Trike motorcycle dealer Michael Schulz shows off his tattoo of the motorcycle R6 logo at the company’s headquarters in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
It’s a new tattoo for the brand, which will be available to anyone who buys one of the Triumphs on offer from dealers.
Schulz said the new logo will become a permanent feature of the company, and will be “an iconic symbol of our brand.”
The R6 is a four-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle engine that powers the company.
It was introduced in 1997 and was used by the Triumph TR6 Superbike from 1998 through 2007.
The logo features a motorcycle engine with the letters “R6” on the side.
The bike itself is covered in red stripes that represent the colors red and white, which are trademarks of the German company Triumph.
Schultz, who is based in Milwaukee, said he wanted to tattoo the logo “so I could identify myself with it.”
The tattoo will be on the underside of the back of the R6’s engine, where the “R” stands for “right” and the letters.
“It will be permanent,” Schulz told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
He said the company is still working out how to place the tattoo, and added that he hoped to have it finished by early summer.
The tattoo marks the first time the R1 has been tattooed on a motorcycle, according to Schulz, who said the motorcycle was designed with a larger motorcycle engine in mind.
The new logo also incorporates the Triumph brand’s iconic red, white and blue colors.
Triumphs have been a popular brand in the U.S. for decades.
The brand has been on the market since 1957.
The company said in a statement that it had a “great response” to the new tattoo and that it is “very proud to be able to provide this service to our customers.”