Category Archives: Triumph

Triumph bikes entered in this years show

Triumph Tiger cub 1955

Entry number 033 – Entered by Terry

Same design as the Triumph Terrier, the only Triumph to be fitted with plunger suspension and very advanced for the day being of unit construction. A later exhaust pipe has been fitted because it has a bracket bolted to the engine mount to give more support which was never fitted originally. It’s also fitted with a solo sprung seat making the ride more comfortable.

Terry’s Triumph Tiger cub – 1955

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Triumph Trophy TR6 Special 1969

Entry number 028 – Entered by Paul

TR6 Trophy Special 1969 model totally rebuilt as original, only exception are stainless fasteners . I can’t claim credit for the build, it was already done when I bought it . The only thing I needed to do was to change the handlebars. Regularly ridden .

Paul’s Triumph Trophy TR6 Special – 1969

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Triumph TR6C 1969

Entry number 025 – Entered by Eric

I have owned the bike for 14 years and we attend all the clubs shows.  As it does not have an original exhaust system we never expect to win, but always enjoy the days.  Roll on the real thing.

Eric’s Triumph TR6C – 1969

Triumph Bonneville T120 1970

Entry number 023 – Entered by Michael

I have owned this bike since 2007. This is a 1970 uk version of the T120 and the last year with an external oil tank. Recently it has undergone a substantial overhaul from the crankshaft up which has been reground and balanced and attention given to many details during the rebuild. It was originally points ignition but a Pazon Altair electonic ignition has been fitted.

Michael’s Triumph Bonneville T120 – 1970

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Triumph Tiger Cub 1964

Entry number 021 – Entered by Greg

Best Triumph Winner – 2020

This Tiger Cub has been in our family for years and has been owned by both my brothers Richard and Chas. It’s a great bike and we have all enjoyed riding it . A few years ago Richard suggested that we should restore the Cub back to original specification. After a number of years and also restoring Richards Thruxton in between, the Cub is now finished. I got it running a few weeks ago and was desperate to get it to the bike shows . You rarely see many Cubs at shows . Hope you like it cheers Greg

Greg’s Triumph Tiger Cub – 1964

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Triumph TR7 1973

Entry number 019 – Entered by Ron

Complete rebuild in the US, from a basket case, over the last 3 years.  I had a lot of help from Jaye Strait at Britech New England.  Jaye rebuilt the engine, I did most of the other restoration, down to powder coating the frame.  Matching frame and engine.  Not quite original, for example, electronic ignition.  And the tank needs a little more work – I thought the rattle can paint was petrol proof – it wasn’t.

Ron’s Triumph TR7 – 1973

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Triumph Daytona 1971

Entry number 018 – Entered by Michael

I have owned the bike since 2004 which was partially restored by the previous owner after being re-imported from the U.S. around 2000.

I have taken the bike on 2 tours of France with the club covering approximately 1000 miles on each tour. Over the years I have corrected a number of issues with the bike and it is now running exceptionally well apart from being stabled due to the lockdown. It is a great bike to ride and is light and very fast with exceptional acceleration up to 60 mph for 500cc.

Michael’s Triumph Daytona – 1971

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