Triumph Motorcycles Logo – Triumph Motorcycles is a brand of a motorcycle manufacturer in the United Kingdom. Direct descendant of Triumph Engineering Co Ltd, established in 1902. When it entered into recession in 1983, John Bloor bought the rights and image of the brand, and re-founded the company as Bonneville Coventry Ltd but eventually the name Triumph Motorcycles Ltd.
Due to the rise and success of Japanese motorcycle sales and number of problems to keep factories open that caused many strikes and even the British government intervention in the form of financial assistance throughout the 70’s, the company Triumph Engineering Co Ltd decided take the closure in 1983. Immediately, businessman John Bloor decide to buy the rights to the brand and its image to reestablish the company.
Thus, first decide how to reorganize work and put together a new team, still using many of the old Triumph designers. They travel to Japan to visit the assembly plants of its competitors in that country and adopt new ideas and working methods, and equipped with computer-controlled machinery, the company’s new plant of 40,000m2 in Hinckley, Leicestershire. In 1985, Triumph is the new industrial tools and begin to design their first prototypes, and by 1987, the company had completed its first motorcycle.