CELEBRATE AN ICON WITH THE THRUXTON FINAL EDITION
Own a piece of motorcycling history with this exclusive final edition of the ultimate café racer
ICONIC FROM DAY ONE
Celebrated as the ultimate café racer since its inception in 1964, the Triumph Thruxton will finish it’s final production run in 2024, giving this beautiful icon a fitting final farewell.
The Thruxton Final Edition brings a chance to own this iconic model and experience what an exclusive, striking motorcycle like this delivers for riders first hand; with incredible specification, performance, capability and timeless style.
Each model comes with a certificate of authenticity, with the documents signed by the members of the Thruxton 1200 design team and Triumph’s CEO, Nick Bloor, along with a stunning unique Final Edition engine badge, which will be supplied with each model.
BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
The Thruxton FE comes with a beautiful competition green metallic paint scheme, exclusive to this model, with gorgeous contrasting black side panels and mudguards.
The tank is adorned with hand-painted gold lining, along with the seat cowl; with the artist’s initials concealed.
The ultimate café racer, the Thruxton Final Edition features the most powerful 1200cc Bonneville engine in Triumph’s modern classic range.
Tuned specifically for the Thruxton, the parallel twin produces 105PS @ 7,500rpm with increased power both low down in the rev range for exhilarating acceleration, throughout the mid-range and all the way to the top end.
This new model will be available in dealers from Spring 2024, priced at £15,095 OTR
For more details or to book a Sales Appointment, please call 028 9262 2886 (option 1) or email [email protected]
Triumph’s new 250cc motocross bike was revealed in public for the first time, at the SuperMotocross World Championship Final on Saturday 23 September, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in California.
Spectators witnessed two new Triumph motocross bikes enter the arena to a blaze of pyrotechnics and fanfare.
The hotly anticipated new production-specification bike was ridden by Jeff ‘Six Time’ Stanton, who won his last Championship at the Coliseum and is the current manager of Triumph’s Adventure Experience in the US. He was joined by the GOAT, Ricky Carmichael, whose bike featured his own graphics and non-standard specification components.
The date for the full reveal of the new bike was announced as 28 November 2023 on giant screens around the stadium.
To mark the moment, Triumph also launched its new Triumph Racing website and social channels. Follow the action @OfficialTriumphRacing on Instagram and Facebook.
Inspired by Iván Cervantes’ Baja Aragón race-winning Tiger 900 Rally Pro, the new Tiger 900 Aragón Editions are the ultimate all-terrain adventure middleweight.
With class-leading specification, the technology and capability of the Tiger 900, these two fresh new looks preserve the ultimate feel of aggression and attitude, while also adding that race-ready edge. Redefine adventure with the Tiger 900 Aragón Editions.
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THE NEW SPEED 400 & SCRAMBLER 400 X
Two all-new Triumph Modern Classics
The Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X: two all-new models joining the Triumph range in 2024. Born into a peerless bloodline, the Speed 400 roadster joins Triumph’s most successful modern classic line-up, the Speed Twin 900 and 1200 while the Scrambler 400 X takes its rugged design cues from the Scrambler 900 and 1200, with an off-road pedigree that goes back to the first factory Scramblers of the 1950s.
The Speed 400 features large 43mm big-piston upside-down front forks, mono-shock Rear Suspension Unit with external reservoir, lightweight 17-inch wheels and roadster-specific geometry and wheelbase. Giving an engaging and intuitive ride along with a comfortable, neutral riding position that inspires confidence for riders of all sizes and skill levels.
SCRAMBLER 400 X
The Scrambler 400 X features a longer wheelbase, longer travel suspension, larger 19-inch front wheel and wide handlebars for greater stability and control when riding on loose surfaces, as well as providing a more upright and commanding Scrambler riding position.
Triumph Motorcycles will enter the Monster Energy AMA SuperMotocross World Championship at the start of the 2024 season, with a fully supported factory race program established in the United States to run motocross operations under the all-new global Triumph Racing banner.
Set-up and operated in partnership with Bobby Hewitt, this new Triumph Racing team will field two of Triumph’s all-new 250cc 4-stroke MX bikes in the 2024 SuperMotocross World Championship West and East Coast series before entering the 450cc premier class in 2025.
Demonstrating that Triumph’s single-minded ambition and commitment to win is central to this new partnership, Bobby’s former Team Manager, Stephen ‘Scuba’ Westfall, will lead this new Triumph Racing US operation. Bobby and Scuba are a formidable combination, with Supercross championship winning pedigree, and an enviable history of success at Pro and top Amateur level, with a racing record that speaks for itself. Together, they share with Triumph the same long-term vision and commitment to delivering success in competition and racing.
As a significant addition to Triumph Racing’s worldwide portfolio, which also includes all of Triumph’s racing-related activities including the Moto2TM World Championship and Supersport racing, Bobby and Scuba’s team will focus on the SuperMotocross World Championship with responsibility for development of racing performance and talent to build Triumph’s future strength in motocross across the United States.
The team will be backed by Triumph’s in-house off-road design engineering department, which is responsible for the concept and development of the powertrains and chassis for the all-new MX and Enduro motorcycle range, and will benefit from their commitment to building on the resources, performance capability, and world-class knowledge and expertise.
True to that ethos, Triumph Racing is based at Triumph’s Global Headquarters in Hinckley, UK, where all of the brand’s research, design, engineering development and prototype build are located, while the SuperMotocross World Championship operation will be based at a dedicated new state-of-the-art race facility in the USA.
This program also incorporates Triumph Racing’s recently announced FIM Motocross World Championship team, created in partnership with Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni, which is building towards entry into the 250cc MX2 class in 2024, with the 450cc MXGP class to follow in 2025 .Engineering teams from the Triumph factory and both of the new race teams have been working closely together on enhancing chassis and engine performance through an intensive testing schedule underway in the USA, UK and mainland Europe.
Both race teams have also been working together on joint testing of the new Triumph motocross bikes, sharing key data and rider feedback on the specifications, performance characteristics and components with the Factory engineering group. The benefits of this race development information are being fed directly into each model of Triumph new motocross range, the full details of launch being made public in the near future.
Further information about Triumph Racing’s entry into the Monster Energy AMA SuperMotocross World Championship, with the 250cc bike in 2024 and the 450cc bike in 2025, will be announced next year.
Nick Bloor – CEO, Triumph:
“Following close on the heels of our recent announcement to enter the FIM Motocross World Championship in 2024, today’s launch of Triumph’s partnership with the incredibly talented team of Bobby and Scuba in the all-new Monster Energy AMA SuperMotocross World Championship continues our journey to the top tier of off-road competition and racing. I have no doubt, knowing the experience and capability shared between our dedicated in-house design and engineering teams, and Bobby’s hand selected team of racing experts, that this partnership will make an indelible mark on the history of this incredible sport and Triumph’s illustrious brand.”
Bobby Hewitt – Triumph Racing Team Owner (SuperMotocross World Championship and US Amateur MX):
“I always knew I would eventually get back into racing but to be able to do it with an iconic brand like Triumph, and to be able to help build this US Triumph Racing team from the ground up is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Triumph Motorcycles have been a part of my family growing up and to have them now decide to enter into professional off road racing is a tremendous opportunity for our sport and a testament to the growth of the motorcycle industry overall in America. I am also very fortunate to be able to work with Scuba (Steve Westfall) again and add the experience of Dave (Dave Arnold) and Dudley (Dudley Cramond) to our team. I am honored to be working alongside everyone at the factory in Hinckley and cannot wait to get back to the race track in 2024 with our new team and compete for an SMX World Championship!”
Ricky Carmichael – Global Off-Road Ambassador, Triumph:
“It is great to take this next step in announcing our US Triumph Racing Team. Bobby’s success in our sport as a championship team owner speaks for itself. The team he has assembled is already working with the factory in Hinckley during these final stages of development. They are some of the best people to have worked in our paddock and this shows the level of commitment, across the board, in this effort to compete for the SMX World Championship. I look forward to working with Bobby and the entire team when we go racing in 2024.”
Jeremy Appleton – Global Racing Manager, Triumph:
“Our entry into the Monster Energy AMA SuperMotocross World Championship in 2024, with a Factory supported Triumph Racing team, continues to build on our commitment to compete at the highest level of off-road racing. This new partnership with Bobby, Scuba, and their world class team, will bring together all of their extensive knowledge and experience, with our all-new competition motocross machines, to deliver on our shared ambition to write a whole new chapter in the world of Supercross and Motocross.”
Dave Prater – Vice President, Supercross, Feld Motor Sports:
“We are excited to have a manufacturer with the rich history and racing heritage Triumph has, invest in the SuperMotocross World Championship. Triumph has proven they can enter a new racing category with incredible success. They have recently redefined the Moto2 World Championship class with an amazing reliability record. We believe Triumph will quickly make a positive impact on the sport.”
Tim Cotter – Sr Director of MX Sports and MX Sports Pro Racing:
“The announcement by Triumph Motorcycles, to return to the American motocross racing and sporting environment, marks one of the most exciting additions to these programs in the modern competition era. Triumph enjoys a prestigious position in the history of the sport of professional and amateur motorcycle competitions in the US, and this new announcement brings with it the deserved anticipation and high expectations of an excited American motorcycle racing community. It’s an honor for our company to welcome the return of Triumph Motorcycles and to look forward, with great anticipation, as they take on the world’s best riders and teams, on the best tracks, riding against the best assortment of motorcycle brands ever assembled in the history of our sport.”
Mike Pelletier – Director of Racing, American Motorcyclist Association:
“It’s rare when a major manufacturer – especially one with such distinguished competition history over the decades – joins our sport’s premier racing series. I can’t tell you how excited I am – and the AMA is – to welcome Triumph to AMA Supercross, Pro Motocross and SuperMotocross for 2024. I’ve developed a great relationship with Triumph’s newly appointed Team Principal Bobby Hewitt and Team Manager Steve Westfall over the years, and it’s been a pleasure working with Triumph from the very beginning of its path to professional Supercross and Motocross. Triumph’s racing history is monumental, and we can’t wait to watch the newest chapter unfold during the 2024 season and beyond.”
Triumph Motorcycles confirms plans to compete in the prestigious FIM Motocross World Championship in 2024, with a factory supported race programme under an all-new Triumph Racing banner.
This landmark new Triumph Racing Team has been set-up in partnership with Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni, one of the sport’s most experienced and successful team owners, who will field two of Triumph’s all-new 250cc 4-stroke MX bikes in the 2024 MX2 class and will add an entry into the 450cc MXGP class in 2025.
Under the new Triumph Racing banner, which will now cover all of Triumph’s racing-related activities including Moto2 and Supersport racing, the partnership between Triumph and Thierry will encompass his well established and highly successful team structure and facilities. Further under-pinning the ambition and commitment to win central to this new partnership, Triumph is also pleased announce that his long-standing Team Manager, Vincent Bereni, will continue leading the team with a full crew of highly experienced technical staff all focused on bringing Triumph to the pinnacle of motocross racing performance.
The new long-term partnership between Triumph and Thierry reflects a shared goal and commitment to build depth and success into Triumph Racing’s approach to competition. As a part of Triumph Racing’s portfolio of commitments, Thierry and Vincent’s team will focus on the FIM Motocross World Championship – in MX2 and MXGP, together with development of technology and talent to build Triumph’s future strength in international motocross racing.
Thierry and Vincent’s past racing record speaks for itself – with over 80 MXGP World Championship victories and a huge reputation for technical and preparation excellence. Backed by Triumph’s in-house motocross design engineering department, which is responsible for the concept and development of its all-new MX and Enduro motorcycle range, Triumph Racing is committed to building its resources and performance capability with world-class knowledge and experience.
Triumph Racing is based at Triumph’s Global Headquarters in Hinckley, UK, where the brand’s research, design, engineering development and prototype build are located, and the Motocross World Championship team will be based at Thierry’s race facility near Eindhoven in Holland, where race team personnel, operations and competition development will be housed. Engineering groups at the Triumph factory and the race team are working closely together on continuously enhancing chassis and engine performance through an intensive testing schedule underway in the USA, UK and mainland Europe, building towards the first MX2 Grand Prix of the 2024 FIM Motocross World Championship.
Testing of the new Triumph motocross and enduro bikes is well underway and information on the specifications, performance characteristics and components of each model will be released in due course, along with more news on Triumph Racing’s entry into further top-tier Championships and categories.
Nick Bloor – CEO, Triumph:
“Our new partnership with Thierry demonstrates Triumph’s long-term commitment to competing at the highest levels of racing. We share a passion for delivering world-class performance, and the experience Thierry and his team bring will prove invaluable in our ambition to make our mark on a very competitive championship. Our entry into the FIM Motocross World Championship with a Factory supported Triumph Racing team signifies a landmark moment at the beginning of our new top-tier off-road racing campaign”.
Thierry Chizat-Suzzoni – Triumph Racing Team Owner (MX2 and MXGP):
“Triumph have made a major commitment to build an MX bike and go racing in the FIM World Motocross Championship. I am happy that my team is going to be the official Triumph Racing Team in MX2 and MXGP. Nick Bloor and the Triumph Board of Directors have made their long-term ambitions for the project very clear and I see a huge amount of passion from everyone at the Factory. I am happy with progress on the bike, it looks great, has speed on the track and Vincent and my staff are working with the engineers at Hinckley on building it into a competitive package for entry into the MX2 Championship in 2024. MXGP continues to grow around the world, I am very happy to be back and looking forward to going racing with Triumph”.
David Luongo – CEO, Infront Moto Racing:
“It is a great news! Probably one the most important in recent years. Infront Moto Racing will welcome a new manufacturer in the MX2 and MXGP World Championship. We are talking about one of the most emblematic motorcycle brands in the world. Triumph will join our championship from 2024 with a full program in MX2 and MXGP categories. This is a very important announcement and is a fantastic sign about the interest and the importance of MXGP in the international motorsport scene. During the last 20 years, MXGP has been growing and has established globally. With an average of 19 events per year, it gives the best platform for manufacturers to develop their bikes, components and to advertise them worldwide. From Asia to South America, going through Europe, MXGP is covering all the different markets and is touching most of the off road fans in the world. It is with a great pride and excitement that we welcome Triumph to MXGP and we wish them a lot of success in the years to come and a great competition with the other Factory Teams already present!”
Jeremy Appleton – Global Racing Manager, Triumph:
“The launch of Triumph Racing is a pivotal step in our journey to bring Triumph to the pinnacle of racing across an even wider range of disciplines. Building on Triumph’s success as the sole engine supplier to the Moto2 World Championship and our participation in Supersport racing, the move into MX2 and MXGP opens the door on a strategically important new chapter in top-tier off-road racing. We well know the demands of World Championship competition and that is the reason for forming the partnership with Thierry. Together with Vincent, their approach to racing and development of performance is impressive and we are looking forward to building the project together and adding to the success that they have already achieved in the Motocross World Championship”
Ricky Carmichael – Global Off-Road Ambassador, Triumph:
“I’m really excited about today’s news. It’s been a long time coming. Since the start of this project with Triumph, I have been amazed at just how hard everyone has been working. It must not go without mentioning, the whole R&D and engineering group that have been a part of the development of the motorcycles have done an absolutely incredible job. From the first stages of the prototypes, I was really taken back at how well the performance was, since then, being in the UK testing the newest developments, I can tell you that it has the capabilities of winning at the highest level and I personally believe the riders, from professional to amateur, across the entire range of off road models, will really like what has been developed!”
Get up close to the brand new Tiger 1200 at Phillip McCallen Triumph.
Stunning from every angle, the new Tiger 1200 brings incredible poise and presence to the next generation of Triumph’s flagship adventure machine. Developed by Triumph specialists with unstoppable road and off-road performance at the heart of its design, every facet of the new Tiger has been designed with purpose and intent to deliver the most capable large capacity adventure motorcycle available.
Join us on Thursday 24th March from 6PM until 8PM, see the all new Tiger 1200 and learn more about Triumph’s flagship adventure machine.
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As the year draws to a close we would like to take the time to say ‘Thank You’ to each and every one of our customers and clients. 2021 has been another unusual year for everyone, worldwide. Phillip McCallen Motorcycles has managed to keep going through the difficult times with the support of you our customers and our terrific staff. We are looking forward to better times in 2022, for which we have new and exciting plans! We would also like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and we look forward to seeing you again in 2022.
The new Speed Triple 1200 RR delivers a new pinnacle in the style and design of Triumph’s modern roadster icon.
As stunning to look at as it is exhilarating to ride, with the highest specification ever.
1160 ENGINE – 180 PS PEAK POWER – 125 NM PEAK TORQUE – 10000 MILES SERVICE
PURE ELEGANCE, PERFORMANCE AND ATTITUDE
Combining distinctive British elegance and style with exhilarating real-world performance, the Speed Triple 1200 RR is the ultimate sports bike for the road.
SPEED TRIPLE 1200 RR KEY FEATURES
OPTIMISED CORNERING ABS AND TC
Escaping the city or tearing up the track, the RR’s advanced IMU-controlled switchable Optimised Cornering ABS and Traction Control systems inspire confidence in all situations.
EXHILARATING 1160CC TRIPLE ENGINE
Developed with learnings from the Moto2™ race programme, the RR’s low-inertia triple engine produces a muscular 125Nm of torque, punching its way to a peak power figure of 180PS in a heartbeat.
NEW ÖHLINS SEMI-ACTIVE SUSPENSION
Quite simply the most sophisticated suspension available from Öhlins – top-of-the range Smart EC 2.0 electronically adjustable, semi-active suspension for superb handling in all conditions.
NEW FULLY ENGAGED & COMMITTED ERGONOMICS
With a handlebar position 135mm lower and 50mm further forward than the RS, and a footrest position tailored to suit, the RR delivers the most focused ride ever without compromising comfort.
NEW CRAFTED COCKPIT FAIRING & SINGLE HEADLIGHT
The elegant new cockpit fairing design with its signature single round DRL headlight, combined with its unique clip-on handlebar set-up, make the RR instantly recognisable as the most focused Speed Triple ever.
NEW TRACK-SPEC PIRELLI TYRES
With profiles designed for exceptional response, handling and grip, the new Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa V3 tyres deliver high performance on the road and the track.
For more details or to book a Sales Appointment, please call 028 9262 2886 (option 1) or email [email protected]
Triumph UK and Ireland held their ‘Dealer of the Year’ awards virtually this year on Thursday 27th May 2021.
A total of 15 awards were announced, based on a scorecard encompassing a series of key performance indicators.
Phillip McCallen Motorcycles Ltd won the ‘Triumph Accessories Dealer of the Year 2020’.
From Friday 30th April our Lisburn showrooms are open again.
When entering our showrooms, you must wear a mask or visor unless you have a medical exemption. And you should also shop on your own.
We have adopted opening procedures similar to those implemented by other retailers, whereby customers are allowed to browse our showrooms in limited numbers. We use a one-way system and ask all customers to adhere to social distancing rules wherever practical. There are additional cleaning, and sterilising to make the whole store as safe as possible. Hand sanitisers are stationed at each entrance to the showrooms, also new protective screens are installed at key points such as sales desks and parts counters.
Motorcycles Sales and Demo rides are by appointment only for the time being and all within government guidelines.
To book an appointment with one of our Sales Team, please call 028 9262 2886 (option 1) or email [email protected]
Our service department continues to offer parts and service, again within government guidelines. Please call 028 9262 2886 (option 2) or email [email protected] if you have a service or parts query.
Our Clothing department had a strict limit on customers allowed on the clothing floor at any one time to ensure social distancing is maintained at all times. We have disposable balaclavas for trying on helmets and a quarantine system for all garments that have been tried on. To book an appointment with our Clothing department, please call 028 9262 2886 (option 3) or email [email protected]
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