2014 Triumph America Full Review

Sunday, January 5th 2014. | Triumph

2014 Triumph America price

Riding a bike on a raked out forks and twin rear shocks are a combination that offers a perfect blend of comfort and agile handling. You also get a pair of cast aluminum wheels with a diameter of 16 and 15 inch front and rear and is shod in the sidewall of the tire.

Only with a base price of $ 8,299 you can take home and have the American victory was large enough affordable Cruiser that demands respect and inspires confidence. In terms of style, the American Triumph features Chrome and polished instruments, lamps, bowls, forks front twin rear shocks and veiled include search engine has been highly enough to use to accompany your long journey.

At the heart of this “British gentleman” you’ll find an 865cc, air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin engine that cranks out 61PS at 6800 rpm and 72 Nm of torque at 3300 rpm. The unit is mated to a five speed transmission which delivers an average fuel consumption of 55.5mpg

2014 Triumph America Review

2014 Triumph America styling

This bike isn’t just built to look a certain way, it’s built to feel a certain way.

The America is engineered around a unique engine so you get a truly authentic ride. One that connects you to Triumph’s long and rich cruiser heritage. Triumph are talking about its distinctive, air-cooled parallel-twin that gives you the riding experience you expect from this class but with a very individual British flavour.

Taking classic cruiser appeal and blending it with Triumph reliability and everyday practicality.


2014 triumph america reviews

The Look

Pure cruiser with a British twist. With its eye-catching chromed and polished instruments, headlight bowl, shrouded front forks, twin rear shocks and engine covers. From the moment you see the America, and every second you ride, it feels every bit as authentic as it looks.


twin engine Triumph America 2014

Triumph has drawn from Triumph heritage and set Triumph unique British 865cc vertical twin at the heart of the long, low and sleek frame. Proud and upright, it not only looks the part, it breathes through carefully shaped, deep chrome exhausts to create a noise that connects you to the ride.


Built to be ridden, not just to look good. The America’s 865cc parallel-twin puts out a healthy 61PS with strong torque at low revs, peaking at 72Nm at just 3300rpm. Ideal for urban cruising at low revs but with enough muscle for serious long distances at motorway speeds, even with a passenger or luggage on board.

This vertical twin is a true original. Drawing on Triumph heritage from fifties and sixties parallel twins and coupling that with modern technology and build standards, the engine in the America has a laid-back riding character that’s unique to the cruiser world.


2014 Triumph America suspension


With forks raked out at a shallow angle and feature polished shrouding and silver legs that match the chrome springs and covers of the laid-down, twin rear shocks. The America’s suspension works hard to provide laid-back comfort and road feedback in true cruiser style.


Long, low and stable like a cruiser should be.

Everything about the America’s chassis is focussed on balance and Triumph has matched each component carefully to maintain that steady, intuitive feel.

As a result, it’s agile enough for an exciting ride when the road gets interesting and is more capable through the corners than most of its rivals.

It’s so well-balanced that it is ideal for inexperienced riders as well as a satisfying cruise for those with a lot of miles behind them.


2014 Triumph America rim

Never too sharp or intimidating, braking is looked after by single discs front and rear to provide plenty of stopping force, whilst maintaining the overall balance of the chassis so every moment of your ride is confident and controlled.

Wheels and Tyres

The cast aluminium wheels are small in diameter. 16 and 15 inches front and rear and fitted with chunky, deep sidewall tyres for a classic cruiser look and a more comfortable cushioned ride.

Seat Height

A seat height of just 690mm makes the America easy to control when gliding through traffic or parking. In fact, the set-up suits many riders that find other bikes too tall. Whatever your height though, easy positioning of the bars, seat and footrests means you’ll quickly find your most relaxed and comfortable cruising posture.

Riding Position

As a pure unadulterated cruiser, your riding position should be upright, laid back and spacious. But never at the expense of comfort and sheer riding pleasure. So the America’s bars hang high and wide but are also pulled back so that the controls are closer to you. And Triumph has set the footrests far enough forward for comfort, without being too much of a stretch. Putting you in firm, confident control of your bike during busy urban riding or long-distance travel.


Straight away people notice the America’s unmistakably British style. Its pair of cylinders stand upright and proud and make a powerful statement. And, being air-cooled there’s no radiator to spoil the view.


An engine like this is about more than just the numbers. It’s about the way it feels.

It responds to the throttle obediently, allowing you to accelerate confidently. And Triumph has carefully modulated its vibration levels to allow you to connect with the ride without it becoming intrusive on long trips. Then there’s the off-beat 270-degree firing interval and mellow soundtrack that gives substance to the America’s cruiser styling for a bike that sounds, looks and, above all, feels amazing.


2014 triumph america review


Triumph confidence provides you with a two-year unlimited mileage warranty on your new Triumph and Genuine Accessories. Alongside the knowledge that Triumph give you a 12 month unlimited mileage warranty on replacement parts.

The America carries 6,000 mile (10,000km) service intervals.

Specs 2014 Triumph America

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2014 Triumph America Specifications
Engine type Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270º firing interval
Capacity 865cc
Bore 90mm
Stroke 68mm
Fuel system Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
Exhaust Stainless steel twin-walled headers, twin chromed silencers
Final drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 5-speed
Oil capacity 1.2 US Gallon
Frame Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
Front Wheels Cast aluminium alloy 12-spoke 16 x 3.0in
Rear Wheels Cast aluminium alloy 12-spoke 16 x 4.0in
Front Tires 130/90 R16
Rear Tires 170/80 B15
Front Suspension KYB 41mm forks with polished stainless steel shrouds and painted lowers, 120mm travel
Rear Suspension KYB chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload, 96mm rear wheel travel
Brakes front Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Brakes rear Single 285mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Instrument display and functions Analogue speedometer with odometer and trip information
Length 2387mm
Width handlebars 920
Height without mirror 1175mm
Seat height 690mm
Wheelbase 1610mm
Rake 33º
Trail 143mm
Tank capacity 5.1us gallon
Wet weight 250 kilo
Max power ec 61PS @ 6800
Max torque ec 72 NM @ 3300
Fuel consumption urban 48us mpg
Fuel consumption 56mph/90kph 59us mpg
Fuel consumption 75mph/120kph 55.5mpg
Colors Phantom Black, Cinder Red/Morello Red
Base price $8,299

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