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Originally a bicycle manufacturer, in 1898 Triumph decided to extend production at Coventry, UK to include motorcycles, and by 1902 the company had produced its first motorcycle — a bicycle fitted with a Belgian Minerva engine.

Triumph motorcycles were one of the largest manufacturers in the world, so if you are looking for something special or rare, check through the countries listed below, you never know what you might find. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down the page.

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1938 Triumph 5T Speed Twin

Engine Size: 498cc

First Produced: 1937

1938 Triumph 5T Speed Twin

Air-cooled, twin cylinder OHV engine with a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive producing 28hp @ 6000rpm. By virtue of an advanced engine design this model was to become one of the quickest & most popular motorcycles of its time. From 1937 with a break for WWII it continued in production until 1958.

1946 Triumph Tiger 100

Engine Size: 498cc

First Produced: 1946

1946 Triumph Tiger 100

Air cooled, parallel twin OHV engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive. Produced 32bhp @ 6500rpm. This model was more or less the same as the pre-war model with exception of the front girder forks being replaced by telescopic forks.

1950 Triumph Thunderbird 6T

Engine Size: 649cc

First Produced: 1950

1950 Triumph Thunderbird 6T

Air-cooled, 4 stroke vertical twin engine coupled 4 speed constant mesh gearbox, producing 34bhp @ 6500rpm. This was the first of a long line of Thunderbirds to come & at the time was one of the fastest road bikes available.

1956 Triumph Tiger Cub 200

Engine: 199cc

First Produced: 1956

1956 Triumph Tiger Cub 200

Air-cooled, 4 stroke single cylinder OHV engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive. Big ends were prone to failure if revved hard before the oil was warm. This problem was rectified in 1961 when a new oil pump was fitted.

1956 Triumph TR6 Trophy

Engine: 649cc

First Produced: 1956

1956 Triumph TR6 Trophy

Air-cooled, 4 stroke parallel twin engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive producing 42hp @ 6500rpm. This model was aimed at the US market, but sold well in the UK also. 

1963 Triumph T90

Engine: 349cc

First Produced: 1962

1963 Triumph T90

Air-cooled, 4 stroke twin engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive. Built from 1962-68, this was the sports version of the Triumph Twenty One

1966 Triumph T120 Bonneville

Engine: 649cc

First Produced: 1959

1966 Triumph T120 Bonneville

Air-cooled, parallel twin engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox (later models had 5 speed) & chain drive. The T120 was based on the Triumph Tiger T110 and was fitted with the Tiger's optional twin 1 3/16 in Amal monobloc carburettors as standard, along with that model's high-performance inlet camshaft.

1972 Triumph T100R Daytona

Engine: 490cc

First Produced: 1967

1972 Triumph T100R Daytona

Air-cooled, 4 stroke twin OHV, 2 valves per cylinder engine with a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive producing 40hp @ 7200rpm. The 'Daytona' name was derived from American rider Buddy Elmore's win at the 1966 Daytona 200 race held at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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