FACTORY VISITOR EXPERIENCE

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Reasons to come back and visit regularly



A RANGE OF EXCITING VISITOR EVENTS

As part of our free Factory Visitor Experience, we now include a regular series of themed Special Exhibitions featuring hand-picked collections of some of the rarest and most significant motorcycles in Triumph’s long history.

In addition, look out for our exclusive limited availability one-off events such as ‘Triumph Night Talks’, which feature guest speakers offering their unique insights into our latest motorcycle collections.  

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SPECIAL EXHIBITION THEMES

Return visitors to the Factory Visitor Experience can enjoy a breathtaking series of regularly-updated temporary exhibitions that showcase rare, historic, and legendary Triumph motorcycles. Each of these Special Exhibitions presents a fascinating themed installation with bikes that represent Triumph’s role in the history of motorcycle development.

TRIUMPH RACING CHAMPIONS

From the first motorcycle ever to be called a ‘Grand Prix’, to the next generation of Triple-powered Triumph World Champions. From September - November 2018, the rarest and most valuable Triumph Grand Prix racers in history are showcased for the first time alongside a new legend in the making; Triumph’s brand new Moto2TM engine development prototype.

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TRIUMPH night talks

To celebrate the launch of each new Special Exhibition, we host a one-off evening talk featuring guest speakers who deliver their unique insights into the motorbikes included in the latest new collection.  Tickets for these exclusive events are limited and can be purchased on a first come, first served basis.

TRIUMPH FACTORY VISITOR EXPERIENCE

This is the home of Triumph; a free immersive visitor experience that allows you to get up close to a priceless collection of motorcycles that spans Triumph’s unparalleled heritage from 1902 to present day.  

Here you’ll find some of the most iconic Triumphs of all time, as well as an amazing selection of memorabilia, clothing, and merchandise.  And don’t forget the 1902 Café, which serves a tasty variety of refreshments.

 
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