All of the Best Current Triumph Offers To Take Advantage Of

Triumph has a raft of deals and offers to take advantage of in the build-up to the 2024 riding season

All of the Best Current Triumph Offers To Take Advantage Of

Triumph is welcoming the 2024 riding season with a host of offers and deals on a huge range of its latest and greatest bikes. To help you find the right deal for you, we’ve taken a delve into the Triumph deals page, which you can head to directly by clicking the link at the bottom of the relevant section.

Rocket 3 R and GT £2,000 Personalisation Contribution

The biggest, baddest bike you can buy has a sweetener for 2024, in the form of a £2,000 personalisation contribution to help you spruce up your Triumph Rocket 3 R or GT and really make it yours. The £2,000 can also be used as a deposit contribution, which could make your dream bike significantly more affordable. You could also do what we would and use the wedge of cash to add some performance or aesthetic accessories, or even some official branded Triumph riding kit!

Check out our riding review of the Rocket 3 here.

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Tiger 900 family (MY23) Free Panniers and Rails

Any of the 2023 models in the Tiger 900 range can come ready-equipped from new with free panniers and rails to attach them to the bike. For fans of the road-biassed GT and GT Pro models, the bikes will come with the Trekker panniers and mounting kit, while those opting for the more rugged go-anywhere Tiger 900 Rally Pro will be be able to take advantage of the Silver expedition panniers and mounting kit.

Check out our review of the MY24 Tiger 900 range here.

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Tiger 1200 (MY23) £2,750 Personalisation Contribution

Triumph’s game-changing Tiger 1200 range is gaining a hefty £2,750 personalisation contribution this spring, and like the Rocket 3 above, the helping hand from Triumph can be used either as a deposit contribution, or be spent on riding gear or some accessories.

So, should you want to turn your shiny new Tiger 1200 Rally Pro into a snarling off-road beast - with additions like the handbook-approved Michelin Anakee Wild tyres and upper protection bars; or add some continent-crossing ability to a Tiger 1200 GT Explorer - spring 2024 seems like a very good time to do this.

Check out our riding review of the Tiger 1200 range here.

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Scrambler 1200 XC and XE (MY23) £1,500 Personalisation Contribution

If you’re looking for a bike that provides effortless amounts of genuine retro styling, with a level of genuine off-road ability that isn’t matched by another bike, the Scrambler 1200 range is where you need to be. Whether you opt for the more road-biassed Scrambler 1200 XC or the more off-road-focused Scrambler 1200 XE, both of the 2023 models are now available with a £1,500 helping hand from Triumph, which can be used to kit out the ride with accessories, buy some appropriately styled riding kit, or as a deposit contribution.

Check out our review of both of the 2024 Scrambler 1200 models here.

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Tiger Sport 660 £500 Personalisation Contribution

Triumph’s Tiger Sport 660 is a bit of a do-it-all kind of bike, easily becoming a sporty tourer, commuter, or B-road scratcher in one accessible package. Decking out your new Tiger Sport 660 for any of these uses gets a bit more affordable in 2024, as Triumph is giving all new Tiger Sport 660 owners the chance to take advantage of a £500 personalisation contribution, which can be used against the value of accessory parts, riding gear and clothing or to help pay for the new bike’s deposit.

You can read our Tiger Sport 660 review here.

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Speed Triple 1200 RR £1,500 Personalisation Contribution

Create a bespoke look to make your new Speed Triple 1200 RR your own in 2024 with a £1,500 personalisation contribution. Like the bikes mentioned above, the offer can be used against the bike’s deposit, riding kit and clothing or to deck your bike out with protection, electrical or performance accessories.

Read our review of the Speed Triple 1200 RR here.

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Trident 660 £500 Personalisation Contribution

The Triumph Trident 660 made big waves when it landed in December 2020, and left a big impression on Toad at the launch with him summing the bike up as a ‘quick and classy A2 middle-weight’. That’s a view that seems to have rung true with customers in the UK and abroad, with hordes of owners around the world seeing the Trident 660 as an ideal bike to help them move forward with their riding career.

Customers joining the ranks of existing Trident 660 owners in 2024 will also get the chance to use a £500 personalisation contribution, which can either be used to customise the bike from the official Triumph accessory catalogue, be put towards riding kit and clothing, or towards the bike’s deposit.

Read our Triumph Trident 660 review here.

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Speed Triple 1200 RS £1,000 Personalisation Contribution

Rounding out our rundown of the hottest 2024 Triumph offers is the category-defining Speed Triple 1200 RS. An instant icon when it was launched in 1994, the original Speed Triple 900 took the firm's much-loved Daytona, the daddy of all modern-day Speed Triples, and brought to it levels of performance and styling that until then hadn’t been seen from the revived Triumph brand.

Fast forward to today and the latest Speed Triple 1200 RS stays true to that concept, boasting more performance, technology, and ability than any naked Triumph that has come before it. Further improving that performance, ability and styling gets easier for new owners in 2024, as Triumph is offering a £1,000 personalisation contribution to be used against riding kit and clothing, official accessories or the bike’s deposit.

Read our Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS review here.

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Some of the deals mentioned above are limited-time offers, for more detailed information head over to the Triumph latest deals webpage for more information.

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