- 2021 Triumph Trident

2021 Triumph Trident enters final testing phase

THE new Triumph Trident, the bike that introduces a new triple-powered dimension to the middleweight roadster world, has entered final testing.

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At launch, the Trident will introduce triple cylinder power and torque rich performance, class leading technology as standard, and Triumph’s accessible agile and confidence inspiring handling.

This new entry point into Triumph’s award winning Triple roadster line-up will be competitively priced to deliver great value for a new generation of riders. It's set to arrive in dealerships late in the first quarter of next year, with a full reveal expected soon.

Following on from the unveiling of the Trident design prototype at the London Design Museum in August 2020, the test photography showcase represents the last stage of development prior to the launch of this new Triumph.

Photographed during its final road test phase, near to Triumph's headquarters and design facility at Hinkley, the test motorcycle carries Triumph’s test livery scheme and a #TriumphTrident hashtag. The tag is aimed at helping people find information on the new bike.

The images showing the camouflaged Triumph Trident mark the completion of a four-year programme, with an original British design developed in the UK.

Through the final testing stages the Triumph product team have been fine tuning the characteristics that will make the new Trident the first choice for a new generation of Triumph riders.

The date and time of the full reveal of the new Triumph Trident will be announced in the coming weeks.

This story first published as "2021 Triumph Trident enters final phase of testing " on Exhaust Notes Australia.

Likely to be a learner bike, can you see yourself on the Triumph Trident?

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  • Me personally I could not ride it. After 40+ years of driving, riding, crashing ;) My body does not adapt well to the newer naked bikes. I admit if I was 30 years younger, I jump all over that bike!

      7 months ago