Why high risk? Do you know what bike your lover rides? If not this route could be troublesome. Sadly not all Triumph parts fit all Triumph bikes. High reward? Well take it from us, if your lover rides - say a Triumph Street Triple - and hasn’t yet got a full Arrow system, you will be buying not just the accessory of their dreams, but 10 years of bankable favors.
So how do you go about buying the right accessory?
Follow this simple guide:
Find out what bike your lover rides. This shouldn’t be that difficult. If in doubt visit our accessories page on Pure-Triumph.com and go from there. Alternatively, ask your lover’s biker mates. If they describe your lover’s bike as a ‘Hog’, you are probably in the wrong place. But as long as it is a Triumph manufactured within roughly the last ten years you are definitely in the right place!
Personal Shopper: We can provide personal advice from a real Triumph fan. If you need personal help in buying the right gift, just contact Adrienne on 954-788-9550 or on email (on our Contact page). Call Adrienne now!
Are you comfortably seated?
First, follow the clues. Is your lover built for (or inclined towards) comfort or speed? If you share your Triumph lover’s bike, then you might have shared the problem of either too high a seat, or one that isn’t comfortable enough. Well here’s a good gift idea – a replacement seat. There are low seats, comfort seats, gel seats (read comfort seat for gel seat too) and low and comfortable seats, and there are seats for riders, pillions and seats that are for both riders and pillions.
There are even ‘comfort’ sportsbike seats. Although ‘comfort’ is obviously relative. However although a seat like this won’t turn your Daytona 675 into a cruiser, it may let you stay on the bike until it next needs fuel.
And custom seats. This one is for the Triumph Bonneville – it will fit all of the range including the Scrambler & Thruxton. The Bonneville was created with individuality in mind – no two Triumph Bonnevilles should look the same.
So how do I pick the right seat? Just use this simple problem solver:
Rider’s bum numb on longer rides+
Check the bike model and look for a seat with the word ‘comfort’ in the description.
Pillion rider’s bum numb on longer rides+
Check the bike model and look for a seat with the word ‘comfort’ or ‘touring’ in the description.
Rider on tippy toes at lights+
Check the bike model and look for a seat with the word ‘low’ in the description
I want my Triumph to look more mine – more distinctive:+
Pick one of the several custom seats, backrests (more comfort too of course) or sissy bars available.
Is your lover’s Triumph loud enough?
If you aren’t a biker yourself this may seem like an odd question. If you are a biker then your bike can never be too loud. Other people’s bikes can be too loud (if you don’t ride a Harley then all Harley’s are too loud) but your own Triumph can never be too loud.
Of course judging whether your lover’s Triumph is loud enough is difficult for an amateur, but again we offer you this simple advice. Does you Triumph lover’s bike’s exhaust have the words Arrow or Leo Vince on it? These words are to Triumph lovers what the words Stradivarius mean to a violinist or Steinway to a pianist. They make beautiful music. If your Triumph lover is a total purist, only a complete system will do. However, near elite noise status can be achieved with a ‘slip-on’. As ‘slip-on’ is what it sounds like. It’s the final part of the exhaust or ‘silencer’ (bit of a euphemism that). A full system replaces everything (including the catalytic convertor, so don’t do this if you or your lover are a tree hugger).
Is your lover’s apparel Triumph enough?
Do you know how good Triumph apparel is? It’s a lot more than just someone else’s apparel with a Triumph logo thrown on. That’s what anyone who has bought Triumph’s rider apparel will tell you. The same care and attention to detail has gone into Triumph clothing as goes into their motorcycles. That means using designers who bring a lifetime of experience and riding to the party. As a result you get ingenuity and features that are unique to Triumph apparel. Yet despite rivalling the very best riding apparel brands in terms of quality and durability, Triumph apparel comes with a price ticket that makes it incredible value for money.
So what happens if you’re still not sure what to buy the Triumph lover in your life? Well fortunately there is another route.
You can still show your appreciation of their love of Triumph motorcycles and let your lucky Triumph rider choose their own gift.
Simply select a certificate from $25 to $1,000 and we will do the rest. You provide the recipient’s email address and we will send them a code which they can redeem on Pure-Triumph.com
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This one may be more for the Triumph owner than the gift giver – but you can always save products to a wishlist on the Pure-Triumph.com website.
You can then share the page privately by providing it to your Triumph gift hunter. Don’t make hints – send them your wishlist!
Create a Wishlist
Returns & Exchanges
What if I bought the wrong thing? Unlikely of course if you used our guide – but hey you know, things happen!
Well we will happily exchange anything bought as a gift for something else. Provided that it sent back in original packaging and good shape within 30 days. See our full Returns Policy
Last dates for Christmas deliveries
For items marked as 'in-stock' the cut-off dates for Christmas deliveries* in the mainland US are as follows.
Standard Ground: 18th December
Express: 21st December
For destinations outside the mainland US: 14th December
For items marked as 'Delivered in 10-14 days' dates for Christmas deliveries* in the mainland US are as follows.
Standard Ground: 7th December
Express: 9th December
For items marked as 'Backorder' dates for Christmas deliveries* in the mainland US are as follows:
Standard Ground: 1st December
Express: 4th December
*Please note: These dates are only guidance designed to help you get gifts in time for Christmas. Pure-Triumph.com is not in any way guaranteeing that these dates will be met.