Triumph Motorcycles is facing a $2.9-million fine from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for being late in submitting safety-related documents to the agency, which violates the Safety Act. Of that money, $1.4 million goes to the government, and the bike maker must spend at least $500,000 to improve its safety practices. Violatin [ ... ]
New Zealand can be a testing place for motorcycle riders in winter. Weather conditions often vary enormously across the country. A day that might see perfect riding conditions in Auckland can serve up blizzards and freezing temperatures in the deep south. But, wherever you ride in winter, road conditions can make heavy demands on riding skills, [ ... ]
A first trip to the famous Isle of Man TT race has proved to be a rewarding one for sidecar passenger Darren Prentise.
The New Plymouth builder has picked up a two-year contract with Triumph UK Racing that will not only see him return to the Isle of Man but also offer up the possibility of racing on the world circuit.
Hundreds of motorcycles will tear around Invercargill streets in November, with the Burt Munro Street Races'' southern shift all but set in stone.
The street races, which had been running at a loss, were scratched from the annual event in April after the Burt Munro Challenge committee revealed it could have lost up to $10,000 running the event [ ... ]
Triumph Riders MC New Zealand are honoured to announce an exciting new association with the Hinckley Triumph Owners Club International (covering Europe, UK, USA, and Australia)
We look forward as a club to this exciting new association.