Prior to its public unveiling, we get a sneak preview of the entire experience centre
The mark of a brand with sufficient heft and heritage plus also of course building repeatedly on success is when you celebrate the brand and make these celebrations accessible not just to enthusiasts of the marquee but also the general populace. The rejuvenated Triumph brand in its near 27-year second innings has just done that – a centre to celebrate its glorious place in motorcycling history that will surely be the must visit spot for all its fans.
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