Triumph

Despair Shop 16 – Holey Crap Batman

Despair Shop 16 Holey Crap Batman. So last week’s episode told of a CBR1000f that I had acquired that had looked to be a bit of a bargain. This week I discovered why it wasn’t. I had sorted all the…

 

Triumphant – The Himalayan Tiger

Mid-1960’s; one nineteen-year-old medical student aboard his T100 crossed vast Indian plains and climbed snow-capped Himalayan passes multiple times. Similar distance to riding from Delhi to London’s Ace Café; his name is Irfan Sheikh Triumph in India Motorcycle exports to…

 

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,…