Triumph Opens New Store in Pretoria

Photo credit: Triumph Pretoria

Triumph South Africa is continuing its success story by opening a new, dedicated showroom in Pretoria. This follows the opening of the Cape Town branch last year.

The new store, conveniently situated in Hatfield, at the corner of Jan Shoba and Park Street, has the full range of Triumph products, including new and used Triumph motorcycle sales, accessories, apparel, servicing and parts. All staff have undergone full training to offer the full Triumph experience.

Photo credit: Triumph Pretoria

Also incorporated into the dealership is the ‘1902 Café’, serving coffee and light snacks.

The opening of the Pretoria store completes Triumph South Africa’s intended retail footprint in the country. In addition to the three retail outlets, there are Authorised Triumph Service Centres in Durban and Port Elizabeth, ensuring that Triumph owners have access to support no matter where in the country they live.

Photo credit: Triumph Pretoria

Limited Time Offer!

Triumph Pretoria is offering up to R15,000 worth of free accessories to make your dream motorcycle that much better.

Reserve your deal now on your dream motorcycle. Or better yet, visit them to test ride your dream motorcycle and seal the deal.

T’s & C’s apply.
The following promotion will apply to a limited number of motorcycles sold by the 30th of September 2021. This offer is inclusive of VAT and excludes fitment.

Triumph Pretoria

Contact details for the new Pretoria shop are as follows;

Address – C/O Jan Shoba and Park Street, Hatfield, Pretoria.
Telephone – 012 955 4444
Email[email protected]

Harry has been obsessing about motorbikes for over 45 years, riding them for 38 years and writing and talking about them for 13 years. In that time, he has ridden everything from an Aprilia to a Zundapp, from the 1920s to the 2020s. His favourites are the ones that didn’t break down and leave him stranded. While he loves the convenience of modern bikes, he likes nothing better than getting his hands dirty keeping old bikes running, just as long as it’s not by the roadside! Old enough to know better and young enough not to care, he knows you don’t stop riding when you get old, you get old when you stop riding.