Video emerges of recent Triumph motocross bike examined by C…


A video has appeared of the much-anticipated Triumph motocross bike, of which lastly have our first (low high quality) look.

Since Triumph introduced they have been getting ready to enter the world of dust bikes in 2021, the anticipation across the motorbike that can signify the model in motocross has solely grown. With the announcement of their MXGP group and their SuperMotocross group final yr, and the affirmation that Triumph’s dust bike racing debut will likely be on the first AMA Supercross spherical of 2024, the truth that we have been nonetheless and not using a take a look at the bike solely grew extra irritating.

Lastly, we have now our first look. It’s not an amazing high quality video, or an official launch photoshoot, however it’s a video of what appears to be Clement Desalle – certainly one of two not too long ago introduced take a look at riders for Triumph’s motocross challenge – driving the brand new bike. It’s not confirmed, after all, by Triumph themselves, however sources extra deeply on this planet of motocross appear to be in settlement that that is the bike.

We don’t get a lot element, however what is instantly noticeable is that the body is aluminium. That is essential, since there have been rumours that the bike can be a KTM clone and, regardless of how a lot Triumph insisted it was an ‘all-new’ bike there remained a level of uncertainty.

Try the video beneath. 

Triumph will enter its first respective seasons of the MX2 World Championship and the 250cc class of the SuperMotocross World Championship (SMX, and thereby its constituent collection AMA Supercross and AMA Professional Motocross) in 2024, earlier than debuting its 450cc motorbike in competitors, within the MXGP World Championship and 450cc class of SMX in 2025.

Picture credit score: MXBarsChannel/YouTube.

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