Unveiled at the London Design Museum, the Triumph Trident prototype marks the beginning of a new stylistic chapter for the British two-wheeler manufacturer. The prototype is the result of a 4-year development program led by a dedicated team. The bike was designed in the UK at Triumph’s global headquarters and designed by the brand’s design team with the additional contribution of Rodolfo Frascoli, founder in 2010 of the independent style center “Frascoli Design”.

The design of the Trident has a pure and minimalist shape, with clean and essential lines, incorporating the DNA of Triumph style, with the characteristic grooves of the knees at tank height and some references to the balance of the Speed Triple. Trident is built around a powerful and compact Triumph three-cylinder engine, designed to bring all the benefits of a three-cylinder for the first time in its class, with the right balance of low rpm torque and power. “This prototype marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for Triumph, where the brief was all about fun,” concludes Steve Sargent, product manager for the British company.