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Peter Hickman honoured on the Triumph Avenue of Legends

The unveiling of the stone is to commemorate his and Triumph’s success with the Triumph Daytona at the Isle of Man TT Races

Peter Hickman has had a stone unveiled in his honour at the Avenue of Legends this evening at the Triumph Factory in Hinckley.

The ceremony was held to commemorate Hickman’s incredible 2019 season achievements, included a Supersport TT win at this year's Isle of Man TT and a hat-trick of pole positions and wins at the Ulster GP all on his Triumph Daytona 675.

The plaque was unveiled in front of the Triumph Visitor Experience which is located next to the factory in Hinckley. Marking the occasion, Hickman rode his Trooper livered Smiths Racing Triumph Daytona 675 out of the factory and down the Avenue of Legends to the place where the plaque will eventually be laid.

The Avenue of Legends pays tribute to racers, famous riders and historic Triumph names from the racing world and beyond. Plaques already there dedicate names like Siegfried Bettmann – the man responsible for the Triumph motorcycle brand, landspeed legend Johnny Allen and 2014 TT winner Gary Johnson along with 44 other iconic names from Triumph’s past that give a taste of what’s behind the doors.

The Triumph Visitor Experience is free and everyone is welcome to this family-friendly experience. In addition, we have a Triumph merchandise store and café facilities. An optional Factory Tour is also available, and this is priced at £20 per person. 

The Triumph Visitor Experience is at Triumph's main factory site which is located at Normandy Way, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 3BZ, on the A47 between Leicester and Coventry.

For more information or to book tickets – click here.

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