Triumph Knirps moped
Triumph Roadster 3 1/2 hp
introduced in 1913 the 'baby' as it was to become affectionately known offered a small capacity lightweight two-stroke machine made to triumph's exacting standards.
1913 triumph 3 1/2 hp
Triumph Model H
1920 triumph model h & sidecar
the 4hp (550cc) triumph model h was designed in 1914. with a 3 speed gear box and belt final drive it soon became a favourite motorcycle of army despatch-riders in ww1. this example is fitteed with a period wickerwork sidecar and gas lighting. (owned by joe fryer vmcc, cheltenham.)
Lovely pre-war Trimuph, only 250cc
Triumph Model H
550 cc. The front brake produces "A rubbing sound" when used!
1923 triumph junior baby 250cc
spring drive, 550cc, spring drive.
Triumph Model P
1926 triumph sd 550cc flat tank
image provided by www.buyvintage.co.uk.
1927 triumph model w
triumph introduced a number of new models for the 1927 season, including a two valve sports machine to replace the 'ricardo' and a sporting version of the model p, typed the 'q', for those seeking less glamorous transport there was a new single cylinder side valve lightweight, the w. this machine is most notable for its unusual displacement of 277cc, adopted to maximise the engine size whilst remaining in the sub 220lbs tax bracket. image provided by www.classic-auctions.com.
Twin port, OHV.
1929 triumph 350 wl
Triumph Model CO
The headlight – which as you can see is far too modern – and the horn, which was a bit of fun are not original but everything else was restored to original.
1930 triumph 500 nt
very rare motorcycle indeed, a triumph 500cc nt from 1930 or jan '31, at the time it was made, the nt was the fastest bike in the triumph range, having a twin port over head valve engine 494cc and 3 speed hand change.
Triumph Model X
Triumph Model WL
1934 triumph 2/5 twin port
Triumph 2-1 Twinport
This Triumph was believed to have served in the army in Africa, during WW2.
At the start of the war Triumph made both the 3SW and 5SW for the military. However the factory was destroyed during the Coventry blitz and manufacturing moved to a temporary building in Warwickshire where the civilian model 3H was quickly developed into the OHV 350 3HW.
Here is an unusual and attractive pre-war model 5S Triumph.
1947 Triumph Grand Prix racer
1949 triumph bdg 250
Image provided courtesey of www.cheffins.co.uk.
Triumph TRW Mk1
1960 triumph tigress t51
Triumph TS1 Tigress 1958-1965, 172cc, 2-stroke, 236lb, 90mpg, 55mph Introduced to compete with the prevailing Italian threat, this was based upon the trusted BSA Bantam engine.
Triumph Tigress 250cc Scooter
1962 triumph blue pearl
blue pearl is yellow peril's big brother and was the last of three bikes built by bill bragg in the early sixties. it followed the same basic layout as the earlier bikes except that it had rear suspension to cope with problems of bumpy tracks and a super-charger to improve the power output. even the innovator, bragg, was among the first to super-charge triumph twin engines, and the allard car company helped him to sort out the blower set-up. the bike went on to record 11.19 seconds for the quarter mile, very much on the pace for 1962. once again a 650cc triumph engine is used, driving through a norton gearbox and clutch. this super-charger is a shorrocks unit and the methane fuel is fed through a hugh su carb.
Triumph Metisse 650cc Scrambler
Triumph T100S Trials
1964 triumph tina
1964 triumph trw 500cc side valve pre-unit twin ex military
decommisioned and first civilian registration 1983.
1966 triumph mountain cub
Triumph Dirt Tracker
1967 triumph tt trackmaster
650cc. flattrack racer, set up for the "" mile"". race ready, ard mag , ceriani rr forks, quick change rr hub, mikuni carbs, polished ss spokes, hi-compression pistons, original bates equipment, delong # 14 cam, trackmaster frame.
Triumph Thruxton Replica
Built with genuine Thruxton parts, except front brake airscoop (handmade to works racer spec). N80 valves, racing springs, twin 1 5/32" GP2's, 9:1 pistons & new conrods, Thruxton pushrods & cams + 3" radius thicker stem followers & special blocks, bottom half overhauled. Lightened timing gears. New clutch & chains. Close ratio gears. 20 thou skimmed from alternator rotor as works racers. Thr. pipes with bigger balance tube & Thr. silencers (Export silencers fitted in picture). TLS front brake with big airscoop & air holes in brake plate & back of brake drum, AM4 green linings, cams modified to reduce grabbing. Girling upside down racing gas shocks, Boranni alloy rims with Avon Venom super stickies. Alloy works petrol tank. Thr. steel oiltank & steel toolbox lid. Dunstall rear sets & rear brake pedal, reverse gear pedal.
1969 triumph cheney
650cc. built specifically by eric cheney for use in the i.s.d.t. and similar events the cheney triumphs featured tuned engines usually of triumph manufacture installed in lightweight frames.
1969 triumph rickman kirby metisse
this rickman was first registered in sweden 1974. the frame is registered as a 1969. the engine is a triumph 1977 750cc five-speed engine. the frame is originally made for racing with an matchless g50 engine fitted. the first owner didn´t like the finish of nickel-plating so he chromed it. the front end is the original rickman 41mm fork with original hub with lockheed caliper. the hub is laced to an borrani 19” vm 2 rim. backwheel is yamaha tr2b.
1969 triumph trackmaster
1969 750cc triumph t120r bonneville motorcycle engine with a 1967 trackmaster nickel plated frame. this bike is a genuine vintage race bike that raced at ascot and other area circuits in southern california during the late 1960's, early 1970's.
Triumph Bandit Prototype
1972 triumph hurricane x75
american import, 750cc. gallery
1972 triumph isdt racer
1973 triumph 500 racer
Triumph TR5T Adventurer
1973-74, 490cc, ohv twin, 330lb, 50mpg, 80mph. Triumph twin engine in a BSA street scrambler frame. Rare. Pleasantly vibratory with rugged good looks.
1975 triumph slippery sam replica
created by les williams the legendary figure behind the most celebrated triumph racer of all. the only machine ever to win five tt races in the 'isle of man' in five consecutive years. more info
1977 triumph tr7rv 750cc
1982 triumph tss 750
Triumph TSS 1982-83, 744cc, ohv twin, 420lb, 45mpg, 120mph The T140 engine got a new eight valve head giving a little bit more performance, which came with an optional anti-vibration frame. Unfortunately, it's reliability suffered because of the four valve per cylinder design which led to overheating. A Bonneville with an 8 valve head giving a little more performance by trading off reliability. The TSX was a custom version with cast wheels.