Triumph in the 2024 FIM Motocross Championship
In a new business, Triumphdecided to take a spot on the dirt track of the 2024 FIM Motocross World Championships – and apparently the new range of bikes they have for the occasion will be available by their first round of whoops.
With Ricky Carmichael, Triumph Global Off-Road Ambassador fully integrated into budding MX plans, we get a feel for how the new motocross lineup—planned to be a series of 250cc and 450cc machines—took up testing.
“From the early stages of the prototypes I was really amazed at the quality of the performance, since then being in the UK testing the latest developments I can tell you it has the capabilities to win at the highest level and I personally think that riders, from professional to amateur, across the full range of off-road models, will really like what has been developed,” Carmichael assures in a report of RideApart.
“What Triumph has said so far is that the two bikes prepared to compete in the MX2 class will be all new 250cc four-stroke machines. Having kicked things off in MX2, the current roadmap for Triumph involves a single 450cc entry into the premier MXGP class from 2025,” adds the report.
In short, Triumph is keen to bite into the gold for 2024 – and we’re equally keen to take a look at the bikes set to leave Triumph’s lab for the occasion.
All the best in aiming for “the pinnacle of racing in an even wider range of disciplines”, Triumph!
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