24/01/2014

Triumph is Back!

Triumph riders again made the annual pilgrimage to Utah's world famous Bonneville Salt Flats to test their mettle against the grueling salt course and weather conditions. Thanks to everyone who participated and came to watch the 2013 Speed Trials by BUB, and a special congratulations to the competitors who set AMA and FIM class records. Watch Now.

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