Triumph Factory Exhibition – A Great FREE Day Out!
We headed over to the Triumph Immersive Factory exhibition in Hinckley the other week and WOW, what a treat it was! The fascinating exhibition tells the story of why people ride and showcases an amazing collection of historic and modern motorcycles. The exhibition is just brilliant and is a must for any bike enthusiast, it’s so engaging, even if you’re not a ‘biker’ you can’t help but be impressed!
The exhibition is open Wednesday – Sunday 10 – 4 and is on two floors and features various models of Triumph motorcycles, from vintage classics to the latest modern bikes. You can see iconic motorcycles that have become part of motorcycle history, such as the Bonneville, Thruxton, and Tiger. The exhibition also includes displays documenting Triumph’s racing history, significant events in the company’s development, and highlights of its engineering achievements.
It is an opportunity for visitors to appreciate the evolution of British motorcycles and witness the innovation and craftsmanship present in each Triumph model.
My particular favourite was the Bonneville T120! This was by the entrance door, I fully embraced the chance to have a sit on it too!
Finish off your visit with a pit stop in the Triumph 1902 Cafe they cater for all dietary requirements and serve a wide selection of hot/cold drinks and food. I highly can recommend the coffee and toasted tea cake!
Staying at Mallory Meadows means you’re perfectly located to see these iconic motorbikes as it’s just a 20 minute drive away.
Make sure you add this free exhibition to your places to visit during your stay.
If you like to step-behind-the-scenes of the factory and find out more about the iconic Triumph Mortocycles you can pre-book factory tours here.