Triumph Motorcycles has reached a historic milestone in its modern era with the reveal of the millionth motorcycle built since the brand’s return in 1990. Unveiled at Triumph’s Global Headquarters in Hinckley by Nick Bloor, CEO of Triumph, this 1,000,000th motorcycle is a one-off custom-painted model of Triumph’s incredibly successful Tiger 900 Rally Pro adventure bike.
Originally launched in 2019, the Tiger 900 Rally Pro provides a perfect demonstration of Triumph’s world-leading design, engineering, and production capability, courtesy of its class-defining character, capability, quality and attention to detail – attributes shared by all of Triumph’s modern lineup.
With its sophisticated custom Silver paint scheme and one-millionth graphics, this very special milestone motorcycle will be displayed on Triumph’s stand at this year’s Motorcycle Live Show at the NEC and then on show in Triumph’s Factory Visitor Experience in a new, specially created 120-year anniversary display.
“Everyone at Triumph is incredibly proud to have played a part in achieving such a momentous moment in the modern history of this iconic brand. Over the 31 years since we re-launched Triumph, with a new line of British-designed motorcycles in Cologne in 1990, we have shared so many great moments with our fans across the world. From returning to the TT (Tourist Trophy) champions arena, to entering the MotoGP paddock with our Moto2 engine partnership, to supporting the biggest global riding event and its great cause for health and wellbeing with the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, to mention only a few. Triumph’s success has always stemmed from the passion and commitment we share with our riders,” said Bloor during the unveiling of the 1,000,000th milestone Tiger 900 Rally Pro.
Enduro and small bikes on the way
During the launch, Triumph’s CEO also mentioned that the company is looking forward to their upcoming models which should make an impact in the global motorcycle market. Particularly, their entry into the development of off-road motorcycles and small-capacity motorcycles which are aimed at developing countries like here in the Philippines.
“Furthermore, we are committed to taking the brand to even greater heights, and with the forthcoming launch of our brand new Tiger 1200, new competition MX and Enduro motorcycles, plus our strategic partnership with Bajaj to create smaller capacity bikes, I am delighted to say that the future for Triumph and its fans across the world will be just as exciting and rich as the last 30 years has been,” added Bloor.