A historical motorcycle brand joins with Formotion.
Through the Fifties and Sixties, names such as Steve McQueen and Marlon Brando cemented the Triumph legend, while numerous land speed records and race track successes gave bikes like the Thunderbird, Bonneville, Tiger and Trident iconic status. Now Formotion adds its own iconic brand to that of Triumph's. Both of us couldn't be happier.
Meeting Triumph standards was no small feat. Triumph inspects and expects nothing but the best from their bikes and their vendors. Strict quality standards from Initial Sample Inspections (ISIR) to production must be followed and passed to become a Triumph logo part. Certificates of conformity must be given and approved by Triumph that include Dimensional Specification, Material Analysis, Water Resistance Testing, Vibration Testing and Control Plans detailing a breakdown of key production stages. Even a site visit to our manufacturing plant was part of the rigorous and detailed process to become a Triumph vendor. Formotion is proud to be equally committed to high quality standards making the partnership between Triumph and Formotion a perfect match.
~ All main parts, screws and brackets follow below standards where applicable ~
- Triumph Standards 6060
- Corrosion Resistance to BS EN ISO 9227-2012
- Neutral Salt Spray Testing 240 Hours
- Water Resistance to 5 ATM
- Miyota Super 2035 Movement
- 304L Stainless Steel
- ASTM/ASME: S30403
- EURONORM: 1.4303
- AFNOR: Z2 CN 18.10
- DIN: X2: CrNi 19 11
- Teflon I-Ring
- IP Coated Black