TRIUMPH BUILDS 1 MILLION MOTORCYCLES [VIDEO]| Tiger 900 special model for one million

Triumph presented a special Tiger 900 rally in Hinckley. It is the millionth motorcycle that Triumph has built since the brand was restarted in 1990.

Baulöwe takes over triumph. It rushed through the forest of motorcycle leaves in the mid-1980s when John Bloor bought the old plant and naming rights and started over. Quite a few paid tribute to the project, most of them probably thought: it won't work. And they weren't right. At the end of 2021, Triumph built the millionth Triumph. The name of the CEO of Triumph: Nick Bloor, son of John.  Tiger 900 for the million A Tiger 900 Rally reaches this milestone and, to celebrate the hour, has a special paint job that takes up the theme of the million several times. However, it is not sold as a single item, but is given a place of honor in the adventure world at the main factory in Hinckley. "Each of our employees is proud to have made a contribution to this significant moment in the history of our company," said Triumph CEO Nick Bloor. "Since we presented new motorcycles in the tradition of their iconic ancestors 31 years ago at the Cologne trade fair in 1990, we have been able to share many great moments with our fans all over the world."  Reasons to celebrate Triumph these days has another reason to celebrate: Over 75,000 new Triumphs have been registered in the last 12 months. This peak is reflected in sales: £ 650 million. Also a record. And the next reason for high spirits at Triumph is due in 2022: Triumph is celebrating 120 years of company founding. The brand was founded in 1902 and was able to celebrate great successes for almost 70 years, in some cases as the market leader. The dark years between 1970 and 1987 are a different story.  What's next at Triumph? Nick Bloor gives an outlook: "With the upcoming launch of our brand new Tiger 1200, new MX and Enduro competition bikes, as well as our strategic partnership with Bajaj to develop smaller bikes, I'm sure the future will be just as exciting for Triumph and its fans around the world will be like the last 30 years. "  CONCLUSION Triumph celebrates the millionth motorcycle built since the new beginning in 1990. Congratulation. A Tiger 900 Rally with a special paint finish reaches this milestone, which at the beginning of the 1990s few would have thought they would ever see.

Baulöwe takes over triumph. It rushed through the forest of motorcycle leaves in the mid-1980s when John Bloor bought the old plant and naming rights and started over. Quite a few paid tribute to the project, most of them probably thought: it won't work. And they weren't right. At the end of 2021, Triumph built the millionth Triumph. The name of the CEO of Triumph: Nick Bloor, son of John.

Tiger 900 for the million

A Tiger 900 Rally reaches this milestone and, to celebrate the hour, has a special paint job that takes up the theme of the million several times. However, it is not sold as a single item, but is given a place of honor in the adventure world at the main factory in Hinckley. "Each of our employees is proud to have made a contribution to this significant moment in the history of our company," said Triumph CEO Nick Bloor. "Since we presented new motorcycles in the tradition of their iconic ancestors 31 years ago at the Cologne trade fair in 1990, we have been able to share many great moments with our fans all over the world."

Reasons to celebrate

Triumph these days has another reason to celebrate: Over 75,000 new Triumphs have been registered in the last 12 months. This peak is reflected in sales: £ 650 million. Also a record. And the next reason for high spirits at Triumph is due in 2022: Triumph is celebrating 120 years of company founding. The brand was founded in 1902 and was able to celebrate great successes for almost 70 years, in some cases as the market leader. The dark years between 1970 and 1987 are a different story.

What's next at Triumph?

Nick Bloor gives an outlook: "With the upcoming launch of our brand new Tiger 1200, new MX and Enduro competition bikes, as well as our strategic partnership with Bajaj to develop smaller bikes, I'm sure the future will be just as exciting for Triumph and its fans around the world will be like the last 30 years. "

Baulöwe takes over triumph. It rushed through the forest of motorcycle leaves in the mid-1980s when John Bloor bought the old plant and naming rights and started over. Quite a few paid tribute to the project, most of them probably thought: it won't work. And they weren't right. At the end of 2021, Triumph built the millionth Triumph. The name of the CEO of Triumph: Nick Bloor, son of John.  Tiger 900 for the million A Tiger 900 Rally reaches this milestone and, to celebrate the hour, has a special paint job that takes up the theme of the million several times. However, it is not sold as a single item, but is given a place of honor in the adventure world at the main factory in Hinckley. "Each of our employees is proud to have made a contribution to this significant moment in the history of our company," said Triumph CEO Nick Bloor. "Since we presented new motorcycles in the tradition of their iconic ancestors 31 years ago at the Cologne trade fair in 1990, we have been able to share many great moments with our fans all over the world."  Reasons to celebrate Triumph these days has another reason to celebrate: Over 75,000 new Triumphs have been registered in the last 12 months. This peak is reflected in sales: £ 650 million. Also a record. And the next reason for high spirits at Triumph is due in 2022: Triumph is celebrating 120 years of company founding. The brand was founded in 1902 and was able to celebrate great successes for almost 70 years, in some cases as the market leader. The dark years between 1970 and 1987 are a different story.  What's next at Triumph? Nick Bloor gives an outlook: "With the upcoming launch of our brand new Tiger 1200, new MX and Enduro competition bikes, as well as our strategic partnership with Bajaj to develop smaller bikes, I'm sure the future will be just as exciting for Triumph and its fans around the world will be like the last 30 years. "  CONCLUSION Triumph celebrates the millionth motorcycle built since the new beginning in 1990. Congratulation. A Tiger 900 Rally with a special paint finish reaches this milestone, which at the beginning of the 1990s few would have thought they would ever see.

CONCLUSION

Triumph celebrates the millionth motorcycle built since the new beginning in 1990. Congratulation. A Tiger 900 Rally with a special paint finish reaches this milestone, which at the beginning of the 1990s few would have thought they would ever see.

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