KERRANG AWARDS 2018
TRIUMPH AND MUSIC
Triumph has always had a strong connection with music. From Bob Dylan to Green Day and the Vaccines to The Stranglers.
Below are some of our recent partnerships.
Nick O'Malley, the Arctic Monkeys bassist has always been a keen motorcyclist.
Since passing his CBT, he has been 'obsessed with getting out on two wheels whenever an opportunity comes around.'
Find out more about our exclusive interview with Nick O'Malley.
REVEREND AND THE MAKERS
The Reverend and The Makers drummer Ryan Jenkinson is a fellow Triumph fanatic.
We teamed up with Ryan and Nick O'Malley from the Arctic Monkeys for a track day at the Silverstone circuit on two Street Triples.
See what happened on the track day.
When we launched the Bobber in 2016, we invited the Vaccines down to London to put a fantastic show on for us.
We had drag racing, we had The Vaccines and above all we had the beautiful Bobber.
Catch up on all the best bits of the Bobber launch.
Green Day, the American punk rock band played Hyde Park last summer and en-route to their next gig, called in to visit Triumph's Hinckley facility with all of their crew.
Billie Joe Armstrong (vocals), Mike Dirnt (bass) and Tre Cool (drums) also rode specially customised versions of Triumph Thruxton R, Bonneville T100 and Bobber products during their US tour.
Mark Richardson, the drummer from Skunk Anansie remembers vividly the moment his motorcycle infatuation started, as he lay upside down in a ditch beneath a battered old Triumph Bonneville. Find out about how his motorcycle story developed.
We teamed up with FOXE - a three-piece indie pop band whose high-intensity guitar-based tunes are packed full of potential, as guests of the Bobber Black and Speedmaster launch party will testify.