Though Triumph is best-known today for its motorcycles, the Hinckley firm actually got its start producing bicycles in the tail end of the 19th century. And while Triumph hasn’t mass-produced bicycles in more than 60-years, the British moto marque is tossing its hat back in the pedal-powered ring with an all-new electric-assist bicycle known as the “Trekker GT.”
Available in three different sizes — Small (450mm), Medium (500mm), and Large (550mm) — the Trekker GT sports a 6061 aluminum frame with fully-internally routed cabling that was penned in-house by Triumph’s design team. Drawing from a downtube-integrated Shimano BT-8035 504Wh battery, the e-bike’s powertrain consists of a Shimano Steps DU-E6100 mid-drive motor and Deore M6000 10-speed drivetrain that offers a max boost of 44.25ft-lbs of torque, as well as a range of up to 90 miles. The British e-bike also gets Rockshox Silver TK forks, Alex FR30 rims paired with Shimano HB-RM35 quick-release hubs, Shimano brakes, top-shelf Benex LED bicycle lighting, and custom Triumph seat post handlebars, and grips. Thus far, Triumph has only revealed weight and pricing for the medium-sized frame-spec, which has been announced at 53lbs and $3,750, respectively. For more information, you can visit Triumph’s website linked below.