PRINCE WILLIAM VISITS TRIUMPH
OPENS FACTORY VISITOR EXPERIENCE
The Duke of Cambridge visited Triumph on Tuesday for the opening of its visitor experience centre.
Hinckley has been Triumph Motorcycles' base for over two decades. It has over 900 members of staff and pumps out 67,000 bikes per year. Its new visitor experience "museum" celebrates motorcycle design, engineering and racing.
During his time there, His Royal Highness took the latest Tiger 1200 for a spin. He toured the factory, helped place a badge on one of the bikes in production, and unveiled a commemorative fuel tank to mark his visit.
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