Triumph Is Bringing Back the Trident, and It Looks Like Motorcycle Heaven

The Ford Bronco isn’t the only beloved motor vehicle set to make a triumphant return in the 2021 model year. Triumph Motorcycles has just announced that it is bringing back the Trident after a 45-year absence too.

The design prototype for the rebooted roadster bike made its public debut earlier this week at the London Design Museum. While an art museum may sound like an unlikely location to unveil a motorcycle, it makes more sense once you look at the new Trident’s eye-popping design.

First introduced in the late ’60s, the Trident helped push street motorcycles forward and ushered in the era of the superbike. Although it was released to critical acclaim, it was soon overshadowed by the release of the Honda CB750. The bike would be discontinued in 1975, but that didn’t stop it from earning itself a dedicated fanbase, one that’s only grown in the decades since.

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Do you or do you not need to mod your motorcycle?

When you have been exposed to the motorcycle scene long enough, the next target after getting your trusty steed would be “modding it”.

These modifications make your motorcycle a reflection of your taste as well as your needs—to have more confidence in your bike and enjoy a better riding experience with it.

Honda Philippines, Inc. (HPI) gave some basic yet essential motorcycle modifications that can benefit a rider in terms of safety and convenience.

  • LED Lights. Better illumination would help fellow vehicle drivers on the road to see you, most especially during nighttime.

  • Anti-Theft Alarms. Despite the presence of chains and locks, thieves nowadays are very much equipped to break these so it still pays to install an anti-theft alarm on your motorcycle to deter possible theft.

  • Utility Box. This can be vary to fit the needs of every rider. These boxes come in different sizes

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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is using COVID-19 relief funds to pay for a $5 million tourism ad campaign, despite a surge in coronavirus cases following the Sturgis motorcycle rally

  • South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is going to use $5 million in coronavirus relief funds on a tourism ad campaign. 

  • South Dakota experienced a spike in COVID-19 cases following last month’s Sturgis Motorcycle Rally which researchers believe might be responsible for more than 19% of all new US cases.

  • The state now ranks second in the country for new cases per capita over the last two weeks, with 439 new cases per 100,000 people, but Noem is actively still encouraging people to visit. 

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Related: 25K for world-famous motorcycle rally amid pandemic

In the weeks following the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, South Dakota has emerged as a COVID-19 hotspot. 

Despite the spike in infections, the Gov. Kristi Noem decided to spend $5 million in federal coronavirus relief funds on a tourism ad campaign to actively bring outsiders to the state, according to the Associated Press. 

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Night Shadow The Jaguar-Shaped Bike

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wild builds, both for motorcycles and cars. Sometimes people push the envelope a little too far, and that’s where Night Shadow comes on the scene. Inspired by the Jaguar logo (you know, from the British cars) this bike is guaranteed to make people stop and stare. It’s also not horribly practical and that’s just the beginning.” data-reactid=”14″We’re a fan of wild builds, both for motorcycles and cars. Sometimes people push the envelope a little too far, and that’s where Night Shadow comes on the scene. Inspired by the Jaguar logo (you know, from the British cars) this bike is guaranteed to make people stop and stare. It’s also not horribly practical and that’s just the beginning.

Designer Barend Hemmes reportedly had an epiphany we’re pretty

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