Triplemoto is a business formed from a desire to promote motorbike touring, both to UK riders and those looking to tour the UK from abroad.
Triplemoto welcomes all experienced riders, but in particular seeks to attract:
‘Back to Bikers’
Back in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s many of us had a bike. For some it was economical necessity, for others the thrill of 'wind in your hair' motoring. Most of us then ended up with kids, a family car and a partner who took the term ‘just say no’ to another level where bikes were concerned. We still dream of that lost thrill, but know that realistically the purchase of a bike is just not justifiable, even before we consider where to keep it and how to maintain it. Within a year, some bright spark (eg wife) will have questioned whether the amount of use it gets justifies the money tied up…. Well guess what, with Triplemoto, we’ll take that battered licence and turn your age, experience and generally un-reckless history and put you back in the saddle, when you want, with no large capital outlay, no storage issues and the knowledge that the bike will be ready to go every time. Open roads, here we come……
One of our team is a sailor at heart and for him, knowing his boat cruises at about 6mph means that all his cruises tend to be local and start from the same mooring. If he wants to sail internationally then generally that means a charter. To a lesser extent this applies to bikers too. Sure, you could ride from Italy to the UK and then tour the UK but hell, wouldn’t it be easier to start in the UK? This convenience factor is just the start. Our bikes are all late model Triumph and BMW, renowned as much for their reliability as their riding dynamics. Constantly maintained, our bikes offer worry free motoring for international clients, backed up by a UK Dealer Network ready to help in the unlikely event a problem occurs. It’s just easier, safer and more fun.
We recently had a case of an owner who was lamenting the fact that in the past year he’d used his bike for less than a month due to work and time constraints. For him the cost of ownership didn’t justify keeping the bike. For this year he was planning six weekend trips. We gave him a price for a new Triumph Tiger 1050 and his response – “That’s far cheaper than owning my own bike”. So if you’re pressed for time and don’t really need a bike day to day, then why not just rent when you have time?