The Triumph Street Scrambler

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The new Triumph Street Scrambler is a motorcycle that many have been waiting for with fingers crossed. After releasing the first of the modern scramblers in 2006, and kickstarting the genre for a new generation, the model was conspicuously absent from the range of new Triumphs released a few months ago. Since 2006 we’ve seen…

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Tamarit Motorcycles Triumph Scrambler #216

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The Triumph Scrambler was introduced in 2006 as a modified version of the already-popular Triumph Bonneville. The design closely followed that of the Bonneville, however chief designer John Mockett drew additional inspiration from the iconic TR6C Trophy Special, favoured by the likes of Steve McQueen and Bud Ekins. The drivetrain engineers at Triumph took the…

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‘High Speed Pursuit’ 1962 Triumph TR4 Police Car

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In 1962 a brand new Triumph TR4 was ordered by the Southend on Sea County Borough Constabulary in Essex, England. It was dressed in some subtle police livery then sent out on active duty covering multiple shifts a day and over 1000 miles a week. The ’60s were the golden age of the British sports…

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Triumph Street Twin Custom

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The new Triumph Street Twin was introduced in late 2015 to much interest from the public and motoring media, although technically the new 1200cc Triumph Bonneville was listed as the successor to the outgoing 898cc Bonneville – it’s the Street Twin that’s the most similar in size and performance. The original “new” Bonneville first released…

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Tamarit “Ronin” Triumph Scrambler

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Tamarit Motorcycles is a Spanish custom motorcycle and parts company who have turned out some of the best looking and most usable Triumph Scramblers we’ve seen over the past few years. Their builds are typically characterised by practicality – they’re designed to be bikes that are ridden everyday rather than just on weekends. This bike…

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Ryan Reynolds’ Triumph Thruxton

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Ryan Reynolds is an actor who needs no introduction, in fact as I type this his latest film Deadpool has already broken the box-office record for an R-Rated film, it’s also the highest grossing film of 2016 so far with almost $300 million in earnings at the time of writing (February 16, 2016). What you…

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Steve McQueen’s Triumph Desert Sled

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There is probably no motorcycle more closely associated with Steve McQueen than the Triumph Desert Sled, in fact the iconic images of him roaring across the Southern Californian landscape on a modified British bike will probably outlive the internal combustion engine. At the time of his death in 1980 McQueen had acquired over 100 motorcycles, and…

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The New Triumph Thruxton R

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The Triumph Thruxton R is the top of the line model from the new generation of Bonneville-based motorcycles from the popular British marque. Only introduced in the last day or so, the new models have been hotly anticipated due to the fact that the outgoing Bonneville model-line had become one of the most popular platforms…

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Triumph Bonneville Scrambler by Grease Monkey

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The Triumph Bonneville is broadly recognised as one of the most important motorcycle model lines in history, originally introduced in 1959 the Bonneville has been developed through 3 major iterations and remains in production today – 56 years after its grandfather entered production. The modern Bonneville shares the same basic layout as the original, it’s…

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Triumph Trident Racing Motorcycle

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Triumph ended their factory racing program in the mid-70s due to budget restrictions and increasingly competitive two-strokes from Japan, this could have spelled the end for the marque on the race tracks of Europe and North America but a small band of privateers kept the Triumph badges on the starting grid. Privateer racer John Parker built…

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