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Motorcycle insurance for your Triumph

A brief history of Triumph motorcycles

Find out about Triumph and how we can help you insure your motorbike

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If you own a Triumph or you're looking to buy one, our motorcycle insurance offers you great benefits and features, making sure you’re covered for the road ahead.

Why should you choose LV= to insure your Triumph?

A 5 year guarantee on repairs when you use our recommended repairer

10% discount for existing LV= car and home insurance customers

Helmet and leathers cover included, so if yours are stolen or damaged in an accident, we'll replace them to make sure you stay safe

Optional £100k motor legal expenses to help with legal costs should you ever need it

Side car and motorbike accessories are also included in your cover

Up to 180 days European cover included

Proud to be the UK's most recommended insurer

Call our UK call centre on

0800 316 1225

8am - 8pm Monday to Friday
9am - 5pm Saturday and bank holidays
10am - 4pm Sunday

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History of Triumph

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Triumph, formerly a bicycle manufacturer, bought a site in Coventry and started motorcycle manufacturing in 1902 - their first attempt was a bicycle fitted with a Belgium Minerva engine.

For the first few years, the company based its designs on other manufacturers - but by 1904 Triumph began building its own motorcycle designs.

In 1915 Triumph was chosen to supply the type H 'trusty' motorcycle for Allied military service. Of the 57,000 motorcycles manufactured during WW1, 30,000 of the air cooled single cylinder bikes saw active service.

The Triumph brand had an amazing publicity boost following the release of the 1953 film, 'The Wild One', starring Marlon Brando, who rode a 1950 Thunderbird 6T.

Sadly, Triumph went into receivership in 1983 after struggling to compete with Japanese motorbike manufactures. However, the name and manufacturing rights were bought the following year and Triumph went back into motorcycle production, becoming Britain's largest motorcycle manufacturer.

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Did you know?

The 1963 film 'The Great Escape' saw Steve McQueen doing a famous 65ft jump on a Triumph motorbike; except it wasn't him, the American Triumph dealer Bud Ekins did it - in one take!

Call 0800 316 1225 to get a great deal on your LV= motorcycle insurance

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