But, in the mean time they campain a Triumph 900 cc Rally bike.
But let’s be clear, he didn’t just win the race on the Tiger, he dominated the course from the moment he wheeled off the rain-dampened starting line until he crossed the finish line 25 seconds ahead of another world-class enduro racer, 3-time FIM Bajas World Cup champ, Alessandro Ruoso, piloting a Yamaha Tenere 700. In third place was Gerard Farrés, aboard a Macbor Montana XR5 500.
Triumph has said they are going to come out with an MX bike and compete in AMA MX and SX. That has got to be a huge investment for them, so they must be serious.
An old timer brought a late 60s Triumph MX bike to Carnegie one time and I did a lap on the track with it. The suspension sucked but it actually railed turns pretty well and didn’t feel heavy. Triumph has history in offroad, they were the kings before the Japanese factories got into the sport.