The 2022 Triumph motorcycle range + our take on each model

































































































































































After a big year for Triumph with the introduction of its 660 platform, Triumph continues its steamroller in 2022 with even more new models such as the 2022 Tiger 660 sport. The British motorcycle manufacturer has recently embraced a low-cost ownership philosophy, and they continue to push that mentality into the new year.

Triumph continues to produce beautifully bespoke special editions of its most popular models, so even if you’re looking for something a little ‘extra’, Triumph is sure to have something for you.

Triumph Rocket 221 3R and 3GT 2022

The Triumph Rocket 221 is truly a specimen of modern technology; the “King of the couple”. For those not in the know, Triumph had the audacity to designate this bike “221” thanks to its amazing torque figures. If you haven’t put two and two together yet, yes, this bike really puts out 221 lb-ft of torque.

The Harley V-Rod inspired Rocket 221 is a comfortable cruiser with one thing in mind; power and torque. Triumph is so proud of the power of this motorcycle that these special edition 3R and 3GT proudly display their horsepower figures directly on the motorcycle’s fuel tank.

The only difference between the 3R and 3GT is in the handlebar configurations.

MSRP: US$24,600 / CAN$28,700

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Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1200RR 2022

Triumph Speed ​​Triple 1200RR 2022

The Triumph “Naked Triple” family of bikes (containing the Speed ​​Triple and the larger Street Triple) have long been a staple in the Triumph range. Last year Triumph introduced the Speed ​​Triple 1200 RR, upgrading the Speed ​​Triple 1050 to a beefy 1200cc engine.

Street and Speed ​​Triple bikes have always had a style unique to the Triple family. In a bizarre display of design superiority, Triumph has completely redesigned the new Speed ​​Triple 1200 RR for 2022 with stunningly retro styling. The bike still produces 177 horsepower and 92 lb-ft of torque, except it’s now wrapped in an all-new, full fairing. The Speed ​​Triple will never be the same again.

MSRP: $20,950 USD / $23,250 CAD

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2022 Triumph Trident 660

2022 Triumph Trident 660

Last year Triumph launched its all new 660 platform with the introduction of the Triumph Trident 660; an inspired naked hoon-machine to complete with naked motorcycles such as Yamaha’s highly successful MT-07. The motorcycle was very well received by the industry and was a great commercial success.

That brings us to 2022 with Triumph’s second year selling the Trident and the first opportunity to make changes to the bike. Triumph has already taken the plunge and introduced 67 completely new and redesigned components into the Trident. The 660cc inline-three engine produces 80 horsepower and 47 lb-ft of torque; making it the perfect commuter or starter bike thanks to its low price.

MSRP: $8,195 USD / $8,195 CAD

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2022 Triumph Street Twin EC1 Special Edition

2022 Triumph Street Twin EC1 Special Edition

Did someone say special edition? The 2022 Triumph Street Twin EC1 celebrates its classic heritage with a beautiful two-tone silver and gray paint job that is sure to grab attention. Inspired by the early days of the East London motorcycle scene, the EC1 paint scheme and custom styling details serve to bring back echoes of the past.

MSRP: US$10,350 / CAN$11,550

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2022 Triumph Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition

Triumph Thruxton RS Ton Up 2022

2022 brings wind of another special edition Triumph motorcycle in the form of the Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition. Drawing inspiration from Triumph’s successful racing history, the Thruxton RS Ton Up Edition brings a special design to the existing model. A blue fuel tank with a hand-painted solver trainer liner adorns the top; while a special seat, mudguard, black side panels and accessory-friendly fairing wrap the bike in a limited edition.

MSRP: $17,300 USD / $18,550 CAD

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2022 Triumph Tiger 1200GT / Tiger 1200GT Pro / Tiger 1200GT Explorer

Triumph Tiger 1200GT 2022

The Tiger 1200 is Triumph’s attempt at a full-fledged ADV motorcycle. The GT edition offers a powerful yet lightweight bike dedicated to road-focused adventure riding thanks to its cast aluminum wheels. Triumph sent the Tiger 1200 to the gym, and as a result, it managed to shed an incredible 50 pounds for the 2022 model year.

The 1160cc inline-three has also seen some work, and it now produces 148 horsepower and 95 lb-ft of torque; enough power to take you to any off-road destination your heart desires. The list of accessories for Tiger 1200 models is virtually endless, so it’s up to you how you want to customize your vehicle!

The GT comes stock with a 20-litre tank, and the Explorer Edition increases to 30 litres.

MSRP: US$19,100 / CAN$22,300

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2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro / Tiger 1200 Rally Explorer

Triumph Tiger 1200 Rally Pro 2022

For the more dirt-prone ADV rider, Triumph offers the Tiger 1200 available in a Rally Pro edition specifically designed to tackle the roads less travelled. The Rally model includes tubeless wire wheels for increased off-road capability, two off-road-specific riding modes and some off-road-specific accessories such as an engine guard and bark suppressors to protect your hands.

Beyond the off-road transformation, the Rally Pro Edition remains the same as the 1200GT. The Rally is offered in an “Explorer” edition with additional accessories included in the bundle, such as heated grips and seat, tire pressure monitoring system and other technical improvements.

MSRP: $22,500 USD / $25,800 CAD

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2022 Triumph Tiger Sport 660

2022 Triumph Tiger Sport 660

A brand new model coming to the 2022 Triumph motorcycle range is the 2022 Triumph Tiger Sport 660. Taking their recently introduced 660 platform, it looks like Triumph have taken the opportunity to fill a hole in their range with a touring-centric mid-weight bike with an attractive price point and new styling.

Retaining the same 660cc inline-three from the Trident, the Tiger Sport 660 has been tuned to produce 80 horsepower and 47 lb-ft of torque. Triumph’s 17 liter fuel tank and endless range of accessories make this bike a dangerous threat to the middle-duty market.

MSRP: $9,295 USD / $10,495 CAD

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