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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David Beckham’s Triumph Bonneville

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The Triumph Bonneville was originally released in 1959, it quickly became a very popular motorcycle on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to the performance and extensibility it offered. The fundamentals of the model have remained solid over the intervening decades, Bonnevilles have all had parallel twin, air-cooled, four stroke engines that could be modified…

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Mooneyes Triumph Bobber

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The Triumph-powered bobber is a motorcycle with a rich American DNA, despite the British origin of its engine. After WWII the custom motorcycle community in England were stripping off fenders, bolting on clip-on handlebars and removing weight to make their bikes as fast as possible on twisty British roads. In America the young men were taking…

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The Complete Book of Classic and Modern Triumph Motorcycles

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The Complete Book of Classic and Modern Triumph Motorcycles is an essential member of the bookshelf in any Triumph-owning household, it’s the most thorough look back at the history of the quintessentially British motorcycle marque – with the added benefit of pictures, cutaways, and historic milestones. The book is the work of Ian Falloon, one of…

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Triumph Tiger 900

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The original Triumph Tiger 900 was released in 1993 and remained in production for 5 years, it won a small but loyal band of followers who nicknamed it the “steamer” and rode the model to just about every region of the planet. Today, the triple-cylinder Tiger is a common first adventure bike for many in…

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Triumph Waxed Cotton Jacket

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The new Triumph Waxed Cotton Jacket is made in England to a design ethos that’s been in use since the 1800s, it’s lined with 100% cotton twill and has an outer shell made from British Millerain waxed cotton. The front closure has a brass zipper on the inside and brass studs on the outside flap,…

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Richard Hammond’s Triton

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The Triton is almost certainly the most famous motorcycle to have never been built in a factory – the name came from a contraction of Triumph (who supplied the engine) and Norton (who supplied the Featherbed frame). Those who made it through a semester of Greek mythology will also tell you that Triton was a Greek god and…

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