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As the exclusive engine supplier to the FIM Moto2™ World Championship, Triumph Motorcycles provides all the teams with race-tuned 765cc triples, each of which is based on the class-leading Street Triple RS powerplant. With developments that allow the engine to breathe more freely, and rev harder, peak power output is more than 140PS (an increase of more than 17% over the production bike).

Recognising the closeness of competition and the depth of talent in Moto2, Triumph and Dorna also run the Triumph Triple Trophy alongside the World Championship with the winner receiving their own custom-liveried Triumph Street Triple RS at the end of the season.

A shortlist of three riders is selected by Triumph and MotoGP based on standout performances throughout each weekend and then the fans vote for their favourite on MotoGP Instagram stories. With reference to the 765cc engine, 7 points are awarded to the fan’s favourite, 6 points to the rider with the 2nd highest number of votes and 5 points for the rider in 3rd.



The 2024 season marks the sixth season of Triumph powering Moto2™ as the Exclusive Engine Supplier.

During the last five years, the Triumph 765cc triple powerplant has redefined the category, with constant development seeing new lap records being broken all the time as we move the Triumph powered Moto2 machines even closer to MotoGP bikes. This makes Moto2 a more relevant feeder series than ever and helps to supercharge the next generation of MotoGP superstars.





In 2023, Triumph powered Moto2 to 23 new race lap records and all-time lap records with increased revs, power and performance.

With a number of developments made by Triumph to the 765cc triple, in 2023 the engines now produce more power right through the rev range, all the way to a higher 14,400rpm limit (increased by 400rpm), to deliver better performance and acceleration.

More power and engine speed required stronger engine components, so pistons have a higher-grade material and rods, crank valves and springs are all new. Higher flow inlet ports and revised cam profiles enable an increased mixture flow into the combustion chambers and cylinder pressure and compression have been increased.

All this gives the riders more when it comes to lines and race craft, leading to more opportunities for overtaking and even better racing.

Fermin Aldeguer made history with his fourth consecutive victory in the 2023 season finale in Valencia, becoming only the second rider to win four consecutive race Moto2 history as he took 3rd in the Moto2 World Championship.

Tony Arbolino ended the 2023 season in 2nd. The Italian had a very strong start to the season and proved himself as the rain master but he couldn't captialise on his early title charge.

It was Pedro Acosta who was crowned the 2023 Moto2 champion, with seven wins and 14 total podiums throughout the season. He also beat the record for the most wins in the Triumph era with 10 to his name in total. The young Spanish sensation has now stepped up to MotoGP and is already proving his talent in the Premier class.



2022 season

The 2022 Moto2 season is proving to be the closest yet. At the halfway point, just two points separated the top three in the World Championship, and the top two in the Triumph Triple Trophy were split by just a single point.

On the eve of the British Grand Prix, Triumph announced a raft of developments to the 765cc triple Moto2™ engine, derived from the production Street Triple RS, to increase revs, power and performance, promising to ensure the 765cc triple keeps redefining the category.


Moto2 Triumph 2022


Going into race day, there were two riders still in contention for the Triumph Triple Trophy, Jeremy Alcoba and Celestino Vietti. Alonso Lopez scored six points for his record-breaking pole lap in Saturday’s qualifying and there were just points left to score for best race progression and fastest lap.

This meant Jeremy Alcoba still topped the Triumph Triple Trophy table after scoring top points for best race progression an impressive six times this year, making up over 10 places in four of those.

Moto2 Triumph 2022

2021 season

The 2021 Moto2 World Championship season was another record-breaker. As the Triumph 765cc triple continued to redefine the class with another 16 new race lap and outright lap records, the remarkable Raul Fernandez set a new record of eight victories in a rookie season on his way to winning the Triumph Triple Trophy. In a show of gratitude, he gave the award of a custom-liveried Street Triple RS to his father in thanks for all he’s done to support Raul’s career.

After the third thrilling season of Moto2 powered by Triumph, it was Remy Gardner who took the 2021 World Championship crown at the last round by just four points.

Moto2 british gp race

2020 season

Eight lap records were broken in 2020, with seven different Moto2™ Grand Prix winners. Eleven new outright circuit lap records set, smashing the benchmarks already redefined by Triumph 765cc triple power during 2019.

A new World Champion in Enea Bastianini, crowned from a title fight that went to the very last race of the season and where Luca Marini and Sam Lowes in second and third finished tied on points. Over 200,000 kilometres of flat-out racing over a condensed season of 15 rounds, 14 of which (with the exception of the opener in Qatar) were squeezed into just four relentless months

Moto2 british GP 2020

2019 season

Triumph’s inaugural year was a record-breaking debut: 16 circuit lap records and 18 circuit top speeds were claimed from the 19 races, as well as the first ever +300km/h Moto2™ top speeds. The Triumph 765cc triple powerplant redefined the class.

Moto2 british GP 2019


The Triumph-engineered 140PS+ race-tuned 765cc Triple engine exclusively powers the Moto2™ World Championship.

Triumph moto2 engine




To celebrate the closeness of the competition in Moto2™, Triumph and Dorna run the ‘Triumph Triple Trophy #PoweredByTriumph’.

Jeremy Alcoba on his Custom Livery Triumph Street Triple




In the first major change to the Moto2™ category since 2019, the Triumph 765cc triple engine continues to revolutionise the class:

  • 14 different race winners
  • Lap records set at 34 GPs and counting, including records which have been broken and re-broken year-on-year
  • The first ever 300+ km/h Moto2 top speed recorded at Mugello 2019.
  • And a new 301.8 km/h all-time Moto2 speed record was set in Phillip Island
  • Over 650,000 km of flat-out racing
Moto2 race 2021




Powered by Moto2™ race engine evolution, for the highest performance, highest specification and most agile Street Triple line-up ever.

Triumph Street Triple 765 Moto2



racing pedigree

The Moto2™ engine represents a milestone in Triumph’s international racing history.

For more than a century, race winners, record holders, and icons of the starting grid have chosen Triumph.

Moto2 race



clothing collection

Celebrate Triumph being the exclusive engine supplier to all FIM Moto2™ World Championship teams with this range of authentic casual wear clothing.

Triumph moto2 clothing collection


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