With an incredible legacy dating back to 1902, Triumph Motorcycles represents the pinnacle of Great British design and engineering, with their lineup of world-beating bikes spanning adventure to roadsters to modern classics.

In the last three decades, Triumph has built and sold more motorcycles than at any previous time in its history through their international network of more than 700 dealers in 57 countries. Every Triumph motorcycle produced is guaranteed to deliver class-leading handling, finishes, details, and design. 

Triumph Fort Wayne aims to provide these impeccably designed, top-tier bikes to those in the Fort Wayne and surrounding areas. We also look to provide every customer of ours with the best possible service and experience, which is why we had our mechanics learn from the pros and and earn their Triumph technician certifications from Triumph Headquarters. 

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Whether you're looking for a cruiser, roadster, or adventure bike, Triumph has plenty of options to offer for any kind of rider. 


Speed Triple 1200 RR
Speed Triple 1200 RS
Street Triple 1200 R
Trident 660

Performance naked bikes at their game-changing best. Triumph's incredible signature Triple engines are built for power, torque and instant responsiveness. 


Bonneville Bobber
Bonneville Speedmaster
Bonneville T120
Scrambler 1200
Thruxton RS

British Icons. Beautifully Evolved. With a direct bloodline to the very first 1959 landmark Triumph Bonneville, the Bonneville family encompasses the legendary spectrum of modern classic motorcycle icons.


rocket 3
rocket 3

 Equipped with a world’s largest production motorcycle engine capacity of 2500cc, the Rocket 3 delivers the highest torque of any production motorbike. Unparalleled acceleration with a beautifully smooth, responsive and incredibly refined ride.


Tiger 900 Rally
Tiger 850 Sport
Tiger 900 GT

State-of-the-art adventure motorcycles with thrilling signature triple engines, innovative progressive technology and equipment, commanding rider ergonomics, and agile neutral handling.