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Review: Triumph Rocket III Classic, Size Matters Review: Triumph Rocket III Classic, Size Matters

After two weeks of riding Triumph’s Rocket III Classic I’ve walked away grinning and for once not wanting more. Anyone that says size doesn’t count is either small or hasn’t ridden a Rocket III Classic. Unlike the other guys in the PressPortal garage I like my engines massive, the bigger the better. Forget turbos, blowers, chips, octane booster and NOS, you cannot substitute cubic capacity. I like high-revving power, but I love my torque, and fortunately for me the Rocket III Classic serves...

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Triumph's Touring Treat! (Australia) Triumph's Touring Treat! (Australia)

To celebrate Triumphs 'Nullarbor Adventure' (March 4th - 7th /10), Triumph have announced they will be giving away $2000 worth of genuine Triumph accessories and clothing 'free' with every new 'Rocket Touring' sold before March 31st 2010.

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2010 Triumph Rocket Launched (Australia) 2010 Triumph Rocket Launched (Australia)

Six Journalists from some of Australia's leading motorcycle magazines took part in a road ride from Melbourne to Heathcote Dragway in Regional Victoria. The bikes were put through their paces over and over again in an elimination 'Chicago Shootout' competition that resulted in a final race off between Jeff Ware of Rapid Bikes Magazine and diminutive Kellie Buckley of AMCN, the latter taking out the trophy with an impressive 12.14 sec' pass! Especially impressive when you consider that it was...

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The New 2010 Triumph Tiger is Released (Australia) The New 2010 Triumph Tiger is Released (Australia)

A truly versatile bike the Tiger is equally at home scratching, touring or commuting and has won a legion of fans the world over thanks to its all round ability. At the Tiger's heart is the amazing 1050cc, fuel injected, three-cylinder engine, renowned for its addictive character and spine-tingling triple howl. There's ample reserves of both torque and horsepower to make two-up fully laden tours a breeze. Peak power of 113PS is delivered at 9,400rpm, with 98Nm torque at 6,250rpm. The...

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2010 Triumph Street Triple (Australia) 2010 Triumph Street Triple (Australia)

A global hit since its introduction for 2008, the Street Triple fuses the style and attitude of the iconic Speed Triple with the performance and agility of the class leading Daytona 675 supersports machine. The result is a truly impressive middleweight streetfighter that has attained critical success around the world. The Daytona 675 derived triple packs a powerful punch of 106PS peak power delivered at 11,700rpm, complemented by incredibly strong low and midrange performance. The Daytona...

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2010 Triumph Street Triple R (Australia) 2010 Triumph Street Triple R (Australia)

Triumph's Street Triple R. The most fun you can have on two wheels. One of the purest motorcycles on the planet. Voted bike of the year in the UK's Bike magazine and many others. It is a phenomenon. Taking the standard Street Triple as its base, Triumph added supersport specification suspension and brakes, mixed in some premium colour schemes and charged their outstanding development engineers with honing the package to perfection. The result? A motorcycle that has won universal acclaim...

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The 2010 Triumph Sprint ST has arrived (Australia) The 2010 Triumph Sprint ST has arrived (Australia)

The Sprint ST is a bike that defies compromises. Sporty enough to carve corners effortlessly but with levels of comfort that make long distance touring a delight. Essentially a stunning blend of poise, power and all round practicality. Powered by Triumph's highly-acclaimed 1050cc, fuel injected, three-cylinder engine, the Sprint ST has huge reserves of torque for linear drive in any gear and great reserves of horsepower for when it's needed. Peak power is an impressive 125PS at 9,250rpm...

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Triumph Releases The 2010 Triumph Speed Triple (Australia) Triumph Releases The 2010 Triumph Speed Triple (Australia)

Triumph's Speed Triple has become an iconic model since the launch of the original version in 1994, delivering unparallel attitude in a uniquely styled package. Over the years it has been consistently developed in order to maintain its position as the definitive factory streetfighter, and the latest Speed Triple is the sharpest yet. The 1050cc fuel-injected three-cylinder engine is key to the Speed Triple's brutish charm, pumping out a great surge of bottom-end torque, followed by a massive...

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The New 2010 Triumph Daytona 675 is Released (Australia) The New 2010 Triumph Daytona 675 is Released (Australia)

The best supersport bike in the world or a simply in a class of its own? Designed for the racetrack, to compete with the best in the supersport class, Triumph's Daytona 675 is the bike to beat on both road and track. With its brilliant, narrow three-cylinder engine the Daytona 675 is a unique proposition in an otherwise conformist sea of across the frame fours. The latest specification 675cc engine pumps out 126PS at 12,600rpm and revs to a 13,950rpm redline, while the triple cylinder...

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Triumph Launches The New Retro 2010 Bonneville T100 (Ausralia) Triumph Launches The New Retro 2010 Bonneville T100 (Ausralia)

Riders looking for a Sixties-style Bonneville need look no further than the wirewheeled T100 model, a motorcycle with looks straight out of ‘the day’ combined with thoroughly modern technology and manufacturing techniques. Adding subtle touches to the uncluttered Bonneville form, the T100 echoes the classic ‘deluxe’ speedster of the Sixties. The T100’s full-blooded and responsive 865cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine delivers throaty acceleration, amplified by the mellow backbeat from its...

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Triumph and BE1 Racing announces four rider line-up for 2010 Triumph and BE1 Racing announces four rider line-up for 2010

Triumph Motorcycles and BE1 Racing will enter four riders in the 2010 Supersport World Championship, including French two-time world champion Sebastien Charpentier, who returns to the series following a two-year absence. The youthful ParkinGO Triumph Factory Team will consist of British rider Chaz Davies and American Jason DiSalvo, while Charpentier will be joined by Spaniard David Salom in the ParkinGO Triumph BE1 Racing squad. All four riders will be running identical BE1 Racing-prepared...

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Triumph launches new 2010 Bonneville & Limited Edition (Australia) Triumph launches new 2010 Bonneville & Limited Edition (Australia)

Bonneville. Probably the most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. An icon. The latest Triumph Bonnevilles represent more than 50 years of engineering excellence, a thoroughly modern interpretation of a 'proper' motorcycle that is even more accessible thanks to its low and narrow seat, clean and efficient fuelinjected engine and lightweight 17 inch wheels for even sharper handling.

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2010 Thunderbird has been launched in Australia 2010 Thunderbird has been launched in Australia

Triumph's first middleweight cruiser has taken the market by storm since it introduction in June 2009. Voted as US magazine Cycle World's 'Cruiser of the Year' the Thunderbird rewrites the rules on the way cruiser motorcycles should perform, bringing Triumph's reputation for handling and engineering excellence to the mainstream cruiser market for the first time.

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Triumh Launches the 2010 Speedmaster (Australia) Triumh Launches the 2010 Speedmaster (Australia)

With its bad boy good looks the Speedmaster is a tough-looking, no-nonsense sports cruiser that's dripping with attitude. Powered by a fuel injected, 270º crankshaft version of Triumph's distinctive 865cc parallel twin engine, this stripped down factory custom delivers peak power of 61PS at 6,800rpm, with maximum torque of 72Nm available at just 3,300rpm. Minimalism is key to the bike's harder edge, with slash cut silencers, black engine covers, black cast wheels, 18 inch at the front and 15...

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The new 2010 Rocket III Roadster (Australia) The new 2010 Rocket III Roadster (Australia)

Five years on from the introduction of the original Rocket III comes an even meaner version of this cult classic: the Rocket III Roadster. As the name suggests, the Rocket III Roadster moves away from the original's cruiser orientated styling, taking more of a streetfighter stance with its mid-mounted pegs and blacked out components, but retaining the very essence of what made the original Rocket III great: massive presence, surprisingly sharp handling and a stomping 2,294cc three-cylinder...

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Triumph releases the 2010 America (Australia) Triumph releases the 2010 America (Australia)

With its wide bars, forward set pegs and relaxed riding position, the Triumph America mixes classic British engineering with style straight from the American highways, delivering an authentic cruising experience in a package that's pure Triumph. Sharing the same 270º parallel twin engine as the Speedmaster the America's loping exhaust note and smooth power delivery is big on easy-going drive and full of character. The riding position is relaxed for both rider and pillion and offers a...

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Triumph Announces 2010 World Racing Plans Triumph Announces 2010 World Racing Plans

Triumph will continue its partnership with the Italian BE1 Racing team in 2010, competing in the Supersport World Championship and collaborating on an exciting new one-make series using Triumph's award-winning Street Triple R, the Triumph ParkinGO European Series. BE1 Racing will again campaign a pair of Triumph Daytona 675s in the Supersport World Championship as the British factory's official team, with Australian legend Garry McCoy joined by rising British star Chaz Davies to create one...

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Triumph Introduce 2010 Rocket III Roadster Triumph Introduce 2010 Rocket III Roadster

Higher spec for the world's largest capacity motorcycle Legendary British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph is introducing the baddest version yet of its 2.3 litre Rocket III, the Rocket III Roadster. The Rocket III Roadster moves out of cruiser territory and transcends into that of the ultimate muscle streetfighter, bringing with it the biggest torque figures found on any production motorcycle.

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2009 Triumph Rocket III Classic 2009 Triumph Rocket III Classic

The Rocket III Classic is a real cruising motorcycle with a firm focus on rider and pillion comfort. It's aimed squarely at those who prefer a more laid back approach to motorcycling and features a relaxed riding position with forward set footboards, pull-back handlebars and a supremely comfortable stitched touring seat as standard. The incredible flexibility offered by the 2294cc engine makes for effortless riding whether two-up, fully loaded with luggage or solo. Sophisticated fuel...

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Triumph Street Triple takes the prize! Triumph Street Triple takes the prize!

Triumph's sublime Street Triple 675 was recently pitched against the 'who's who' of middleweight naked bikes and is still sitting pretty on top of the pile! Bikes included were the Suzuki SV650, Kawasaki Z750, Ducati Monster, Yamaha FZ6N, Honda CB600F and, of course, the mighty Street Triple. Comments such as "The best kept secret in motorcycling", "This is without doubt the best mapped fuel-injected engine I've ever experienced", and "Not only is this bike amazing in...

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Triumph sets new records at Bonneville Speed Week Triumph sets new records at Bonneville Speed Week

An American Triumph dealer has set two new land speed records, recording 162.47 mph on a turbocharged Triumph Bonneville at the world famous Bonneville Speed Week. Matt Capri of South Bay Triumph in California set two new unfaired 1000cc Blown Fuel records on his specially prepared twin-cylinder machine, recording a two-way speed of 162.472mph in the kilometre run and 161.188 mph in the mile. The speed demon recorded over 169mph on a one-way run but wasn't able to complete a run in the other...

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2009 Triumph Street Triple R - (Australia) 2009 Triumph Street Triple R - (Australia)

Following on from the phenomenally successful Street Triple, Triumph is introducing a new, higher specification version, for 2009 -the Street Triple R. With the Street Triple already regarded as the class-leading middleweight street fighter, the 'R' version takes the standard bike and adds a whole heap of attitude.

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Review Coming Soon Triumph Rocket III Classic - (Australia) Review Coming Soon Triumph Rocket III Classic - (Australia)

The team at PressPortal will be geeting their grubby fingers on the 2008 Triumph Rockt III Classic Motorcycle.

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2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Dominates Mega Cruise - (Australia) 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Dominates Mega Cruise - (Australia)

Triumph's Rocket III Touring is boss cocky among the big-bore cruiser fraternity, according to American monthly magazine Cycle World.

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Triumph Australia starts playing tricks - (Australia) Triumph Australia starts playing tricks - (Australia)

Triumph's all-conquering middleweight nakedbike, the Street Triple 675, has been dripping with attitude since it was released in late 2007. It's lean, light and agile - in other words, a stuntman's perfect companion.

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