Since 1902 riders have been allowed to be a bit cheeky on the seat of a Triumph motorcycle. The British-based motorcycle maker designs and manufactures a range of bikes: Cruiser (America, Rocket, Speedmaster), Classic (Bonneville, Scrambler, Thruxton), Supersport (Daytona), Roadster (Speed Triple), Adventure (Tiger) and Touring (Sprint). Its Thunderbird edition can be outfitted as a cruiser, street rod, or touring bike. Triumph offers a clothing/accessories line designed to enhance both bike and rider style. Triumph sells its bikes in roughly 30 countries. The US and Canada represent more than 25% of sales. John S. Bloor bought the Triumph name and manufacturing rights in 1983 and controls the company.
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