Triumph dealers across the UK are offering riders a chance to experience the noise, feel and look of the iconic motorcycle brand when they open their doors for a nationwide open day. Taking place on Saturday April 12, across all of Triumph’s 52 dealerships, the event will give riders the chance to try a wide selection of bikes from the latest range, including the all-new Thunderbird LT. Much-acclaimed by the press, the LT doesn’t just look, sound and feel great, but will also redefine any rider’s preconceptions of cruisers, thanks to their superior handling and ride characteristics.
Every customer that pre-registers for the nationwide event will be entered into a free prize draw to win the loan of a Triumph of their choice for six months. Ten lucky runners-up will enjoy the Ace Cafe’s legendary hospitality at a Triumph Triple Challenge round of their choice.
In addition to checking out the latest range of bikes, riders will be able to explore Triumph’s extensive range of riding gear and casual apparel. Dealer staff will also be on hand to explain how affordable riding a Triumph can be through TriStar, Triumph’s PCP package. The Hinckley-based motorcycle manufacturer is encouraging riders to bring their current PCP deals along to see how they compare to Triumph’s bespoke finance package.
Rick Cawley, general manager at Triumph UK, said: “For those wishing to try a different style of bike, the open day is a fantastic opportunity for riders to experience the entire range. With some great finance rates available through TriStar, riding a Triumph is more affordable than ever.”
To register for the open day and enter the free prize draw to win a Triumph for 6 months, or to find your nearest Triumph dealer, please visit: www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk, T&C’s apply
I am on my third Hinckley Triumph and my second brand new. The first, a 9551 Sprint RS was stunning. The aural experience alone was super-satisfying. The second, a new ST 1050 had a wild, bonkers engine, amazing bakes, reasonable comfort and was a hoot to ride fast or slow.
My current Street Triple 675 is smaller, lighter, sharper and I laugh out loud riding it. Quite simply brilliant Product Planning, Design, Development and Engineering. Long may they reign.
Yes, they have had problems, but look at RecallUK.com to see who is up there in the Ooops! stakes. Say hello to BMW. Even Germans are human. (Only kidding Hans, it was a privilege working for you).