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A brief history of Triumph motorcycles

Triumph motorcycles were originally one of the biggest names in British biking - from the first bikes produced at the start of the 20th century, to their slow demise in the 1970’s against a backdrop of increasing competition from Japanese motorcycle manufacturers.

Seen as a quintessentially English marque, the iconic brand was actually formed by German immigrant entrepreneurs - with the earliest Triumph bikes being produced in both Nuremberg, and Coventry. If you are looking for classic Triumph motorcycle insurance, hop over to our classic bike insurance comparison page.

After Triumph’s collapse into administration, the Triumph name and manufacturing rights were bought by an entrepreneur and property developer named John Bloor. Whilst the newly reborn Triumph was conceptualising, designing and engineering a new bike line-up, production of the 750cc Bonneville and Tiger continued from 1983 to 1988 thanks to a licence deal between Triumph and LF Harris international (a wholesale parts dealer). This bridge meant that Triumph motorcycles hold the title of “longest continuous production motorcycle manufacturer” – producing bikes from 1902 to the present day.

In 1990, the Bloor era relaunched Triumph with the Daytona, Trident and Trophy. The bikes were made on a modular basis, with the machines sharing many common parts that could be used as the basis for different models.

In the latter part of the 90’s and early 2000’s, Triumph branched out into new territory with the T595 sports bike, streetfighter styled T509 Speed Triple, TT600, and adventure-styled Tiger 955 (which actually superseded the 1993 off-road styled Tiger).

The brand and range grew dramatically in the 21st century. Demand in America and overseas for British nostalgia was such that Triumph began introducing more models, and variants on a heritage theme – retro styled bikes with modern chassis, engines and components.

Triumph is still owned today by parent company Bloor Holdings - with the bikes being conceptualised, designed, engineered and tested by Triumph UK. The majority of Triumph’s mass-produced bikes are now manufactured in Thailand, however Triumph is still seen as a very British marque.

The current Triumph range comprises Tiger adventure-style bikes, the Speed Triple, Street Triple, Rocket III, Trident – and a wide selection of heritage machines. Triumphs’ most notable new addition to the range is the possibly the Trident 660 - a back to basics, budget-but-fun street bike.

Triumph motorcycle insurance

If you're going to be riding your Triumph on UK roads (and it's probably safe to assume that you are!), motorcycle insurance is of course a legal requirement.

You can choose to insure your motorcycle on a Third Party, Third Party Fire & Theft, or Fully comprehensive basis. It's important to think carefully and choose the right cover for both yourself and your machine should your bike be stolen, or you are involved in an accident.

With so many different brokers on the market all able to provide insurance for your Triumph, it can be a daunting, time consuming and potentially expensive process knowing which one to opt for.

Fortunately, Biker Insure is here to give you a helping hand. Using the comparison system (which compares over 25 of the best motorcycle insurance brokers in the UK), all you need to do is enter your personal and bike details once to receive multiple insurance quotes for your Triumph.

The quotes are laid out in a way which makes choosing easy. Not only will the price of your Triumph insurance quote be displayed, you'll also be able to see what extras are included, the level of compulsory excess, and any current special offers.

It's also simple to amend any of the quote details. You can compare prices and see how your quotes change if you opt for a different level of cover, voluntary excess, or even a different bike!

a pair of Triumph Street Triple RS's

How much is Triumph insurance?

The cost of your Triumph insurance will vary depending on a multitude of factors including your age, riding experience, no claims bonus, where you live, plus the type of cover required and more. As the old insurance adage/disclaimer goes - "quotes will vary and are dependent on your individual circumstances."

The model, age and value of Triumph bike you are looking to insure will also of course have a big impact on the prices quoted. Bigger capacity and faster machines will on average be more expensive to insure than smaller, slower bikes - although this isn't always the case.

If you want to see how much your Triumph insurance will cost, there really is no other option than to run a quote yourself (but don't fret, it only takes a couple of minutes to compare!)

We've run a few Triumph quotes to give an idea of prices:

How much does Triumph insurance cost?*

2020 Triumph Trident 660 - £78 Fully Comp

2017 Triumph Street Triple RS - £131 Fully Comp

2022 Speed Triple 1200 RR - £250 Fully Comp

2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 XR- £177 Fully Comp

* Compared at Biker Insure on 21.12.22 and for indicative purposes only. Quotes were obtained for a married 42 year old company director living in IV40 with maximum ncb, no claims or convictions and a clean motorcycle licence. Bike is garaged and used for social & commuting purposes. £300 voluntary excess. Actual quotes will vary depending on your individual circumstances and Triumph model.

Policies for all Triumph models

It doesn't matter if you own a Tiger, Speed Triple, Street Triple, Rocket, Bonneville or Speed Twin. When it comes to finding the right insurance for your Triumph, Biker Insure can help.

Got an older or classic Triumph? No problem - simply enter your reg number or select your model from the drop down list. You can compare quotes for T595's, Sprint ST's, Trophy's, Thunderbirds, and all the older Triumph models.

Because the system compares quotes from multiple brokers, you only need to enter your information once. Simply select the cheapest quote, or the broker with the insurance cover that best suits your individual needs. It really is up to you to decide.

Compare at Biker Insure today and find out just how much you could save on your Triumph motorcycle insurance.

Don't ride a Triumph? No need to worry - Biker Insure can compare motorcycle insurance for any make & model of bike: