Posted 26 February, 2020 at 12:30
From the original race bike that inspired and created the Triumph Daytona name, through to Triumph’s recent and most significant Supersport TT bikes, the Triumph Factory Visitor Experience unveils its largest exhibition to date at the home of Triumph, within its Hinckley Headquarters.
Visitors to the Factory Visitor Experience will now be able to follow the bloodline of Triumph’s legendary Daytona with a new exhibition which will be on display from now until mid-August. An impressive layout presents 14 iconic Daytona motorcycles that illustrate in chronological order the timeline of this incredible model range and features the most important race-winning models, spanning across a 50-year period.
The centre point for this display and on display for the first time since a full nut and bolt restoration, is Buddy Elmore’s legendary 1966 Daytona 200 winning bike, the original motorcycle which coined the ‘Triumph Daytona’ name.
Simon Thrussell, Head of Customer Experience, Triumph Motorcycles said:
“We are very proud to be able to showcase our largest ever exhibition to date and what better model to feature than the Daytona! You can literally see the prolific progression of the Daytona racing name within this display, its evolution over the years and how it became and continues to be, one of the most successful Triumphs of all time - with an ever-growing fan base. We’d like to welcome fans of Triumph and motorcycling to come to the Factory Visitor Experience and see first-hand this fantastic new exhibit, which has been a passion project for the Factory Visitor Experience team to create from the first day we opened. There’s never been a better time to visit our Factory Visitor Experience.”
Find out more about the all-new Triumph Factory Visitor Experience and book your factory tour tickets here: https://www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk/visitor-experience