One of the 20th Century’s most celebrated motorcycle manufacturers, the original Triumph ground to a halt in the early 1980s. Reborn as a thoroughly modern British company in the 1990s, the new Triumph vowed to create its own identity rather than producing copycat sportbikes or cruisers. Today’s lineup of mostly three-cylinder bikes is impressive, blanketing Adventure, Classics, Cruisers, Roadsters, Supersports and Touring categories. The three-cylinder range includes the lithe Daytona sportbike, the rakish Speed Triple naked bike, the off-road oriented Tiger Explorer, the Trophy SE sport tourer and the massive 2.3-liter Rocket III cruiser. But twin-cylinder Triumph motorcycle options also exist, including the retro Bonneville and Scrambler, the Speedmaster cruiser and the Tiger 800 adventure bike. Altogether, the lineup beautifully honors Triumph’s rich heritage, bridging the century-wide gap between the first Triumph in 1902 to the latest models.