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The world famous motorcycle brand Triumph is the pride of the UK. It story is epic, and her lineup is replete with real surprises.
Triumph Engineering Co Ltd was founded in 1885 by German émigré Siegfried Bettmann. Initially, the company was engaged in the production of bicycles, and in 1902 it produced a two-wheeled vehicle with the Belgian Minerva engine.
During the WW1, Triumph supplied motor vehicles to the ally, producing over 30 thousand units for them, including the Model H Roadster.
At the start of WWII, the Triumph factory in Coventry was hit by German aircraft bombing and production was moved to a new factory in Meriden.
In the fifties, the British company launched an attack on the American market with the Thunderbird 6T model - it was on this motorcycle that the hero of Marlon Brands rode in the 1953 Savage film, which helped to promote the novelty.
A landmark event that played a significant role in Triumph's image took place in 1969. Racer Malcolm Uphill on a Bonneville motorcycle took part in the legendary Isle of Man Tourust Trophy on the Isle of Man and won with an average speed of 160.92 km / h.
By the early eighties, the company had fallen into disrepair, but businessman John Bloor saved the day, buying out the motorcycle manufacturer in 1983 and building a new assembly plant in Hinckley, where the reborn Triumph Motorcycles Ltd still exists today.
Triumph's line-up features city kings, street bullies and traffic light champions - the naked Street Triple RS with a 765 cc three-cylinder engine and the Speed Triple RS, powered by a 1050 cc unit also with three boilers.
Standing apart is the limited edition Daytona Moto2 765 sports bike, which the company released to celebrate its status as an engine supplier for the FIM Moto2 World Championship.
A projectile with a dry weight of 165 kg develops 128 hp.