Triumph’s 765cc triple engine, initially introduced with the 2017 Street Triple, has proven to be a game-changer in both the street and racing world.

  • Since the 2019 race season, Triumph’s 765cc triple has been the driving force behind all Moto2 racing machines, impressing with its reliability and power on the track.
  • Triumph will continue as Moto2 engine supplier until 2029. 


The success of this partnership led Dorna to extend Triumph’s contract as the sole engine supplier for the Moto2 series until 2029. Carlos Ezpeleta, Chief Sporting Officer of Dorna, expressed his satisfaction with the collaboration, citing “great racing, record-breaking performances, and impressive reliability” as key factors in the decision.

Steve Sargent, Triumph’s Chief Product Officer, highlighted the introduction of a new racing gearbox, set to improve track performance. The engineering team is already working on enhancements for gear selection, with testing planned after this year’s Moto2 races.

Currently tuned to produce 145 horsepower, with a recent increase in RPM to 14,400, the Triumph Moto2 engines continue to set new standards for performance. 

For enthusiasts seeking a taste of the Moto2 experience, the Triumph Street Triple RS Moto2 Edition offers a glimpse, boasting the same powerful engine, along with Öhlins suspension and Brembo Stylema monoblock calipers for precision handling.

Triumph’s 765cc triple engine has undoubtedly left a lasting mark on the racing world, and its continued presence in Moto2 promises more exciting races and record-breaking moments in the years to come.

British motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph Motorcycles has been given the nod to continue as the Moto World Championship engine supply for at least three more years.

Triumph was recognized as the official Moto2 engine partner since 2019, taking over from Honda, who supplied a 4-cylinder CBR6000 engine from 2010 to 2018.

Moto2 then opted for the Triumph 3-cylinder 765cc engine, and the decision has proven to be a success with 14 different riders won a Grand Prix race, including 34 new lap records.

With the current deal set to expire at the end of the 2021 season, the 3-year extension will see the British marquee continue supplying the 765cc engine to the end of 2024.

Triumph Chief Product Officer Steve Sargent said in a statement,” I’m very pleased to announce the signing of a new three-year contract where Triumph will continue to provide the power behind Moto2.

“This has been a success for Triumph in every dimension, and you’ll be pleased to hear that we are committed to developing the performance of the 765cc Triple Moto2 engine, and we have improvements planned for the engine for 2022 and 2023.

“So, we hope from that you will continue to see the breaking of more lap records, top speeds, and we’re going to see Moto2 as the exciting racing spectacle that it truly is.”

  • Last week, three players of the Moto2 championship went to Aragon to test out their chassis with Triumph’s 765cc triple-cylinder engine.

  • Kalex, KTM, and NTS all reported positive results where they clocked in similar lap times as the current 2018 championship after just two days of testing.

  • 2019 will see the biggest change to the Moto2 intermediate class with its new engine and electronics package.

We’ve passed the first half of the year and with all the action plus drama the boys from Moto3, Moto2, and MotoGP have been giving us, it won’t be long before the 2019 season starts. This brings the biggest change to the intermediate class with a brand new triple-cylinder engine swap from Triumph. (more…)

  • Images of the 2019 MV Agusta Moto2 race bike have been released by the brand.

  • The rendered images give us a taste of what the MV Agusta Forward Racing bike will look like.

  • The team will have a slight advantage as they are very experienced with triple cylinder engines and supersport machines.

It was only last month that MV Agusta that they will be returning to the world of MotoGP in 2019 after a 42-year absence. A four-year deal has been signed with the Forward Racing team which will see them compete in a brand new reworked intermediate class that will run Triumph’s 765cc inline-three engine. (more…)


  • Triumph Motorcycles baru sahaja memfailkan satu cap dagang (trademark) terbaru untuk nama Daytona dan ianya mungkin sekali untuk motosikal Triumph Daytona 765 2019.
  • Pemohonan itu telah dibuat di Amerika Syarikat dan juga Eropah bagi memastikan tiada sebarang masalah apabila model baru itu dilancarkan.
  • Dan dengan pembekalan enjin 765cc baru bagi musim 2019 Moto2 oleh Triumph, motosikal Daytona yang baru ini sudah pasti motosikal yang sesuai untuk dipasarkan.


Triumph Motorcycles has filed a brand new trademark for the Daytona name and it might just be for the 2019 Triumph Daytona 765.

The applications were made in the US and Europe to ensure that there’s no issue when the new model is launched.

With Triumph supplying the new 765cc engine for the 2019 Moto2 season, the new Daytona would be the perfect bike to promote.

Some news have been travelling in relations to British bike manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles and the possibility of an all-new 2019 Triumph Daytona 765. It seems that they have filed some applications for a new trademark for the name ‘Triumph Daytona’ in the United States and Europe. (more…)

  • Bagi tahun 2017, Triumph Motorcycles telah menjual lebih daripada 63,000 motosikal mereka melalui pengedar mereka di seluruh dunia.
  • Sebanyak 63,404 unit telah terjual yang mana ianya mendatangkan hasil jualan sebanyak £498.5 juta (RM2.7 Billion).
  • Triumph meraih keuntungan sebanyak £24.7 juta (RM134 juta), iaitu peningkatan sebanyak 48% dari peningkatan jualan sebanyak 22% di seluruh dunia.


For 2017, Triumph Motorcycles sold over 63,000 motorcycles from their dealerships around the globe.

63,404 units were sold which translates to £498.5 million (RM2.7 billion) in sales revenue.

Triumph made £24.7 million (RM134 million) in profits which is a 48% increase thanks to a 22% rise in sales worldwide.

With the current standpoint of the world’s ever fluctuating market for motorcycles, Triumph Motorcycles was proud to announce that they have seen a growth in sales for 2017 despite the economic conditions in which some other manufacturers experienced a significant drop. (more…)

Triumph has begun their efforts to develop their 765cc Moto2 engine after being appointed as the main engine supplier for the MotoGP intermediate class in 2019.

The 2019 Moto2 Championship Engine Development Prototype race machine has been put through its phase of ongoing R&D and track session with the help of Moto2 rider, Julian Simon.

Triumph’s 765cc engine has been modified extensively from custom cylinder heads, titanium valves, race kit alternator, race slipper clutch, race ECU and many more.

The 2019 Moto2 Championship is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated race categories as Triumph begins developing their 765cc three-cylinder engine in their efforts to become the main engine supplier for the MotoGP intermediate class. (more…)

Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia (Fast Bikes Sdn Bhd) has officially launched three new 2018 Triumph Street Triple models which are the S, R Low Ride Height (LRH) and the RS.

The latest generation high-performance naked motorcycles by Triumph cater to all sorts of riders from beginners to the most hardcore track day riders.

The 2018 Triumph Street Triple S, R and RS are priced at RM52,900, RM59,900 and RM66,900 respectively (basic prices with GST).

Fast Bikes Sdn Bhd (Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia) has officially launched the highly-awaited 2018 Triumph Street Triple 765 series earlier today. The latest Street Triple range series consists of three new exciting models; the Street Triple Low Ride Height (LRH), Street Triple S and the top of the range Street Triple RS. (more…)

















  • Pendahulu kejohanan Moto3 semasa Joan Mir akan berpindah ke Moto2 pada tahun 2018 untuk berlumba bagi pasuka EG 0,0 Marc VDS.
  • Mir dan pasukan Moto2 terbarunya itu telah menandatangani perjanjian tiga tahun untuk berlumba dari tahun 2018 hingga 2020 dalam kategori Moto2.
  • Joan Mir dan pasukan Moto3 semasanya, Leopard Racing, sedang mendahului kejohanan dengan tiga kemenangan perlumbaan dan dua penamat atas podium dalam tujuh pusingan yang lalu.



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