This time it featured suspension travel measuring equipment. It is most likely that the bike will be introduced at the end of 2014.


Scoop: The new 250 c.c. Triumph !

This bike certainly looks like a Street Triple. Looking closer a small displacement single cylinder liquid cooled engine makes a difference. 

The frame, the fork, a single rotor together with a two-piston caliper and two handgrips(!) indicate a small world sporty bike which will compete with Ktm Duke and the upcoming RC, the Honda CBR, Suzuki GW Inazuma, Kawasaki ninja 250-300. There are some speculations for a bigger 350 c.c. variant also on the way.



Triumph will produce a 250cc twin-cylinder bike for the Asian and emerging markets in 2014.

     The new bike which will be naked, will be produced at the company˘s new factory in Narasapur, India, outside of Bangalore which is expected to begin operation in 2014. 

      A Triumph at this engine capacity would be welcomed in India and other countries around the world. For the manufacturer it will be a new competing field as the 250 c.c. category is becoming popular on emerging markets. 

     The price and performance will be the two key factors as the Kawasaki ninja 250-300, the Ktm Duke 390 and the Honda CBR 250 are showing the way for the competition.

Comment: Talking about Triumph, a three-cylinder layout is always a distinctive alternative option…