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Triumph Special Offers

Here’s a quick summary of the latest special offers on new Triumph motorcycles. Firstly, all models in the Tiger 800 range and Tiger Explorer range will come with a free set of aluminium Expedition panniers – an offer that runs until the end of June 2017. 169 more words


Photos of the Triumph Tiger & Explorer in the US

We’ve stumbled across a series of promo photos of the Tiger 800 and Explorer which were taken in the US.  Most of these we haven’t seen before, so we thought we’d share them with you on here.   59 more words


Help us pick the best Dual Sport bike

Yes, it is true. We are on the look out for the best dual sport bike that is currently available in India for a pocket friendly buyer and we want your suggestions as well. 670 more words


Promo Photos of the New Tiger Explorer

We’ve found some new images of the Triumph Tiger Explorer which we’d like to show you. We think these photos will possibly be used for the Tiger Explorer brochure in the US and they include some fantastic shots of the new Explorer in action. 47 more words


Spot the Difference - Tiger Explorer

Back due to popular demand, here’s our Friday afternoon ‘Spot the Difference’ quiz to keep you amused as you look forward to the weekend…

This week we’ve taken one of Triumph’s marketing photos of the new Tiger Explorer XRT and made 6 changes… Can you spot them? 36 more words


New Triumphs Ridden in Portugal

Our man Ken Kirby has been out in Portugal testing out Triumph’s new range of bikes. Here’s his report from the front line:

It’s amazing when you sit down to write a piece and the first step is getting the introduction down before you can get into the “headline” part of the copy. 1,070 more words


Unlock the Explorer in You...

Starting from next Wednesday (2nd March) we’re going to be running a competition which we’ve called ‘Unlock the Explorer in You’.  It works like this:  every Wednesday for the next 5 weeks we will publish a photo of a famous landmark on our Facebook pages – somewhere you may have ridden on your bike.   88 more words

Jack Lilley Romford