12/11/2013

World's Fastest -Triumph Highlights 2013

2013 was another break out year for Triumph North America. Fielding formidable race bikes in AMA Road Racing, AMA Flat track, and FIM Land Speed Racing, as well as driving several of the biggest independent extreme motorcycling video productions of 2013. Triumph is aggressively taking strides to reclaim it's title of "World's Fastest."

World's Fastest Video

This Video Features Triumph Riders:

#21 Elena Myers
#91 Mikey Martin
#40 Jason DiSalvo
#50 Bobby Fong
#7 Nick Apex
#21 Ernie Vigil
#42 Kenny Reidmann
#10 Johnny Lewis

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