Triumph Motorcycles

Salah satu pengumuman terbesar tahun ini dalam dunia permotoran adalah Triumph sedang bekerja untuk membina motosikal motokros yang pertama nya.

Selepas itu, ada berbulan-bulan penuh godaan dan info yang tersebar.

Dan sekarang, masanya dah tiba untuk Triumph mengumumkan secara rasmi model terbarunya, yang dikenali sebagai TF 250-X.


One of the biggest announcements this year in the world of motorcycling was that Triumph was working on building a motocross bike. 

That was quickly followed by months of teasing and info drops. 

And now the time has finally come for Triumph to officially unveil its latest model and it is known as the TF250-X. 


Triumph is back with an updated 2024 Tiger 900 range that boasts more power, enhanced capabilities, and improved comfort. The lineup now includes the Tiger 900 GT, GT Pro, and Rally Pro, all offering significant performance and feature upgrades.

Under the hood, the iconic three-cylinder engine of the Tiger 900 has undergone a major overhaul. This update results in a 13% boost in power, delivering a robust 108PS of peak power and an increased peak torque of 90Nm. The revised engine components also improve low-end tractability. The unique T-plane crank and offset firing intervals maintain the characteristic performance and sound of the Tiger 900 while delivering enhanced performance across the entire rev range and up to 9% better fuel efficiency.

The 2024 Tiger 900 range introduces advanced safety features, including improved braking for better control and reduced stopping distances. It also includes an emergency deceleration warning system that activates hazard lights during rapid braking and automatically deactivates them when you resume normal riding.

The new models feature prominent marker lights for better visibility at night and in adverse weather conditions. They are equipped with new 7″ TFT instruments with updated graphics and menus, along with a USB-C cockpit charger. My Triumph Bluetooth connectivity is now standard across all models.

The redesigned rider seat offers improved comfort for long-distance rides, with heated seats available on the GT Pro and Rally Pro models. All models feature a 20mm seat height adjustability, and there’s an option for a heated low rider seat, reducing the seat height by an additional 20mm. This results in a lower seat height as low as 800mm for GT models, enhancing accessibility.

A new damped handlebar mounting system enhances the ride’s comfort, while the Rally Pro’s enhanced handlebar position, positioned 15mm closer, facilitates a more agile ride, whether sitting or standing.

The 2024 Tiger 900 range receives a stylish makeover with new bodywork, giving each motorcycle a more aggressive and adventure-oriented appearance. The addition of contemporary paint schemes and graphics completes the refreshed look.

Triumph offers a wide selection of accessories for the new Tiger 900, including the Performance, Protection, Trekker, and Expedition kits, with more than 50 accessories in total. These kits provide various options to customize your ride.

The new Tiger 900 maintains its class-leading specifications, featuring:

  • Optimized cornering ABS and traction control with an IMU
  • Up to six riding modes, including Road, Rain, Sport, and Off-Road (with Rider Configurable for GT Pro and Rally Pro and Off-Road Pro for Rally Pro)
  • All-LED lighting
  • Triumph Shift Assist (GT Pro & Rally Pro)
  • Heated grips and seats (GT Pro & Rally Pro)
  • Illuminated switches
  • Tire pressure monitoring system (GT Pro & Rally Pro)
  • Brembo Stylema Monobloc brakes
  • Model-specific premium suspension tuned for maximum road and off-road capability

The Tiger 900’s engine, known for its distinctive T-plane crank and triple exhaust note, has been further improved. It now boasts 13% more power, reaching an impressive 108PS. This power increase is felt throughout the rev range, resulting in a more robust mid-range and improved acceleration. The Tiger 900 delivers a versatile performance, making it suitable for both low-speed city rides and high-speed touring, as well as technical off-road adventures.

Each model in the Tiger 900 range features specific suspension setups to cater to different rider needs. The GT comes with Marzocchi suspension, while the GT Pro offers electronically adjustable rear suspension. The Rally Pro is equipped with Showa suspension, providing versatility on all types of roads.

The range offers a balance between road handling and off-road capability, with the GT and GT Pro featuring cast alloy wheels and the Rally Pro using tubeless spoked wheels for pure off-road performance.

All three Tiger 900 models are equipped with Brembo Stylema brake calipers, ensuring effective stopping power and a responsive lever feel for controlled and smooth braking.

The 2024 Tiger 900 incorporates new active safety features to enhance visibility on the road. Optimized cornering ABS and Traction Control are standard, with multiple riding modes to suit various conditions. The GT Pro and Rally Pro models provide additional customization for riders. Triumph’s Slip and Assist clutch system offers a light clutch lever action to reduce rider fatigue.

The Pro models also feature the Triumph Shift Assist system, enabling clutch-less gear changes. My Triumph Connectivity System is standard on all Tiger 900 models, providing access to music, phone, and turn-by-turn navigation through a user-friendly 7″ TFT display.

Comfort is a priority with the redesigned seat, featuring 20mm adjustability and heated options on the Pro models. A damped handlebar mounting system and improved handlebar position contribute to a more comfortable and agile ride.

The Tiger 900 range embraces a bold and adventure-focused look with redesigned bodywork and striking paint schemes. Over 50 accessories and four accessory kits are available, including a new Akrapovič silencer for weight reduction and improved sound.

Triumph’s 2024 Tiger 900 range offers more power, enhanced capabilities, advanced safety features, and improved comfort, making it a formidable choice for riders seeking a versatile and adventure-ready motorcycle.

The latest addition to Triumph’s lineup, the Stealth Edition motorcycles, introduces a captivating, darker aesthetic to the renowned British brand.

These Stealth Edition bikes, totaling eight in number and are of Bonneville derivatives, step in as successors to the previous year’s Chrome Collection, which had itself replaced the 2021 Gold Line models.

This exclusive collection comprises the following Triumph Bonneville derivatives: the Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster (red), Triumph Bonneville Bobber (purple), Triumph Bonneville T100 (blue), Triumph Bonneville T120 (blue), Triumph Bonneville T120 Black (black), Triumph Speed Twin 1200 (red), Triumph Speed Twin 900 (green), and Triumph Scrambler 900 (orange).

Each of these motorcycles in the collection boasts a unique color scheme, with the hue elegantly adorning the fuel tank and gradually transitioning to a stylish graphite black towards the front of the tank.

It’s important to note that none of these bikes receive any performance enhancements or technical alterations. The Stealth Edition bikes are primarily a visual transformation compared to their standard counterparts.

Triumph has underlined that the Stealth Edition bikes are hand-painted in a custom style and, similar to the previous Chrome Collection and Gold Line, will only be available for a limited duration of one year. Enthusiasts can already place orders for these models at Triumph dealers, and these bikes are expected to be available in dealerships from February 2024.

In a thrilling display of power, precision, and fanfare, Triumph Motorcycles unveiled their eagerly awaited 250cc motocross bike at the SuperMotocross World Championship Final held at the iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Saturday, September 23, 2023.

  • Spectators at the event were treated to a spectacular show as two new Triumph motocross bikes made a grand entrance, accompanied by a dazzling array of pyrotechnics and fanfare that left the audience in awe.
  • The event marked the public debut of the production-specification motocross bike, generating immense excitement and anticipation among the motocross community.

The honor of piloting Triumph’s new motocross machine fell to none other than Jeff ‘Six Time’ Stanton, a legendary figure in the motocross world who clinched his last championship victory at the Coliseum.

Stanton, who currently serves as the manager of Triumph’s Adventure Experience in the United States, demonstrated the bike’s capabilities with finesse and enthusiasm. Joining him was motocross icon Ricky Carmichael, often hailed as the Greatest of All Time (GOAT), who showcased a bike featuring his unique graphics and non-standard specification components.

A significant announcement came during the event, as the date for the full reveal of the new Triumph 250cc motocross bike was unveiled on giant screens within the stadium. Enthusiasts and fans can mark their calendars for November 28, 2023, when all the details about this exciting addition to the motocross world will be unveiled.

Speaking to his fellow commentators after his exhilarating ride, Ricky Carmichael expressed his enthusiasm, saying, “I’m so happy to finally show the fans what we’ve been working on for the past 4 years. The bike feels great, it looks great, and it’s fast. I’m really pleased with what we’ve delivered, and I can’t wait until we can share the final details on November 28th.”

Jeff Stanton, reflecting on his triumphant return to the Coliseum aboard the Triumph, commented, “The Coliseum is a special place for me, and to be back here on the Triumph is an absolute honor for me. The new graphics look like nothing else in the paddock and give the bike a really sharp and distinctive new look that I think the fans are going to love.”

In conjunction with the bike’s unveiling, Triumph also launched its brand-new Triumph Racing website and social media channels. To stay updated on all the action and developments, enthusiasts are encouraged to follow Triumph Racing on Instagram and Facebook under the handle @OfficialTriumphRacing.

Triumph Motorcycles has unveiled the final installment in its ‘Vision to Reality’ film series, featuring motocross legend Ricky Carmichael and up-and-coming amateur Evan Ferry.

  • The film showcases the last stage of testing for Triumph’s highly anticipated new 250cc motocross bike.
  • The highly-anticipated 250cc MX bike is set to take the brand’s to new heights. 

Ricky Carmichael, known for his unparalleled skills in the motocross world, praised the bike for its balanced design and agility. “It’s really balanced, it’s good how it pulls coming out of the corner, it’s very nimble. When you see a line, boom, you can do it,” Carmichael said in the film. 

Watch the video below: 

He was joined by Evan Ferry, an emerging talent in motocross who has also participated in the bike’s testing program. Ferry seemed especially impressed with the bike’s frame. “They found something special with the frame. I don’t think I’ve ever felt something like that,” Ferry added.

The ‘Vision to Reality’ films have been rolling out as a teaser leading up to the grand reveal of the new 250cc bike. These films offer a behind-the-scenes look, introducing viewers to the team behind the development, as well as glimpses into the all-new aluminum chassis and engine. 

While the release date for the bike remains under wraps, the buzz around the final film suggests that motorcycle enthusiasts are in for a treat when the bike finally hits the market.


The anticipation for Triumph Motorcycles’ highly anticipated motocross bike has reached a fever pitch as the company unveils an exciting series of ‘Vision to Reality’ films, offering an intimate look into the meticulous development process behind the bike’s revolutionary chassis and engine.

  • With its launch scheduled later this year, Triumph’s latest masterpiece promises to revolutionize the world of motocross.
  • Triumph has taken enthusiasts on a journey deep into the heart of their innovation hub.

The ‘Vision to Reality’ films grant viewers a rare glimpse behind the curtain, offering a front-row seat to exclusive interviews with the brilliant minds responsible for crafting the all-new aluminum chassis and engine. Through these interviews, riders and fans alike gain insights into the engineering marvel that has been meticulously designed to cater to a diverse range of abilities.

Motocross legend and Triumph Ambassador Ricky Carmichael, who is known for his unmatched prowess on the track, highlighted the distinctive features of the new engine. “This engine has its own identity,” Carmichael remarked, “and I think one of the best things about it is the way that it’s designed and developed, which enables riders with a very wide range of abilities to be able to ride the bike. It’s light and compact, and the power delivery is great for all forms of riders.”

You can catch the exclusive behind-the-scene series HERE.

The ‘Vision to Reality’ films also shine a spotlight on the exceptional team of individuals who have brought this motocross dream to life. High-profile members from the Triumph Racing fold, including Bobby Hewitt, Dave Arnold, Ivan Tedesco, Stephen ‘Scuba’ Westfall from the SuperMotocross team, and Vincent Bereni from the MX2 team, share their perspectives on the journey from conceptualization to realization.

As the world counts down to the grand unveiling, excitement is palpable in the motocross community. Mark your calendars for September 5th, when Ricky Carmichael will finally take the new Triumph Motocross bike for a ride, providing enthusiasts with a tantalizing taste of the thrilling experience that awaits them.

Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia has reintroduced the Tiger Sport 660 for the local market. 

  • Now under a new distributorship in Malaysia, the Tiger Sport 660 is now priced at RM50,900 excluding registration and insurance. 
  • The Tiger Sport 660 is the latest entry level sports tourer introduced by the Hinckley factory.

Built on the same platform as the Trident 660, the Tiger Sport 660 features the same triple-cylinder engine as its naked sibling and is set to go up against the Kawasaki Versys 650, Suzuki V-Strom 650. 

Like the Trident, the Tiger Sport 660 features two riding modes, Road and Rain, ride-by-wire with 6-speed transmission, and a slipper/clutch.

Braking is done by twin 2-piston Nissin radial callipers paired to a 310mm disc at the front and a 255mm disc at the rear. It also features dual-channel ABS that’s, unfortunately, can’t be turn off.

Other exciting features include:

  • 41mm Showa USD front forks with 150mm travel
  • Showa rear monoshock with hydraulic preload adjustable
  • 835mm seat height
  • 17.2L fuel tank
  • LED lights with self-cancelling indicators
  • TFT display with My Triumph connectivity
  • Triumph Shift Assist up/down quickshifter (optional)
  • heated grips (optional)
  • under-seat USB charger (optional)
  • TPMS (optional)

In conjunction with the upcoming Merdeka celebration, Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia is running a special package for the Tiger Sport 660 whereby owners can enjoy a full accessories for an additional RM5,900 (previously worth RM9,542). 

Triumph Motorcycles is set to inject a burst of color into its Modern Classics range for 2024, delighting fans of the iconic Bonneville family.

  • The upcoming lineup will feature 12 vibrant new color options across various models, adding a fresh and stylish dimension to these beloved motorcycles.
  • The iconic Bonneville T100 gets a stylish update with two-tone paint scheme.

Starting with the Speed Twin 900, riders will have the choice of the Carnival Red & Phantom Black combination or the Competition Green & Phantom Black scheme. These striking new color options come with a distinctive tank stripe design, creating a visually captivating effect when contrasted with the Phantom Black finish on the side panels and mudguards.

Meanwhile, the Speed Twin 1200 receives two equally eye-catching paint schemes. Riders can opt for the rich Carnival Red & Storm Grey combination or the contemporary Matt Ironstone & Matt Storm Grey choice, both of which beautifully complement the ever-popular Jet Black option.


For those with a penchant for adventure, the Scrambler range has exciting new additions. The Scrambler 900 now offers a bold Cosmic Yellow & Graphite color option alongside the signature Matt Khaki and classic Jet Black choices.


On the other hand, the Scrambler 1200 XE and XC models come in three stunning colorways. Riders can choose between the sophisticated Sapphire Black, the signature Matt Khaki and Matt Jet Black, or the stylish new Matt Sandstorm with a Jet Black stripe, headlight bowl, side panels, and brown bench seat.

The legendary Bonneville T100 receives a stylish update with the introduction of the Competition Green & Ironstone two-tone paint scheme. Hand-painted Aluminium Silver coachline detailing adds a touch of elegance, while the Jet Black headlight bowl, side panels, and mudguards complete the look. The classic Carnival Red & Fusion White and Jet Black options continue to be available for this iconic model.

Similarly, the Bonneville T120 offers a fresh twist with the contrasting monochrome Jet Black & Fusion White two-tone option. Hand-painted metallic gold coach lining highlights the timeless design, complemented by the Jet Black headlight bowl, side panels, and mudguards. The bold Cordovan Red & Silver Ice paint scheme and the classic Jet Black option complete the lineup for the Bonneville T120.

Adding to the allure, the Bonneville T120 Black introduces the sophisticated Matt Graphite scheme. This new color choice combines gloss and matt finishes, accentuated by hand-painted silver coachline detailing. The Jet Black headlight bowl, side panels, and mudguards create a sleek and polished appearance.

Fans of the Bonneville Bobber can now enjoy a fresh take on this original custom icon. In addition to the distinctive Jet Black and bold Red Hopper choices, Triumph introduces the stylish new two-tone Jet Black & Ash Grey scheme. With a Jet Black and Ash Grey fuel tank, Jet Black side panels, and mudguards, this color option adds a touch of elegance to the Bobber’s timeless appeal.

The Bonneville Speedmaster, Triumph’s British customer classic, offers three captivating color choices. Riders can opt for the classic Jet Black, the sophisticated Cordovan Red, or the stunning new Pacific Blue & Silver Ice two-tone option with gold coachline detailing. A Sapphire Black headlight bowl, side panels, and mudguards complete the aesthetic package.

Last but certainly not least, the iconic Thruxton RS receives a new two-tone Jet Black & Silver Ice color option, joining the classic Jet Black scheme. The Jet Black and Silver Ice fuel tank features gold coachline detailing, while the Jet Black headlight bowl, side panels, seat cowl, and mudguards, along with the Matt Silver Ice fork protectors, complete the sleek and sporty look.

With these fresh and vibrant color choices, Triumph Motorcycles is poised to captivate riders with an even more stylish and visually appealing Modern Classics range in 2024.

Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia telah pun merasmikan pembukaan pusat pameran perdana Triumph Motorcycles Petaling Jaya, hari ini. 

Turut hadir ketika perasmian tersebut adalah Ketua Jualan Eksport Triumph Motorcycles, Cees De Rooij. Ketika ucapannya dia mendedahkan pasaran Malaysia merupakan antara daripada destinasi utama Triumph terutamanya bagi model berkapasiti kecil. 

Model yang dimaksudkan itu merujuk kepada kerjasama antara Triumph dan pengeluar India, Bajaj Auto yang akan memperkenalkan model bersesaran 400cc tidak lama lagi. 

Jelas De Rooij, model tersebut akan memasuki peringkat pengeluaran pada musim panas ini dan akan datang dengan dua varian seperti yang dilaporkan sebelum ini. 

Namun, menariknya De Rooij mendedahkan bahawa model tersebut akan turut dipasarkan di Malaysia.

“Model 400cc itu cukup sesuai untuk pasaran ini (Malaysia) dan beberapa pasaran lain di Asia. 

“Ini adalah usaha kami bagi menjadikan jenama Triumph lebih mampu milik berbanding model sedia ada,” jelasnya.

Tambahnya lagi, pembangunan model baharu itu tidak akan hanya berlaku di India malah akan turut dipasang di kilang Triumph Motorcycles yang terletak di Ranong, Thailand. 

Triumph Motorcycles dijadualkan akan memperkenalkan model serba baharu itu pada 5 Julai ini dan dijangka menembusi pasaran global pada hujung 2023. 

Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia has unveild the 2023 Street Triple 765 range for the Malaysian market consisting of the R and RS.

  • The 2023 Street Triple is more powerful than ever. 
  • The motorcycle features new engine internals, a higher combustion ratio and improved ergonomics. 

Coming in at RM59,900 for the R and RM73,900 for the RS, the 2023 Street Triple 765 not only the most potent naked bike of it’s generation but also the most technologically advanced. 

Benefiting from the engine that powers the Moto2 World Championship, the Street Triple R and RS feature more power and improved rideability and ergonomics.

What’s new for 2023?

The R now makes 2hp more than the previous generation, with the power output rated at 118hp. However, the RS now boasts 128hp thanks to the higher compression ratio and new engine internals.

That said, the engine now houses new pistons, new connecting rods and redesigned combustion chamber, all contributing to the higher peak power. In addition, the 2023 Triumph Street Triple range also features a new gearbox with a revised gear ratio.

Spec-wise, the 2023 Street Triple comes with lots of goodies, with the R variant boasting Brembo M4 brake callipers and a fully-adjustable suspension courtesy of Showa.  Meanwhile, the up-spec RS gets a Showa 41mm USD big piston forks and Ohlins piggyback rear shock. 

Both models also received a new electronic package, including refined cornering ABS, traction control and 4+1 riding modes; Road, Rain, Sport, Rider and Track (only available on the RS/Moto2 Edition).


Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia, in collaboration with DIDI Group, has unveiled its new flagship store in Petaling Jaya as part of its ongoing brand expansion strategy. 

  • the Triumph Motorcycles Petaling Jaya is the second showroom launched after Triumph Motorcycles Batu Caves.
  • the flagship showroom offers a wide range of models including the iconic Bonneville to the modern Street Triple 765. 

The renowned motorcycle brand has appointed Goh Brothers Motorcycles Sdn. Bhd as its official dealer in Malaysia, signifying a significant milestone in the local motorcycling industry.

The eagerly awaited network showrooms are now open to cater to the entire Malaysian market, boasting a comprehensive range of Triumph models to provide motorcycle enthusiasts with an unparalleled experience. 

The company’s commitment to delivering exceptional customer service, paired with Goh Brothers Motorcycles’ dedication and expertise, ensures that Triumph’s valued customers’ demands and expectations will be surpassed.

Paul Stroud, Chief Commercial Officer of Triumph Motorcycles Ltd in the United Kingdom, expressed his delight at the launch of three new state-of-the-art Triumph Motorcycle stores in the Malaysian market. He extended his gratitude to Didi Automotive for their substantial investment in the Triumph brand and expressed enthusiasm for the partnership with Didi within Malaysia. Stroud believes that the new stores will offer motorcycle fans the opportunity to experience Triumph and join the global family of loyal fans.

Mr. Rewi Hamid Bugo, Chairman of Didi Group, shared his excitement for the inauguration of the flagship store, Triumph Motorcycles Petaling Jaya. He described it as a hub of excitement and adventure, further cementing Triumph’s presence and expanding its reach in Malaysia. The upcoming opening of the Triumph Motorcycles Penang showroom tomorrow adds to the anticipation and momentum generated by this remarkable partnership.

With the launch of these new showrooms, Triumph Motorcycles is poised to captivate Malaysian riders with its iconic brand and provide an immersive motorcycling experience that reflects the brand’s heritage and innovation.


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