Triumph is announcing a new adventure bike model on its today, which for now is dubbed the Triumph Adventure. Presumably based off an sub-1050cc three-cylinder motor, the 2011 Triumph Adventure is expected to debut at the 2010 EICMA show, and come in two varieties: street and off-road.
Tackling the lucrative Adventure tourer market, Triumph seems to think there’s space to grow into with a more middle-weight offering, choosing not to compete head-to-head with the best selling BMW GS, newcomer Ducati Multistrada 1200, and the soon-to-arrive Yamaha Super Ténéré.
According to its website, Triumph plans on releasing more videos every 28 days with more information on the engine coming out on August 7th, information on the chassis September 1st, and clothing and accessories on October 6th, with the final unveil being at Milan in November. More information as we get it.