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Breitling Top Time Triumph Captures Spirit of Vintage Motorcycles

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Breitling Top Time Triumph

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Love motorcycles? Than you won’t want to miss this watch. Launched at the end of last month, the new Breitling Top Time Triumph is a collaboration between the renowned watch brand and British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph. It pays homage to the iconic cafe racer bikes of the 1960s. With its polished case, speed-focused dial layout, and head-turning color, the watch evokes the classic bikes of yesteryear—and stylish new models on sale today (Triumph created a special edition of its Speed Twin motorcycle as part of the collaboration).

“Triumph’s heritage and modern-retro aesthetic are just two of the many things we have in common,” Georges Kern, CEO of Breitling, said in a statement. “Their blending of tradition with technology is completely in sync with what we do.”

The watch references a unique period in motorcycle history. Cafe racers came about in the

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Triumph TE-1 electric motorcycle unveiled, bike rolling toward production

The Triumph TE-1 electric motorcycle project is progressing even closer to production after the company showed off the latest design and announced that Phase 3 development is now complete.

And it’s been a long time coming.

We’ve been following the British manufacturer’s slow but steady march toward an electric motorcycle for what feels like ages now.

It started with the company testing the waters back in early 2019 as Triumph gently prepared their customer base for the inevitability of an electric motorcycle offering. Soon afterward, Triumph officially announced that the project had begun.

The next few years were spent with slow and sometimes unsteady updates as Triumph joined up with partners like Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE), Integral Powertrain, and even the University of Warwick.

Triumph appeared to get a bit distracted in the middle of it, somehow managing to design and roll out an electric bicycle along the way.

But

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Triumph spreads the gold across the Bonneville range

British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph is highlighting the skills of its paint shop by making eight Bonneville models in its Modern Classic line available with gold-colored accents. Called Gold Line Edition, the motorcycles stand out with an array of elegant hand-painted details.

Shining light on what its paint shop is capable of wasn’t the only driving force behind the project. Triumph explained that its customers have been asking for brighter and more custom-inspired liveries. While the aftermarket can fill that gap, Triumph joined the growing list of companies in the car and motorcycle industries that give buyers (who are often enthusiasts, not merely consumers) customization options.

The list of Gold Line Edition models includes the Bonneville T100, the Street Scrambler, the Bonneville Speedmaster, the Bonneville Bobber, the Bonneville T120, the Bonneville T120 Black, the Scrambler 1200 XC, and the Scrambler 1200 XE; they’re all pictured in our gallery. Each bike

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Triumph Renews DGR Partnership for Five More Years

Press Release | September 29, 2021

Triumph Motorcycles are proud to announce that they will continue as main partner and supporter of The Distinguished Gentleman Ride (DGR), one of the world’s largest and most stylish charity motorcycle fundraising event, for another five years.

This is a press release from Triumph Motorcycles…

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Triumph Motorcycles are proud to announce that they will continue as main partner and supporter of The Distinguished Gentleman Ride (DGR), one of the world’s largest and most stylish charity motorcycle fundraising event, for another historic five years.

The renewal of this important partnership represents a natural continuation of what has been a great success story, both from the perspective of raising funds and awareness for prostate cancer research and men’s mental health, but also in the incredible participation and the riding community it has generated for hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists worldwide.

As

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