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Triumph Moto2 Bike


Triumph’s rich 110-year racing heritage shows no sign of slowing.

An exclusive partnership to supply engines to the FIM Moto2™ Championship from 2019 will ensure the Triumph name remains synonymous with track speed, hair-raising sound and podium success.

Former 125cc World Championship champion and Moto2™ runner-up Julian Simon has been at the forefront of testing the engine at high speed, pushing its endurance and durability and evaluating its torque and power delivery.

Triumph motorcycle at moto2

“The Triumph engine is very different in every way and it’s really exciting to be involved in introducing a new engine with unbelievable power that grows incrementally and awesome sound,” he said.

Based on the new 2017 Street Triple powerplant, the Moto2™ triple is being developed and fine-tuned ready for its first competitive outing in the 2019 Championships.

Simon added: “This new engine is fun and a big improvement in power and torque. It is a great honour for me to be associated with Triumph at such an exciting time and on a project that will have such a big effect in Moto2™.”

Triumph Moto2 bike prep