Triumph

Motorcycle Top Trumps (Part 2)

We here at CB-Net figured we’d chuck some interesting bits and pieces at you about Triumph, which John Bloor resurrected almost 20 years ago. John Stuart Bloor made his fortune in the building trade, with Bloor Homes. He bought the…

 

Motorcycle Top Trumps!

You don’t have to fly the Cross of St. George outside your semi or wave the Union Jack around like a dervish to be a patriot. You could put your money where your mouth is and ‘buy British.’ Here’s our…

 

Triumph Motorcycle History

It’s almost three decades since Triumph burst back onto the scene with an amazing array of new bikes – CB-Net decided to have a little look at the history of this amazing manufacturer… John Bloor, from Bloor Holdings purchased the…

 

Triumph TT600 – Bikes that make you go hmmm

CB-Net loves the quirky, weird and downright wonderful, so let’s have a retrospective look at Triumph’s copy-cat CBR600, the TT600 and later Daytona middleweight models… Ahhh the Triumph TT600 a bike once described by a journalist as a great machine,…

 

Tomorrow’s Classics Today…Triumph Rocket III

British beef… wave the Union Flag, sing ‘God Save The Queen’ very loud and saddle up on one of the most mind-frazzling motorcycles ever built. Yes, our TCT is the recently ‘classic’ Triumph Rocket III… In a time when national…

 

Triumph 2001 955i Survivor

There’s something charming about finding a motorcycle that’s been unused for a few years. Many bikes get parked up and forgotten about, you don’t have to look too far to find one. This Triumph 955i was born in 2001, it…

 

Triumph Daytona 1200 – I’m A Survivor

Rules are made to be broken, so that’s exactly what Triumph did when they set about creating the Daytona 1200. Triumph were still pretty much a fledgling company in the early 90s, their range appealed more to my dad than…