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2024 Triumph TF250X test

It’s Triumph’s first ever production motocross bike and MotoHead’s Dave Willet was one of the first to ride the stock machine in Florida.

With an all-Triumph engine and hand-welded aluminium frame, KYB spring suspension, Brembo brakes and hydraulic clutch, Bellville washer spring clutch, smartphone mapping, forged aluminium triple clamps and more, it’s a cutting-edge machine for £9795. Claimed to weigh just 104kg and put out 47.4bhp at 13,5000 rpm, it’s ready to take on the best of the rival race bikes.

Dave talks at length with two men who helped develop the bike, Ricky Carmichael and Jeff Stanton. And he gets the update on Triumph’s plans for the future in terms of a 450 motocross bike, enduro models, a youth range and potential plans for a British championship assault.