Triumph-Bajaj Partnership Set to Shake up Adventure Motorcycle Market with RE Himalayan Rival


  • Triumph-Bajaj partnership reveals adventure motorcycle render
  • The new bike will rival the popular RE Himalayan 450
  • Expect a powerful and capable machine for both on and off-road adventures

Triumph and Bajaj, the two motorcycle manufacturers, have recently joined forces to develop mid-range bikes for the Indian market. The companies are looking to make some room in the cluttered 350cc segment market as both do not have any existence in the same. Royal Enfield is one of the biggest competitors in the 350cc segment, and in the recent year, we have witnessed numerous launches from Honda, Jawa and Yezdi.

Triumph-Bajaj ADV Motorcycle

It has been reported that the club is soon joined by two new bikes from Triumph-Bajaj motorcycles, including a street roadster and scrambler. Both variants are also spotted numerous times in the past during test rides. Now in the latest development, it has been reported that Triumph-Bajaj is also planning to enter the ADV segment with an adventure tourer motorcycle.

Rendering artist Pratyush Rout has shared some renders of the upcoming ADV motorcycle. Bajaj is the one who is going to be the one behind the manufacturing of the motorcycles, and Triumph’s UK R&D division will take care of the development and design of the bikes.

Triumph-Bajaj ADV Renders

The upcoming bike showcases a distinct retro theme, including design elements like round headlamps, rearview mirrors, and a teardrop-shaped fuel tank. Recently, test prototypes have been observed sporting a circular instrument dial that integrates with a squarish section on the right side. This semi-digital instrument console is expected to complement the bike’s retro aesthetic.

The renders suggest that the motorcycle will feature USD forks at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. The bike is tipped to offer 17-inch wheels on both sides, and brakes are handled by Dual channel ABS. The bike’s riding ergonomics seem to offer a comfortable experience, making it suitable for both city commutes and long-distance cruising on highways.

So far, this much information is available on the internet, and it is worth noting that the company didn’t confirm anything officially. So it’s better to take this information with a pinch of salt.