales
of more than 63,000, with 15 new motorcycle models launched in the last two years.