Since '02 xBhp is different things to different people. From a close knit national community of bikers to India's only motorcycling lifestyle magazine and a place to make like minded biker friends. Join the #16YearsOfxBhpCelebrations click here.

WE DESIGN ON

Lenovo ThinkPad
Magazine
Castrol Power 1

Dawn & dusk make slight hard to adjust.

Our Partners

User Tag List

Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 12
Like Tree9Likes

Thread: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

  1. #1
    Moderator The Monk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Gurgaon/ Kanpur
    Posts
    10,019
    Mentioned
    435 Post(s)
    Tagged
    4 Thread(s)

    Default Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    Triumph Motorcycles had a plethora of motorcycles to showcase at the Intermot 2014, majority being offshoots of its current lineup. xBhp captures the iconic British marque straight from Cologne!

    A bunch of Cafe Racer themed motorcycles customised with the Bonneville being used as a blank canvas.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-1.jpg
Views: 3031
Size:  105.4 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-2.jpg
Views: 2450
Size:  100.8 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-3.jpg
Views: 2491
Size:  104.3 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-4.jpg
Views: 2410
Size:  102.2 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-5.jpg
Views: 2232
Size:  94.7 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-6.jpg
Views: 2266
Size:  99.5 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-7.jpg
Views: 2227
Size:  100.2 KB
    The Triumph Bonneville in its original colours, how it rolls out of the factory! The Bonneville is Triumph's attempt to make bikers connect with its rich heritage from over 50 years with the iconic name and retro styling. Modern engineering with classic looks is what the Triumph Bonneville is all about, and all that a at a relatively reasonable cost. Also read xBhp's Review of the Triumph Bonneville.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-8.jpg
Views: 3719
Size:  104.8 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-9.jpg
Views: 4363
Size:  104.0 KB
    The Triumph Thruxton 900 was born of the concept of Cafe Racers for the 1960s, when racers used to modify their Bonnevilles with clip on bars, upswept exhausts and race these bikes from one Cafe' to the next. The bike was named after the racetrack where Triumph Motorcycles had great success as a company. The bike sports an air-cooled parallel twin, DOHC, 865cc engine. Producing 69bhp and 69Nm, the bike is extremely capable without being frighteningly fast!

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-10.jpg
Views: 2448
Size:  101.6 KB
    The Triumph Scrambler is another motorcycle which the company has tried to visually copy from the 60s. The bikes come with raised exhausts, dual purpose tyres and a spirit to be ridden anywhere and everywhere!!!

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-11.jpg
Views: 2362
Size:  101.2 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-12.jpg
Views: 2951
Size:  104.0 KB
    The Triumph Thunderbird Twins, the Thunderbird LT and Thunderbird Storm. The LT was recently launched in India at INR15,75,000/- and the company expects the bike to be well received in the Indian market. The bike is a classic cruiser with great looks, superb performance, handling, and class leading comfort. At 1699cc, the LT’s eight-valve DOHC motor produces 94PS at 5400rpm and a whopping 151Nm of torque at a lowly 3550rpm.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-13.jpg
Views: 2190
Size:  101.4 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-14.jpg
Views: 2745
Size:  103.4 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-15.jpg
Views: 2472
Size:  98.7 KB
    The Triumph Rocket III Roadster is a production motorcycle with the biggest engine at 2300cc. The 3 cylinder engine produces a whopping 221Nm of peak torque at just 2750rpm. The bike also produces 148 bhp, but then who cares about bhp figures on a monster bike like this!!! Read xBhp's 1st Impressions of the Triumph Rocket III Roadster from the yesteryears!

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-16.jpg
Views: 8020
Size:  101.5 KB
    The Triumph Street Triple RX was the biggest draw from the British stable. The RX is an upgrade from the Street Triple R, as the bike gets the same frame used in the Daytona 675R. The bike also sports a quickshifter as standard equipment but shares the same power output as the R. The bike was showcased in a Matte Silver with a red subframe and wheels. Essentially it is a Street Triple R from the front and a Daytona 675R from the rear! Prices were not announced for the motorcycle at Intermot 2014.

    • Special edition version of Triumph’s class defining Street Triple R
    • Red rear subframe styling enhancements courtesy of the Daytona 675
    • Diablo Red wheels, special decals, seat cowl, belly pan and fly screen
    • Race inspired quickshifter as standard
    • Striking Matt Aluminium Silver paint scheme
    • 675cc inline three-cylinder engine with 106PS and 68Nm of torque
    • Twin beam aluminium frame and carefully refined geometry for extraordinary handling, agility and precision
    • Efficient mass centralisation with under-slung 3-in-1 exhaust
    • Nissin radial 4-piston calipers with switchable ABS
    • Fully adjustable KYB forks and rear monoshock
    • Two year unlimited mileage warranty as standard
    Name:  triumph_intermot_-17.jpg
Views: 2194
Size:  94.1 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-18.jpg
Views: 2099
Size:  92.2 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-19.jpg
Views: 2071
Size:  101.0 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-20.jpg
Views: 2045
Size:  93.3 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-25.jpg
Views: 2173
Size:  102.5 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-21.jpg
Views: 5221
Size:  100.1 KB
    The Bonneville Newchurch Special Edition, which gets its name from the location of the Tridays festival, a small town in Austria that hosts world’s biggest party of Triumph riders. The town’s actual name is Neukirchen, but it adopts the English translation of its name during the 3-day party. This Newchurch Bonneville features new contemporary paint schemes, a new low profile seat and with cool black detailing on the mudguards, headlight bowl, handlebar, mirrors, and shock absorbers along with black and red alloy wheels. The Newchurch won’t be a limited edition and the pricing will be revealed during the launch in early next year.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-22.jpg
Views: 2000
Size:  98.4 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-23.jpg
Views: 1992
Size:  95.1 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-24.jpg
Views: 2045
Size:  95.2 KB
    Triumph showcasing its partnership with Castrol Power 1 the world over.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-26.jpg
Views: 2185
Size:  101.7 KB
    The Triumph Bonneville T214 gets its name from the 214 mph speed record set by Johnny Allen at the salt flats of Bonneville in 1956. This record itself led to the name of the Bonneville. The T214 is based on the Bonneville T100 Black and is available in a hand-painted blue/white color scheme, which also was the color scheme of the Johnny Allen’s bike. Most of the chrome parts of the stock Bonneville like rims, handlebars, and the rear shock absorbers have been given a black treatment. The other distinctive feature of T214 are the red seat and smaller headlight. And as this is limited edition bike, there will be only 1000 of these machines that will be produced by Triumph. The pricing will be declared when the T214 actually goes on sale later this year.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-27.jpg
Views: 2527
Size:  102.3 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-28.jpg
Views: 1988
Size:  90.9 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-29.jpg
Views: 2004
Size:  99.0 KB


    Also Read: Three new Triumph Bonneville special edition versions launched
    Last edited by The Monk; 10-15-2014 at 12:41 PM.
    Biking is not about what you have between your legs, its all about how well you use it!!!!!!!

    Give your details here if you want to help your fellow xBhpian stranded in your city

    Touring Blog: Cycling in Mongolia!

  2. #2
    Moderator The Monk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Gurgaon/ Kanpur
    Posts
    10,019
    Mentioned
    435 Post(s)
    Tagged
    4 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014


    The Triumph Daytona 675 is one of the best motorcycles currently available in the supersport segment. The 3-cylinder bike produces 128bhp which propels the bike forward to mouth watering speeds. With the lightweight chassis, the bike is a pleasure to ride around the twisties as cornering was never such a breeze. The bike comes with a new engine with twin injectors per cylinder, titanium valves, a redline at 14400 rpm and an attitude to boot. A lovely bike which looks its part!

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-32.jpg
Views: 1979
Size:  102.2 KB


    Name:  triumph_intermot_-33.jpg
Views: 2146
Size:  102.5 KB
    The Triumph Tiger Sport 1050 is a do-it-all motorcycle from the British company. It is good for commuting in traffic, two up touring, a leisurely weekend ride and everything else you can imagine which is not extreme. Something of a European Suzuki Bandit!!! The bike might not be a looker but is an extremely practical motorcycle which will get you around in no nonsense spirit. This Liquid Cooled, 12 valve, DOHC 1050cc engine produces a healthy 125bhp and 104Nm of torque at just 4300rpm. A truly 'practical' bike. But at 235kg wet, this bike would probably be a handful to handle with a pillion and luggage.


    Name:  triumph_intermot_-34.jpg
Views: 1660
Size:  102.2 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-35.jpg
Views: 3031
Size:  101.0 KB

    The Triumph Trophy SE is the ultimate touring motorcycle if comfort is your primary criteria. The bike is built to chomp up the miles without nary a thought. Even though bulky in looks the bike is supposedly easy to handle even the twistiest twisties! The SE version of the Trophy took the game up a notch higher by giving even more features to a feature laden motorcycle. The SE boasts an electronic suspension and a high quality sound system with Bluetooth and i-pod connectivity. Listening to your favourite jingle while enjoying the vistas of nature was never this comfortable. In the tech wizardry department the bike also has the Tyre Pressue Monitoring System (TPMS), giving you peace of mind. Also thrown in for good measure is a 12v power socket and a USB port! But all the electronic marvels aside the bike is powered by a 1215cc engine belting out 134 bhp to haul that 301kg of wet weight across the tarmac.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-36.jpg
Views: 1886
Size:  99.5 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-37.jpg
Views: 1955
Size:  94.3 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-38.jpg
Views: 1997
Size:  100.5 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-44.jpg
Views: 2619
Size:  102.7 KB
    The Triumph Bonneville Spirit special edition is based on the T100. The Spirit gets the black colour treatment on the previously chrome rims, mudguards, mirrors, and handlebar. The headlight is taken from the Scrambler and the shorter rear mudguard from the Thruxton. The Spirit also gets the new Triumph logo on the tank instead of the chrome badge. And like the Newchurch, it will also go on sale in early 2015.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-45.jpg
Views: 1625
Size:  100.7 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-46.jpg
Views: 1892
Size:  103.7 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-47.jpg
Views: 1876
Size:  96.4 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-48.jpg
Views: 2649
Size:  96.8 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-50.jpg
Views: 1668
Size:  99.3 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-51.jpg
Views: 1885
Size:  99.8 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-58.jpg
Views: 1758
Size:  104.8 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-52.jpg
Views: 1688
Size:  101.2 KB
    The Triumph Tiger 800 ABS is a minimalist bike designed for hitting the long hard road. The only paint on the bike is on the tank and the front fender. So even if you drop it, you just won't notice! The bike comes with a high output alternator so that you can safely plug in extra lights, use heated clothing or any other essentials to tackle the terrain. The bike also has dual headlight which can be easily adjusted on the road, so that you are always riding safe. The 800cc engine produces a decent 79Nm of torque in an extremely linear manner, making it possible to control the bike with just the throttle on bad roads, without having to overuse the clutch.


    Name:  triumph_intermot_-53.jpg
Views: 1656
Size:  101.0 KB
    The Tiger 800XC is like the bike above, but with a little more. The more being features to make this bike offroad friendly. The suspension of the XC is 220mm at the front and 215mm at the rear. The Showa suspension is easy to adjust for both on and off-roading. The brakes are set up so that it is progressive without sudden bite to make it easier to handle off road. ABS is standard, but can be switched off. The biggest visual change of course is the presence of spoked wheels, which give the bike a more rugged feel and ready to hit the dirt feeling. The front wheel being a massive 21inches. The bike is taller and the bars are wider to ensure that this bike will keep you safe irrespective of the terrain.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-54.jpg
Views: 2024
Size:  103.8 KB
    The Triumph Tiger Explorer is the big brother of the Tiger 800. If the 800cc engine is too small for your desire for power then the Explorer might be the continent crosser for you. The bike comes with ABS, Traction Control and cruise control along with a 1215cc engine building 137bhp @ 9300rpm and 121Nm @ 6400 rpm.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-55.jpg
Views: 1640
Size:  91.1 KB

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-57.jpg
Views: 1603
Size:  95.9 KB
    The Triumph Tiger Explorer XC is all that the Explorer is with the addition of off-roading capabilities. Triumph assures its buyers that these bikes are not just made to look off-road ready, but will actually be a pleasure to ride when the trail comes to an end. The bike also gets a sump guard, fog lights, and hand guards to make it more off-road friendly.

    Name:  triumph_intermot_-56.jpg
Views: 1776
Size:  92.2 KB









    Some more information about the Triumph Street Triple RX -




    Street Triple Rx


    Street life doesn’t get more stimulating than this. The Street Triple Rx combines aggressive style and devilish good looks to create an extreme, eye-catching machine, borrowing inspiration from its TT and Daytona 200 winning supersports sibling, the Daytona 675R.

    The highest-spec variant Triumph’s Street Triple R, its unique visual features include a new razor-sharp rear profile, a new Matt Aluminium Silver paint scheme and revised graphics.
    The angular seat unit is transplanted from the Daytona, further emphasizing the Street Triple’s already aggressive stance. The crisp lines are accented by the new Matt Aluminum Silver paint and deep Diablo Red details, complimented by the striking hand painted finish on the front and rear lightweight race inspired wheels. Triumph’s seat cowl, belly pan and fly screen complete the aesthetics to round off the purposeful intent of the Rx.

    At the heart of the Street Triple RX is Triumph’s signature triple engine. The 675cc, 12-valve unit is derived from the legendary Triumph Daytona 675 sportsbike, but is carefully retuned to deliver a punchy 106PS and magnificently linear 68Nm of torque for effortless drive and acceleration. Combined with a slick, close-ratio six-speed gearbox, Triumph’s quickshifter and flawless throttle control, the powerplant delivers an exhilarating ride. All accompanied by a soulful, characteristic growling exhaust note, one of the most distinctive and charismatic sounds in motorcycling.

    The Street Triple Rx’s ability to satisfy anyone from novice rider to the most experienced thrill-seeker doesn’t just come from its engine. The expertly crafted riding position spreads rider effort perfectly between its tapered flat bars, sculpted seat and slightly rear-set alloy footpegs, delivering maximum comfort and control. The refined chassis and dynamic balance features a distinctive eight-piece, aluminium twin spar frame and two-piece die cast rear subframe, mated to 41mm KYB inverted front forks fully adjustable for preload, rebound and compression damping, giving complete freedom to set the front end up to suit riding styles and conditions, and that can be easily configured to suit track or road riding.

    Braking from twin 310mm floating discs is assisted by a sophisticated, standard-fitment anti-lock brake system, with the option to be switched off if required. A low-slung stainless steel exhaust minimises the effect of the already minimal weight. And, together with a painstakingly calibrated chassis geometry, the Street Triple Rx exudes a flowing, natural confidence in its handling, providing both stability and agility whatever the road speed or riding conditions.


    Although one of the Street Triple Rx’s strengths is its elegant simplicity and practicality, it comes with a high level of equipment as standard. This includes an engine immobilizer, while further security can be found via a Triumph D lock accessory that stows under the seat.


    Comprehensive LCD digital instrumentation includes a built-in lap timer, programmable gear shift lights, fuel gauge, clock and gear position indicator, as well as a large, clear tachometer and digital speedo. The clocks can also display front and rear tyre pressures when the optional Triumph Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is fitted.


    The Street Triple Rx fuses the style and attitude of a naked streetbike with the handling and performance of a sportsbike, with beautiful styling to complete the package. An extensive range of Triumph genuine accessories allow owners to further personalise their bike.


    The Street Triple Rx comes with an unlimited mileage, two year factory warranty. Service intervals are every 6000 miles, or one year, whichever is soonest.


    The Street Triple Rx – a true powerhouse street performer.
    Last edited by The Monk; 10-15-2014 at 03:20 PM.
    keshavrana and AmitRavi07 like this.
    Biking is not about what you have between your legs, its all about how well you use it!!!!!!!

    Give your details here if you want to help your fellow xBhpian stranded in your city

    Touring Blog: Cycling in Mongolia!

  3. #3
    Rusted Deathmate.Zed's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Location
    Pune
    Posts
    609
    Blog Entries
    1
    Mentioned
    21 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    The Tiger sport looks interesting! Why wasnt this launched in India ? I never heard of it before

  4. #4
    Moderator The Monk's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Gurgaon/ Kanpur
    Posts
    10,019
    Mentioned
    435 Post(s)
    Tagged
    4 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by Deathmate.Zed View Post
    The Tiger sport looks interesting! Why wasnt this launched in India ? I never heard of it before
    Probably because India is a market where 'looks' are extremely important and the Tiger Sport is nothing to write home about, at least in the looks department.
    Biking is not about what you have between your legs, its all about how well you use it!!!!!!!

    Give your details here if you want to help your fellow xBhpian stranded in your city

    Touring Blog: Cycling in Mongolia!

  5. #5
    Rusted
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    Coimbatore
    Posts
    587
    Mentioned
    16 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by The Monk View Post
    Probably because India is a market where 'looks' are extremely important and the Tiger Sport is nothing to write home about, at least in the looks department.
    Will the Striple R and RX versions be launched in India?

  6. #6
    Rusted itsmevini123's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    New Delhi
    Posts
    2,208
    Mentioned
    24 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    I never seen Tiger sport anywhere, its looking good , Just a thought came into my mind that why Triumph don't have any liter class super sports like Daytona 675?
    KTM RC390 - Current
    Yamaha R15 v2 - Sold
    Hero Hunk - Sold
    An IT Engineer by profession and a rider by soul.


    Delhi to Sach Pass - http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/tourer/3...h-ka-darr.html
    Delhi to Mana - http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/tourer/2...xperience.html
    Delhi to Munsyari - http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/tourer/2...ttrakhand.html
    Spiti circuit - http://www.xbhp.com/talkies/tourer/3...cuit-solo.html

    Facebook

  7. #7
    Rusted Deathmate.Zed's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2013
    Location
    Pune
    Posts
    609
    Blog Entries
    1
    Mentioned
    21 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by itsmevini123 View Post
    I never seen Tiger sport anywhere, its looking good , Just a thought came into my mind that why Triumph don't have any liter class super sports like Daytona 675?
    Probably because the Daytona is good enough to take on the litre class machines. Many people find the Daytona more fun and easy to ride than the litre class machines.

  8. #8
    Moderator Divya Sharan's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Bangalore/Bokaro
    Posts
    8,524
    Mentioned
    824 Post(s)
    Tagged
    2 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by Deathmate.Zed View Post
    Probably because the Daytona is good enough to take on the litre class machines. Many people find the Daytona more fun and easy to ride than the litre class machines.
    Isn't that the case with all supersports? They're lighter and almost as quick on tracks due to better ergonomics, enough power, lower weight, size and flickability. They do lose out on straights but make-up in corners.
    That said, Triumph's reliability in India is yet to be proven. A certain friend has a Daytona (xbhp member) and his experience so far in terms of reliability is not good.


    Tapatalked from my Asus!

  9. #9
    Rusted giridhar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    chennai
    Posts
    259
    Mentioned
    7 Post(s)
    Tagged
    0 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by Divya Sharan View Post
    Isn't that the case with all supersports? They're lighter and almost as quick on tracks due to better ergonomics, enough power, lower weight, size and flickability. They do lose out on straights but make-up in corners.
    That said, Triumph's reliability in India is yet to be proven. A certain friend has a Daytona (xbhp member) and his experience so far in terms of reliability is not good.


    Tapatalked from my Asus!
    Apart from ABS related issue related by few owners did the member face any other major issue? I have seen lots of Triumph ownership reviews online and all seem to be fairly reliable.
    Biker @ heart

  10. #10
    Moderator Divya Sharan's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Bangalore/Bokaro
    Posts
    8,524
    Mentioned
    824 Post(s)
    Tagged
    2 Thread(s)

    Default Re: Triumph Motorcycles Stall at Intermot Cologne 2014

    Quote Originally Posted by giridhar View Post
    Apart from ABS related issue related by few owners did the member face any other major issue? I have seen lots of Triumph ownership reviews online and all seem to be fairly reliable.
    Well, yes (battery dying, bike stalling on the highway and few other issues). But the member hasn't updated the happy/not so happy moments with his bike on this forum and it would be good if he does so.
    It might very well be a one of case, but it does dampen the spirits a bit.

Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast

Similar Threads

  1. Ducati Stall at the Intermot Cologne
    By The Monk in forum xBhp INTERMOT 2014 Coverage brought by Castrol Power1
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 11-02-2014, 03:26 AM
  2. Kawasaki stall at the Intermot Cologne
    By sunilg in forum xBhp INTERMOT 2014 Coverage brought by Castrol Power1
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 10-29-2014, 11:50 AM
  3. Suzuki Stall at the Intermot Cologne
    By The Monk in forum xBhp INTERMOT 2014 Coverage brought by Castrol Power1
    Replies: 9
    Last Post: 10-08-2014, 12:45 PM
  4. Kawasaki J-concept unveiled at InterMot Cologne in Germany
    By sunilg in forum xBhp INTERMOT 2014 Coverage brought by Castrol Power1
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 10-08-2014, 12:21 PM
  5. AE14: Triumph Motorcycles India at the Auto Expo 2014
    By The Monk in forum Auto Expo 2014
    Replies: 5
    Last Post: 02-09-2014, 01:08 AM

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •