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Triumph Releases Sneak Peek Video Of Highly-Anticipated Dirt Bikes

Teaser clip showcases chassis design for new track-competitive dirt bike platform.

Published on 07.28.2023

Let the teasers begin! Triumph has just released the first sneak peek video of their upcoming dirt bike platform. The short but informative video gives a tantalizing glimpse into the innovative design and exceptional craftsmanship that Triumph has in store with Ricky Carmichael and team revealing the new frame for the first time. 

Following Triumph’s earlier announcements about the imminent launch of their all-new dirt bike and dual-sport motorcycles, the newly-released teaser video marks the first in a series of clips leading up to the official launch of their new Motocross bike later this year.

Triumph Releases Sneak Peek Video Of Highly-Anticipated Dirt Bikes

With input from top racers, engineers have been working hard to develop a track-competitive machine that will have stability and rigidity yet retain good bump absorption and versatility for a range of different rider styles. As the video reveals, finding that balance led the team to choose an aluminum spine frame for the project. Moreover, the frame is completely hand-welded and designed from the ground up in what they state is not a copy of anybody else’s frame. 


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 “It’s taken some time but our benchmark was very high,” says off-road legend Ricky Carmichael, one of the big forces behind the development and testing of the machines.

Triumph Releases Sneak Peek Video Of Highly-Anticipated Dirt Bikes

While the video focuses on the chassis, it leaves ample room for speculation and excitement about other components that will likely be unveiled in the subsequent videos. The next video in the series will focus on the engine. It remains to be seen if the company’s dedication to performance and innovation allows them to produce something unique in the highly-competitive motocross/off-road motorcycle market. Triumph has already stoked curiosity among the adventure motorcycling community with the possibilities for a lightweight, high-capable dual sport motorcycle that will be based on the same design.

Unfortunately, Triumph is still not showing the full bike and keeping technical details of the upcoming enduro models under wraps. So far, the UK brand has revealed that there will be a variety of engine sizes with street-legal machines in the mix. “We have a range of motocross and a range of enduro motorcycles in development. The enduro motorcycles will be road registrable, but the motocross bikes will be pure off-road performance motorcycles,” revealed Chief Product Officer, Steve Sargent to MCN.

Triumph Releases Sneak Peek Video Of Highly-Anticipated Dirt Bikes

While no official launch date has been announced, Triumph has set the stage for an exciting new chapter in their storied history. Stay tuned for further updates and teasers in the coming days, as the iconic motorcycle manufacturer prepares to unleash their latest creations.

Author: ADV Pulse Staff
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Eric M.
Eric M.
July 28, 2023 1:59 pm

The bike looks like it’s going to be a great machine but prolonging its launch with teasers is just going to make people angry.

Jeff
Jeff
July 28, 2023 3:38 pm

Wow! Really interesting! Love that welders helmet btw!

Joe John
Joe John
July 31, 2023 11:13 am

Triumph should have bought the Husqvarna brand back when BMW put it on the chopping block. That would have been a fun endeavor.

Jinn
Jinn
July 31, 2023 3:22 pm
Reply to  Joe John

Wouldn’t make sense. Triumph is a stronger brand than Husqvarna. They probably have better engineering as well.

RobertSix52
RobertSix52
August 2, 2023 8:11 am

Wake me when they actually get past the stupid “teasers’.

Sid-X
Sid-X
August 2, 2023 10:40 am

Cool … this is 2023 … one teaser is all we have an attention span for before curiosity turns into annoyance

Michael
Michael
August 2, 2023 2:00 pm

I really hate these teasers. Just show the damn bike.

S Green
S Green
August 3, 2023 6:44 am

Dear Triumph. Put a nav tower mount on the front of the head tube.

Keith
Keith
August 25, 2023 1:09 am

Dear Triumph…on dual sport 390cc – 490 cc ..thick seat , passenger pegs ,electric and Kick start please please thank you

Keith
Keith
August 25, 2023 1:19 am
Reply to  Keith

Oh and lose the radiator …air cooled only…Yea I’m old school

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