Jack Lilley Triumph specialises in Triumph motorcycles. We are one of the largest Triumph motorcycle dealers in the UK. Whether you are looking for a touring bike, a modern classic or a cruiser, we have the selection and inventory to meet your needs. In addition to a large line up of new Triumph bikes we also have an extensive selection of used Triumph motorcycles for sale. All of these motorcycles have been reconditioned and inspected by our trained staff so that you can be assured that, new or used, your motorcycle purchase will be everything you expect and deserve.
Jack Lilley has been in the motorcycle business since 1959 and we have been a dealer for the Triumph Brand since 1991. Our organisation has a legacy of expertise with involvement in European motorcycle racing and we have leveraged that experience to provide a superior experience for the motorcycling public. We know motorcycles inside and out and we are standing by to aid and assist you in finding the right bike at the right price. We take great pride in our line-up of Triumph motorcycles and we invite you to visit our showroom.
Jack Lilley Triumph carries a full line of parts and accessories for Triumphs. Whether you are looking for Triumph Scrambler accessories or a part for your Triumph, our parts department is ready and waiting to help with all of your needs.
For those of you who aren't lucky enough to own a Triumph, there are still plenty of reasons to visit Jack Lilley Triumph. Right now we are having a Triumph clothing sale with motorcycle jackets and riding leathers marked down. If you are in search for a gift for the Triumph enthusiast in your life, then a pair of leather riding gloves or goggles might fit the bill nicely. If you aren't sure about sizes or styles, we have gift certificates in any denomination for you to choose from.
At Jack Lilley, our parts department is staffed by trained experts in motorcycle parts management. We carry a large stock of parts so that when you do need repairs or replacements, we will more than likely have what you need in stock. Our parts department can also offer you guidance and recommendations on repairs to minimise the costs while maximising the performance of your machine.
Two of the more popular bikes in our showroom are the Triumph Street Triple and the Triumph Explorer. Let's take a closer look at some of the features that make these models so wildly popular in the biking world.
Of course, as any motorcycle enthusiast knows, the reference to triple indicates the three cylinder configuration that gives this bike its distinctive look and sound. It is also the source of this bike's pavement ripping power with a balance of torque and horsepower that is unmatched in the industry. Efforts have been made to further reduce the weight of this already nimble street machine. Aluminium handlebars and a lightweight wheel design make this offering from Triumph well worth the wait.
The Tiger Explorer features a water cooled 1200cc, 3 cylinder engine. The power from this beast is delivered to the back wheel through a driveshaft on the left side of the bike. Dual headlights ensure that you will be able to see well ahead in any conditions while the hydraulic clutch provides a smooth transition as you shift up and down gears. Heated hand grips top off the list of features for 2012.
Two of the more exciting products offered through Jack Lilley are the Triumph Tiger 800 and the Triumph Bonneville T100. These machines offer the biking enthusiast a long list of reasons why they want to have one of these exciting machines underneath them on the open road.
The 800 series is one of the more rugged bikes you will ever ride. This machine is as comfortable in an off road environment as it is on the highway. It is lightweight and therefore very maneuverable for a motorcycle of this size. It comes in three basic colours - white, black and yellow. The fuel tank holds 19 litres of nourishment for the 799cc 3 cylinder power plant.The Bonneville is in a class of its own. This design classic has retained much of the tradition and character of its 1960's genealogy while improving the looks and performance through the evolution of electronic and fuel injection technology. The engine is an 865cc twin with fuel injection that develops 68PS. This bike has retained its classic style with such features as spoked wheels, a chromed tank badge, tubular steel frame and chromed headlight.