TRIUMPH RACING ANNOUNCES GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP WITH OAKLEY
Triumph Racing are proud to announce their official partnership with leading sport-performance and optical innovation brand Oakley. Known worldwide for its comprehensive range of high-performance goggles, Oakley is the ideal partner for Triumph Racing as the team enters the FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship, AMA Supercross, and Pro Motocross in 2024.
Over the years, Oakley’s motocross goggles have become a symbol of style and performance, solidifying the brand’s heritage in the sport while providing athletes with cutting-edge product designed for winning. Now, Triumph Racing’s riders can not only compete in style, but also feel confident with enhanced vision and optimized performance.
After introducing its first motocross-specific goggle in 1980, the iconic brand grew exponentially throughout the years and decades to follow. Iconic motocross riders like Johnny “O’Show” O’Mara, Jeff Ward, Ricky Carmichael, and James “Bubba” Stewart all sported Oakley goggles in their careers. The MX Airbrake is the latest motocross goggle, which features Oakley’s technologies including Prizm Lenses, Triple-Layer face foam for comfort, ventilation to avoid fog, switchlock technology and more.
Oakley is also renowned for other eyewear including snow goggles for snowboarders and skiers, Pro-Shields for football players, and the best-in-class sunglasses for athletes and consumers alike.
Ian Kimber – Head of Off-Road Programmes, Triumph Motorcycles:
“Building a successful racing programme depends on working with the right partners who share the same goals and ambitions as the team. When it came to eyewear, the obvious choice was Oakley as they have the same vision of success as we do. Their world-renowned products, both on and off track, will ensure that our riders and team of the best protection for their eyes in the most difficult of conditions, allowing them to have all their focus on competing at the highest level.”
Corey Hill – Head of Global Sports Marketing, Oakley:
“On behalf of Oakley, we are thrilled to announce the partnership with Triumph Racing in 2024. We value Triumph’s dedication to the growing motocross industry, and we are excited to partner with them during their inaugural off-road racing seasons. As a leader in sport performance, with a passion for motocross, we share the same goals of innovation and pushing the industry forward.”
Triumph’s international racing team will debut its new TF 250-X at the opening round of the AMA 250SX East championship in Detroit on February 3rd with riders Jalek Swoll and Evan Ferry. The FIM MX2 Motocross World Championship begins in Argentina on March 10.