Triumph’s Tiger brand changed India’s adventure scene for good. Because for years we didn’t have a motorcycle that was powerful, had huge off-road capabilities, also loaded with lots of features but the most important one was that we didn’t have an ADV that was aspirational and had access to official company serviceRead full review
The Tiger brand was the one that started the premium ADV culture in India a few years ago. The bike made a lot of people’s explore dream a reality, thanks to the bike’s comfort, performance and also the community it founded.Read full review
The Triumph Tiger is quite an established name in the world of adventure riding. In fact, it is the bestselling premium ADV in the country. And rightly so, for it has all the right boxes ticked to make it an enticing proposition in the segment.Read full review
We love the Triumph Street Triple RS here at BikeWale. We like its agility, the performance it packs in, and the engineering finesse it comes with as standard. But, the fact that the RS is as easy and fun to ride on the road as it is on a track, is what really made us fall for it.
The Revenant is a great jacket. It would be ideal for riding up to the Himalayas and it works as a great tool to keep the Maharashtra monsoons at bay too. And if you go touring around the world, well, this would work for you from the Alps to the North Sea and beyond.
Over the last five to six years, there has been a sudden surge of motorcycles being introduced in the modern classic and adventure segments. Each and every motorcycle maker wants to mark presence in these segments. Triumph, one of the early adopters, has taken it one step further and decided to bring the best of the two worlds together by developing the Scrambler 1200. So, in order to experience this new world, we were asked to keep two days free to explore the twisties and trails around Shimla on the new 1200 Scrambler XC.