Triumph Motorcycle focuses on emissions and sustainability
Triumph Motorcycles has announced that it will work with MotoGP commercial rights holder Dorna Sports on a new sustainable fuels project. the sustainable fuel testing program was created at the brand's Research and Development facility in Hinckley, UK and aims to have E40 (40% non - fossil) fuel in Moto2 competition by 2024, and E100 (100% non - fossil) by 2027. Triumph Chief Product Officer Steve Sargent says that learnings from sustainable fuel development for race bikes could eventually trickle down to production models as well. According to Triumph, the testing program for sustainable fuels will aim to ensure that "the new fuel standard is not only competitive, but will continue to offer the exciting, torque - rich and record breaking three cylinder performance that riders love." The testing of the sustainable fuel project will continue alongside the development of Triumph's TE-1 electric motorcycle prototype. "Ultimately, our goal is to always take advantage of all the learnings we learn during races to make our road bikes even better, which, of course, encompasses not only performance but also their impact on the environment.