FOR THE RIDE
Triumph announce their intent to enter the mX and enduro worlds.
Triumph is excited to announce that development is well under way on a comprehensive range of all-new competition Motocross and Enduro motorcycles. Joining our class leading and globally renowned motorcycle range this all new competition MX and Enduro family will bring all of Triumph’s engineering expertise to riders and racers worldwide.
2021 SUPERSPORT CHALLENGER REVEALED
DYNAVOLT TRIUMPH RACING
Dynavolt Triumph, managed by Simon Buckmaster’s PTR team, is the ideal partnership for Triumph, with proven capability in Supersport race preparation, trackside operations and the ability to co-ordinate with Triumph’s in-house engineering department.
Former WSS British rider Kyle Smith and former British MotoStar champion, Brandon Paasch are the two factory riders who will wear the Dynavolt Triumph team colours in this historical return to official racing for Triumph Motorcycles.
We’re going racing! - Dynavolt Triumph
For 2021 Triumph Motorcycles will be entering the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship as Dynavolt Triumph. Our Street Triple RS Supersport challenger is powered by the same 765 triple engine as the Moto2 race bikes.
In this exclusive video, our Chief Product Officer Steve Sargent, Dynavolt Triumph Racing Team Manager Simon Buckmaster and rider Brandon Paasch reflect on the build up to the season opener at Oulton Park on the 27th June 2021.
Dynavolt Triumph Street Triple RS - Rolling Road
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The Dynavolt Triumph Street Triple RS Supersport machine spitting flames on the dyno at Triumph HQ!
Onboard the Dynavolt Triumph Supersport Challenger
Jump on board with Brandon Paasch as he tackles Donington Park Race Circuit during the final testing session ahead of the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship season opener.
The basis of the Dynavolt Triumph 765 is the Street Triple RS, a bike that has had significant global sales success and which is appreciated for it’s class leading handling and exhilarating, torque rich engine. Following discussion with MSVR and Dorna WorldSBK Organisation (DWO), Triumph are committed to helping establish a new Supersport formula allowing a wider range of engine formats to compete on level terms, thereby offering great potential for exciting racing which can feedback into the development of bikes that people can see in their local showroom.
As the exclusive engine supplier to the FIM Moto2™ World Championship since the start of the 2019 season, Triumph Motorcycles provides all of the teams with race-tuned 765cc triples, each of which is based on the class-leading Street Triple RS powerplant. With developments that allow the engine to breathe more freely and rev harder, peak power output is more than 140PS (an increase of more than 17% over the production bike).