With all these "grown-up" Christmas presents, we kind of forget that Christmas is really a children's event.
English motorcycle manufacturer Triumph have a nice gift to give to children. The Triumph Alphabet Bonneville Puzzle serves three purposes;
1. It teaches kids the alphabet
2. It amuses them
3. It teaches them motorcycles and gets the kids used to them.
To find the 27 piece puzzle, you'll need to go to your Triumph motorcycle web site, but I've noticed that not all countries carry the puzzle, notably the USA. It's also quite difficult to find, so here are the instructions how to find the puzzle:
Once you're at the site, select CLOTHING from the top menu (do not select one of the sub categories that drop down). In the page that loads, click on the LAUNCH CLOTHING EXPERIENCE. That will open a new window. Wait...... eventually you'll see some selection criteria come up. Click on "FOR THE KIDS".
Again wait ..... eventually you'll see slide to the right "PERSONAL ACCESSORIES". Select that. And then VIEW THE PRODUCTS. If the puzzle is available in your country, you'll see it appear.
It's probably one of the worst sites to find a present. Maybe Triumph don't really want you to buy it. You will not be able to buy it on the web, but will need to head to your local dealer.
Cost: UK£10 / €14-15 (depending on country)
Click here to access the Triumph website .