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Triumph Factory Customs Announced

Triumph Global has announced two brand new "Factory Custom" models: the Triumph Thruxton TFC & the Triumph Rocket 3 TFC. A landmark moment in their approach to custom motorcycle design, Triumph present the TFC concept; an exclusive limited edition line-up of ultra-premium custom motorcycles.

Every TFC motorcycle embodies the absolute pinnacle in hand-crafted custom design, performance, technology, engineering, specification and finish. These breathtaking bikes are totally unique, truly special, and absolutely stunning.

A TFC motorcycle is a uniquely crafted work of top quality engineering with a one-off custom design. Limited to just 750, each one is numbered, exclusive, and never to be repeated, making them ultra-premium limited edition Triumphs.

The TFC line-up represents the best of Triumph Motorcycles, including greater performance, higher specification equipment, and class-leading technology together with exclusive additional engineering innovations.

Breathtaking design quality, with exceptional component finishes and custom detailing; TFC motorcycles have been carefully designed and crafted to be the most beautiful, exclusive, and desirable Triumphs ever made.

Triumph’s unique culture and passion for custom design, and shared attitude to achieve new heights with cutting edge engineering innovations, has enabled us to develop a world-class custom design capability at our Hinckley headquarters.

With remarkable hand-built factory custom creations for Hollywood movies and high profile motorcycle riders ranging from icons like Jason Statham and Luke Evans to footballing legends such as David Beckham, Triumph Motorcycles continue to develop a world-class in-house capability for custom design and motorcycle art.


A long-established iconic name in motorcycling, the Thruxton is the first of our motorcycles to be re-created as a Triumph Factory Custom. As well as all the focused sporty attitude of the legendary café racer, this incredible TFC model celebrates the best of British engineering, detailing and finish with this ultra-rare never-to-be-repeated version that delivers more on every dimension.

  • Only 750 worldwide
  • 1200cc Bonneville Engine
  • 107 PS Engine Power
  • 5KG Lighter thanks to carbon fibre bodywork and aluminium engine rail upgrades



Triumph’s legendary Rocket was renowned as a pure original, with more muscle, presence and power than all others. And now, an ultra-rare, ultra-premium Triumph Factory Custom Rocket is planned. Featuring an all-new Triple engine, the world’s biggest production powerplant will spectacularly re-define its own class with world-beating torque and performance, cutting edge technology, an all-new chassis and the highest level of premium specification equipment. The ultimate motorcycle is coming soon.

  • 750 worldwide
  • The world's biggest production engine
  • Cutting edge technology






Justin Barcia Defies Conditions To Conquer Anaheim 1

Justin Barcia fired the first shot of the 2019 Monster Energy AMA Supercross season, taking a thrilling victory aboard the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team YZ450F at Anaheim 1.

It was a perfect night for Barcia, taking both Heat and main event wins. The win didn’t come easy either. In addition to the stacked field in the premier class, Mother Nature threw in an extra challenge, dumping more and more water on the track. Barcia put his head down though, and knocked down the laps to take his first 450SX win since Seattle Supercross 2013.

Adding to an already stellar night for Yamaha as a whole, Barcia’s teammate Aaron Plessinger had an impressive debut. The rookie was able to battle with the best, finishing third in his heat and sixth in the main event.

The Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team heads to Glendale, Arizona, next Saturday, January 12, for Round 2 of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship at State Farm Stadium.

Justin Barcia

 Jim Perry - Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team Manager

“Today at Anaheim, the Monster Energy AMA Supercross kick off was a great day for the bLUcRU. Justin Barcia took the main event win which was awesome. The new YZ450F has been a great bike for Justin. The team’s been working hard in the off season. He’s been working hard in the off season; and it showed tonight. He was fast in practice and was fast in his heat race. It kind of came together in the main event. Justin enjoys the mud and it was starting to rain pretty heavy. Definitely a great night for him and awesome to see the YZ450F in the winner’s circle. It was also a great night for Aaron Plessinger, the rookie, as he starts his career in the 450SX class. He got a great Heat race finish in third and went on to the Main Event, started towards the front, put in a solid moto and finished sixth. Great results for both guys and looking forward to next weekend.”



Justin Barcia - Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team
"Anaheim 1 was an awesome day. I had a lot of fun in practice, then going into the heat race it started to sprinkling a little. I didn’t get the best start but made some good passes and got into the lead and won my heat race which was awesome, and it felt really good to get that first one out of the way at the first race. The main event it was really pouring down. It was looking tricky watching the 250 start so I definitely got a little excited and nervous and all those feelings you get at the first race. I got off to a pretty decent start and worked my way up to third by a little over half the race. I played it smart and tried to make no mistakes. One of the guys went down in front of me and then I was able to charge harder and catch the leader, make the pass and ride a smooth race to the win. For me this is incredible, I haven’t won a 450 race in over six years so it's a pretty awesome feeling. I couldn’t be much happier, I'm really excited to go to Phoenix. I just want to stay, smart, smooth, fast, consistent and focus on the championship plate."
Aaron Plessinger - Monster Energy Yamaha Factory Racing Team
“Anaheim 1 went pretty well. I got better and better every time I went out on the track. The heat race went awesome. I started out about fifth or sixth, got past some guys and finished third. I was pretty amped on that and I went into the main event pretty happy with myself. I got a great start and just maintained it. There were sometimes where I felt a little winded, but I couldn’t back down and pushed on to the finish and got sixth. I’d say Anaheim I, my first 450 race, was pretty good in my eyes. We’ll keep making improvements and head into Phoenix hot on the ball.”


Suzuki's popular fun ATV, the QuadSport Z90

 The 2019 iteration of Suzuki’s popular fun ATV, the QuadSport Z90 is now available from Australian dealerships.

Specially designed for young riders to grow their skills with, this four-wheeler is ready for action packed fun in its striking new Champion Yellow colour scheme featuring blue highlights, inspired by Suzuki’s RM-Z motocross range.
The QuadSport Z90 is suitable for riders ages 12 and above, it’s easy to ride nature promotes a safe way for youngsters to further develop their riding skills.

QuadSport Z90

A quiet and smooth 90cc four-stroke air-cooled engine is coupled with an electric starter and CVT automatic transmission, providing easy operation and allows the rider to focus on riding instead of shifting gears.
Engine power can be controlled to suit rider’s experience via the adjustable throttle limiter. Safety features include a keyed ignition to provide maximum parental control.
Tackling tight corners and rough terrain for junior adventurers will be a breeze thanks to the QuadSport Z90's plush, single A-arm front suspension with twin independent shock absorbers and single-shock rear suspension providing long wheel travel for a smooth, comfortable and balanced ride.
There's also a more than satisfying 6.0 litre fuel tank which means there's plenty of playtime between fuel stops.
The QuadSport Z90 is an ATV packed with quality, safety and style making it the perfect choice for youngsters.
The 2019 Suzuki QuadSport Z90 is available from now for a customer collect price of $3,865 and is backed by Suzuki’s 6-month warranty.





QuadSport Z90


QuadSport Z90


Toby Price Wins His Second Dakar

Toby Price has done it again - claiming his second Dakar title in Peru after a gruelling final stage which began with just a minute separating him from rival Pablo Quintanilla.

This was no easy feat for Price, who just weeks ago broke his scaphoid bone in his right wrist. "The pain and torture has been worth it" stated Price, "it feels like there are about five people driving a knife in my wrist. It's not very comfortable."

Quintanilla found himself in a spot of bother in the final stage, crashing out and injuring his foot in the process.

But what will become of his trademark hairstyle? Price engaged in a wager with long-time friend and KTM teammate Laia Sainz that if he were to finish higher than 5th, he could kiss Sainz. However if Laia finished better than 15th, she could cut off Toby's mullet. 

Sainz finished 11th overall. 

Sainz is no stranger to the Dakar, having competed in 9, with 5 top 20 finishes; while Price has only competed in 5. She was also in less-than-ideal health, recovering from Q fever which had her sidelined for the majority of 2018. 

A truly incredible victory from an incredibly talented Australian, especially considering Toby himself predicted he wouldn't last two stages. 

Congratulations Toby, Laia, and KTM - we look forward to the haircut!