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These Limited Edition Triumph Triples Are Built By Racers And It Shows

Builders have a tendency to put form over function, which makes the Gemini Project from T3 Racing stand out. This limited run of highly modded Triumph Speed Triples aren’t your normal custom builds: they’re completely reworked bikes built by the crew that founded the one-make Triumph Triple Challenge race series.
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The Most Beautiful Triumph Of All Time Will Cost You

The moment you lay eyes on a Triumph 2000 Italia you'll cinch up your tie and smugly declare that you've figured out how to become the practical James Bond. The jaw-dropping styling will make both classic Aston Martin and Ferrari owners alike turn their heads, and at the end of the day it's a Triumph so it's gotta be… » 1/03/15 9:31am 1/03/15 9:31am

Chris Pratt's Awesome Motorcycle In Jurassic World Is A Triumph Scrambler

The latest installment of the Jurassic Park franchise has dropped a few days before it was promised, and aside from some 6x6 Mercedes G-Wagens and odd bubble-shaped transportation pods, we get to see Jurassic World's star riding alongside Raptors in a Triumph Scrambler. » 11/25/14 1:44pm 11/25/14 1:44pm

Triumph Once Tried To Sell Their Cars As Furniture Replacements

Remember when you were a little kid, and how happy your racecar bed made you? Sure you do. Why should you have to give that up now that you're an adult in a tuxedo with an untied bow tie and a sexy lady in underwear waiting for you? You shouldn't, says 1970s Triumph. Not if you have a TR7! » 5/28/14 10:00pm 5/28/14 10:00pm

This Is The Small Car Rolls-Royce Never Made

When you hear the words "Rolls-Royce Myth" chances are you imagine stories of engineers flown out to remote deserts to effect repairs on Rollers before their wealthy owners' caviar-cones melt, or perhaps tales of the fairy genocide that was the result of the systematic capture and metal-casting of fairies to make… » 1/22/13 3:20pm 1/22/13 3:20pm

The Last Cars Of Traditional British Car Companies

The British screwed up their automotive industry like no other. The endless badge-engineering meant that their once great cars become as outdated as the fish and chips kiosk just outside the factories, while the long-lasting strikes made sure that the workers went back to do their shifts with just the right attitude.… » 12/31/12 10:30am 12/31/12 10:30am