In July 2021, Triumph Motorcycles introduced the event of motocross and enduro bikes because the British model regarded to broaden outdoors of its fashionable commonplace, journey, roadster/supersport, and cruiser lineups.
The Hinckley agency not too long ago introduced in some legendary names to assist develop the prototypes, together with MX GOAT Ricky Carmichael and five-time enduro world champion Iván Cervantes.
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Now Triumph is additional increasing its choices with an electrical bike lineup for the youngsters. No preliminary growth is required; slightly, Triumph introduced the acquisition of Oset Bikes, a UK-based firm catering to new generations of motorcyclists by its seven-bike lineup of off-road electrical platforms, together with trial bikes.
“We are excited about the opportunity of joining forces with Oset Bikes: a dynamic brand that has been encouraging children into motorcycling for many years and have been at the forefront of developing electric trials bikes for fun and competition,” Triumph CEO Nick Bloor says. “While the two brands will continue working independently, Triumph and Oset will collaborate on new state-of-the-art products to inspire young riders into off-road riding, across the segments that Triumph and Oset will have a presence in, drawing on their respective strengths to build the best bikes in the world.”
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Oset was launched in 2004 by Ian Smith, who needed to construct a succesful starter bike for his then 3-year-old son Oliver. In its 18th 12 months, Oset has now offered greater than 40,000 electrical bikes in over 25 nations, with every machine that includes Oset’s in-house-developed electrical powerplants.
The 2022 lineup forward of the Triumph acquisition consists of:
- 12.5 ECO (3–5 years previous)
- 12.5 Racing (3–5)
- 16.0 Racing (5–7)
- 20.0 (8+)
- 20.0 Racing MKII Lithium (8+)
- 24.0 Racing (Adult)
- MX-10 (4–7)
“When we built that first ‘garage’ bike for my son Oliver, I had no idea that it would lead to this moment,” says Ian Smith, Oset Bikes CEO. “We are all very excited for what the future holds for Oset as part of the Triumph family. The Oset brand will remain as Oset and will continue to serve the trials and off-road motorcycling community. We are now better positioned to develop and innovate across our range while enjoying the security of scale and market position Triumph can offer Oset.”
For Triumph, the acquisition performs to its technique of getting into the off-road phase. Both Oset and Triumph can share one another’s information, serving to development for each manufacturers whereas influencing the youthful riders.
For extra data, go to Triumph Motorcycles and Oset Bikes.