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We are committed to ensuring that is accessible to all visitors.

This website has been developed in a manner designed to eliminate barriers to information technology for people with disabilities by providing comparable information and data to individuals with or without disabilities. The site is regularly monitored to ensure that it meets Triumph's high standards of accessibility.

How Is Tested for Accessibility? 

As part of the development process and ongoing website maintenance, the Triumph Motorcycles team tests the site using several different assistive technologies, including screen readers, screen magnifiers, speech recognition software and text-only browsers. Our team also uses tools, such as the W3C HTML Validator, WAVE by WebAIM and the Color Contrast Analyzer, to ensure the best experience possible for all visitors.

Using the Accessibility Features

You can change how you interact with the site by following the "We Care" instructions below.

We Care:

"According to the World Wide Web Consortium(W3C), “Web accessibility” means that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, interact and contribute to the Web. W3C also states that Web accessibility should consider all disabilities that affect access to the Web, such as visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive and neurological disabilities. “Usability” means how easy something is to learn and use.

There are a number of ways that people with disabilities can change settings on their computer, smartphone/tablet and browsers to make the Internet more accessible and usable for themselves and others. Many operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac, and browsers, such as Internet Explorer (IE), Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, have accessibility settings that allow users to change background colors, as well as text and icon sizes; choose a preferred font; magnify computer screens; use screen readers or “text to speech” applications, and more.

The following information can be used to improve and personalize your experience on 

Operating Systems

To learn about “built-in” accessibility options available on your device, select the appropriate link to your operating system.


(To find which version of Windows you have on your computer, go to the Start menu, select “Computer” and then, choose “Properties” — the name of this option may vary. A box will open with information on the version of Windows your computer is using.)

Windows 10

Windows 8

Windows 7

Apple Mac OS X 

(For information on Mac OS 8 or 9, visit

For people with vision impairments

For people with hearing impairments

For people with physical disabilities or motor skills impairments

For people with learning disabilities

Mobile Devices

To learn about “built-in” accessibility options available on your mobile device or tablet, select the appropriate link.

IOS Devices: iPhone/iPads

Android Devices — (You may also find TechRepublic‘s article on Android Accessibility Options for People Who Are Blind or Hard-of-Hearing helpful.)

BlackBerry Devices

Windows Devices


To learn about accessibility options available on various browsers, select the link to the browser you like to use.

Internet Explorer (IE)

Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome — information for people who are blind or low vision. (Read the section titled, “Chrome Browser.”)


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