Triumph cruisers – take a ride on British icon!

The new Triumph Thunderbird Light Touring will be one of the stars at Suffolk Triumph's cruiser op

The new Triumph Thunderbird Light Touring will be one of the stars at Suffolk Triumph's cruiser open day. - Credit: supplied

Motorcycle enthusiasts are being invited to immerse themselves in the thrill, sense and sound of the best British cruisers at Suffolk Triumph’s open day on Saturday.

The classic cruising event at the dealership in Bixley Drive, Ipswich, is open to riders of all marques and will give them the chance to explore Triumph’s eight-model range of cruisers. As well as the iconic 2.3-litre Rocket III and the classically-styled Thunderbird, riders can experience the latest additions to the 2014 range of cruisers, including the Thunderbird Light Touring (LT) and Commander.

Pairing unique style with the world’s largest parallel-twin engine, the LT and Commander boast bags of character, ample performance and roadgoing presence. Much acclaimed by the motoring press, they aim to redefine riders’ preconceptions of a cruiser thanks to superior handling and ride characteristics.

Sean Stapleton, manager at Suffolk Triumph, said: “For those wishing to try a different style of bike, our Suffolk Triumph open day is a fantastic opportunity for riders to get stuck in and experience one of our superb cruisers. From the entry-level America model through to the 1,700cc Thunderbird, there is a bike to meet every rider’s style and, we’re confident, their budget too.”

Riders will also be able to explore Triumph’s range of riding gear, casual apparel and all-new boot range.

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For more information or to book a test ride telephone 01473 237357, email or visit the website at

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