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Triumph Motorcycles has released details about the development of the chassis and engine of its eagerly awaited Triumph motocross bike, ahead of its launch later this year.

In a series of ‘Vision to Reality’ films released by Triumph in the run up to the reveal of the new Triumph motocross bike, Triumph steps behind the scenes to interview the team behind the all-new aluminium chassis and engine.

Ambassador Ricky Carmichael said: “This engine has its own identity, and I think one of the best things about it is the way it’s designed and developed, which enables riders with a very wide range of abilities to be able to ride the bike. It’s light and compact and the power delivery is great for all forms of riders.”

The films feature several high-profile Triumph Racing managers, engineers and test riders involved in the development of the Triumph motocross bike, including from the SuperMotocross team Bobby Hewitt, Dave Arnold, Ivan Tedesco, Stephen ‘Scuba’ Westfall and from the MX2 team Vincent Bereni.

More information is expected to be released on September 5 when Ricky Carmichael rides the bike.