Triumph brings 13 New Colours to ADV Modern Classic and Roadsters

If you always felt the Triumph range of colours was a little drab, now might be just the time to check out these dazzling new colours

Triumph brings 13 New Colours to ADV Modern Classic and Roadsters

Triumph has given its range thirteen new colours to choose from for the 2025 model year, with the adventure, modern classic, and roadster ranges all gaining a dash of colour.

Starting with the adventure bikes, the Tiger 850 Sport is now available in a bright Roulette Green & Jet Black design and a striking Korosi Red & Graphite scheme. The design features a Roulette Green tank and seat panel with black ‘850’ graphics and a matching front mudguard complemented by a Jet Black beak, tank end panel and radiator cowl. 

The Korosi Red & Graphite scheme features a Korosi Red tank and seat panel with white ‘850’ graphics, plus a Graphite front mudguard, beak, tank end panel & radiator cowl.

The Tiger Sport 660 also gains a new colourway, in the form of a Baja Orange option, with the cockpit, tank and fairing featuring the bright new colour, which is complemented by a Phantom Black front Mudguard, radiator cowl and rear panels.

The Scrambler 900 is now available in a new Kingfisher Blue option, while the Bonneville T100 gains Aluminium Silver & Baja Orange, and the Bonneville Bobber gets Matt Graphite & Matt Baja Orange. The Speedmaster gains a retro looking Snowdonia White & Cranberry Red option, while the Bonneville T120 gets a new Crystal White & Cranberry Red option and the Speed Twin 900 has a Matt Phantom Black & Matt Crystal White option added to the roster.

Finally, to the roadsters, and the Street Triple 765 R gains Matt Baja Orange and a new Pure White option, while the range-topping Street Triple 765 RS gets a stealthy Phantom Black option for this year. Moving over the Speed Triple 1200 RS, Triumph’s legendary naken is now available in an eye-catching Cosmic Yellow option for the 2025 model year.

The 13 new colours will now be available across the summer 2024 and into 2025, and bikes in the new colour schemes can be viewed and selected on the Triumph UK website