Triumph Unveils Its Motocross Marvel, The TF 250-X

The motorcycle has been built from the ground up, wheel to wheel, packing some serious off-road capability

By Carandbike Team


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Published on December 1, 2023

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  • Triumph TF 250-X motocross bike officially unveiled
  • Features lightweight aluminium chassis and 4-stroke 250cc mill
  • Will be available in Europe, Australia and the USA by Spring 2024

In the world of motocross, anticipation has reached its peak as Triumph officially unveils its first-ever dedicated motocross machine—the all-new TF 250-X. After much speculation and teasers, the British motorcycle manufacturer has finally laid its cards on the table, revealing a motocross marvel that promises to make a serious impression.

Triumph has spared no effort in the design and specifications of the TF 250-X, opting for a ground-up frame and engine design. The bike boasts an array of high-spec components all contributing to its formidable presence.


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Powering the Triumph TF 250-X is a four-stroke, dual overhead cam, 249.95cc single-cylinder engine. With a bore and stroke of 78mm by 52.3mm and a high compression ratio of 14.4:1, the engine utilises Dell'Orto electronic fuel injection and is paired with a five-speed gearbox. While the teaser videos gave glimpses of the engine's appearance and sound, official power and torque figures are yet to be disclosed.

The TF 250-X is held together with an aluminium spine frame design, coupled with an aluminium swingarm. Front suspension is handled by a KYB 48mm USD fork setup, providing 310mm of travel with full adjustability. The rear features a KYB monoshock with 305mm of travel and compression and rebound adjustability. Braking duties are performed by a Brembo twin-piston front brake caliper and a 260mm Galfer front disc, while the rear boasts a Brembo single-piston caliper and a 220mm Galfer rear disc.


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The TF 250-X rides on a 21-inch front wheel and a 19-inch rear wheel, both adorned with Pirelli Scorpion MX32 tires. With a wheelbase of 1,492mm, a handlebar width of 836mm, and a height without mirrors of 1,270mm, the bike strikes a balance of agility and stature. The seat height is set at 960mm, and the fuel tank can hold up to seven litres. The wet weight of the motorcycle is a commendable 103 kilograms.

Triumph will be introducing the TF 250-X in the markets of Europe, Australia and the USA in the Spring of 2024. Currently, there are no plans for the motocross bike making its way to our shores.

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