The cruiser for those who go their own way.
Itís got the low seat. Itís got the classic chromed-up cruiser style. Itís got the sound, but the Triumph America offers a unique alternative among the sea of wannabe clones. Traditional British parallel-twin. Lightest in class. Great to ride. Grabs attention wherever it goes.
Rear: (1) 285 mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Rear: 15 x 4 in. cast aluminum alloy, 12-spoke
Rear: 170/80 B15
Swingarm: 2-sided, tubular steel
Rear: Kayaba chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload; 3.8 in. (96 mm) travel
|Americaís distinctive 865 cc parallel-twin offers a laid-back riding experience to match the classic minimalist cruiser look.|
|The 2011 Americaís new ergonomics puts the rider lower and closer to the controls, for a fuss-free riding experience. At 250 kg ready to go and a low 690 mm seat height, the 2011 America is one of the lightest bikes and easiest bikes to ride in its class.|
|The chassis for the new America has also been updated with new wheels and tires for improved handling and aesthetics.|
|865 cc Engine|
|Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270-degree firing interval 865 cc Triumph engine delivers 61 PS (60 bhp) and peak torque 72 Nm at 3,300 rpm.|
|Low and lean. Confidence inspiring for new riders, with more than enough character to satisfied experienced cruisers.|
|Traditional cruiser styling with a twist. Small rims with beefy high wall tires ooze cruise, while the trademark Triumph parallel-twin stands proud at the heart of the America.|
|Individualize your America further with a wide range of genuine Triumph accessories, including quick detach screens, sissy bar and leather panniers.|