Triumph motor bikes sales are soaring in Thailand with sales up by 16% in the first quarter of the year.
In all, they have secured almost 700 sales, which is fantastic for the British bike manufacturer.
Triumph have eleven showrooms in Thailand but have plans to increase their presence in the Kingdom.
The company took part in the recent Bangkok Bike Show, where they had fourteen models on show, including the Street Triple RS and The Bonneville T100.
The original Triumph Motorcycle company was formed in 1885 by a German Siegfried Bettmann in Coventry, England. Over the decades they produced some excellent machines including the Thunderbird, Tiger Cub, Daytona and Bonneville.
In 1983, after 98 years of manufacturing motorbikes, they went into receivership and the company was bought by John Bloor. He decided against continuing with the then Triumph range, believing they could not compete with Japanese opposition.
Eventually after a lot of investment and working with experienced designers and engineers, Triumph was reborn and were back in production.
A wonderful success story