Triumph Motorcycles has opened the doors to an immersive new Visitor Centre that will allow fans to go behind-the-scenes and journey through its 115 years of motorcycling history.
The new Triumph Factory Experience tells the full story of the iconic brand and showcases Triumph’s historic and modern achievements in design, engineering, racing and popular culture. Fans of the Brand will see how Triumph designs and makes motorcycles, and get up close to the most iconic and rare Triumph collection in the world, including:
Legendary Triumph movie bikes, from Steve McQueen’s original Great Escape movie bike, not seen since filming completed in 1962, to Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible 2 Speed Triple
There’s also rare original models from the brands 115 year history and priceless racing and land speed Triumphs, including the original 1956 Bonneville salt flats record smashing streamliner, on display. Plus, there’s an abundance of iconic motorcycle memorabilia, dealer signage and racing ephemera.
The new exclusive guided factory tour provides unprecedented access to Triumph’s unique engineering and manufacturing process and facilities. Based at the brand’s headquarters and UK manufacturing facilities in Hinckley, Leicestershire it is set to open on 1 November. The Triumph Factory Experience is free to visit and will showcase an exclusive collection of never-before-seen exhibits centred around the design, engineering and manufacture of Triumph’s most iconic models.
Triumph Visitor Centre opens on the 1st November – for more information, click HERE
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