- Powered by a four-stroke, 249.95cc, single-cylinder engine
- Rides on a 21-inch front and 19-inch rear wheel setup
- Unlikely to be launched in India
Triumph has launched its TF 250-X Motocross bike in the US. It is the British marque’s maiden offering in the segment and its details are finally out now.
Triumph has powered the TF 250-X Motocross with a 249.95cc, single-cylinder engine with a five-speed gearbox. That said, its power figures are still under wraps. The engine is nestled in an aluminium frame and mounted on 48mm adjustable KYB front forks and an adjustable KYB rear shock. Its brakes include a 260mm front and 240mm rear disc.
The new Triumph 250-X Motocross is painted in Triumph Racing Yellow with black and white colours. The trio gives the British motocross bike a striking appearance. Owing to its dirt-ploughing nature, the 250-X gets slender bodywork, upswept exhaust, and a flat seat.
Then, the 250-X Motocross can also be connected to the MX Tune Pro smartphone application for riders to fine-tune the throttle delivery. The bike rides on a 21-inch front and 19-inch rear spoke wheel setup with 80/100 front and 100/90 rear tyres. The bike gets a seven-litre fuel tank and weighs 103kg.
In the US, the Triumph TF 250-X is priced at USD 9,995 (approximately Rs. 8.32 lakh, sans taxes). The overall use of this bike is limited to dirt tracks and the pricing, too, is quite high. So, it is unlikely to be launched in India.