This follows the British motorcycle brand parting ways with longtime partner Kawasaki Motorcycles South Africa, which distributed Triumph here for 22 years.
Triumph SA will sell adventure and touring motorcycles including the Tiger 800, Tiger 1200 and Tiger Sport; roadsters (Street Triple and Speed Triple) as well as modern classics (Bonneville T100, Bonneville T120, Thruxton, Street Scrambler, Bonneville Bobber and Bonneville Speedmaster).
The first sales of motorcycles will begin in May 2018, says Allen, who has been appointed the CEO of Triumph SA.
Allen brings extensive automotive and premium brand experience with 24 years of automotive retail experience. The Fury Motor Group, established in 1995, is a diverse private motor group, representing multiple automotive brands in Gauteng and Kwa Zulu Natal.