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March 11, 2010

1952 Triumph Spring Wheel – Precision Manufacture

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The Spring Wheel. This Triumph invention provides the most practical answer to the peculiar complexities of motorcycle rear suspension. Smooth, robust, efficient and immaculate, its manufacture involves several interesting departures from orthodox engineering practice.

Triumph – The best motorcycle in the world.

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January 15, 2010

1955 World’s Fastest Motorcycle! Streamliner averages 193 mph

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Cover: Johnny Allen with record breaking Triumphs

Contents: European Championship; “Triumph” in Europe (Travel Story); Pikes Peak National; The BSA Story; Peoria TT Nationals; New World Record by Triumph; Jack Pine Enduro; Black Shadow in Reno; Lubrication -technical hints & tips; more

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December 13, 2009

1965 Gyronaut X-1 – An All-Out Triumph for Bonneville!

Cover: Gyronaut X-1 is the latest entry into the fierce competition for the motorcycle top speed record. This issue contains the exclusive story.

Contents: Gyronaut X-1 record attempt; Lightning: Hazard to cyclists?; Greenhorn Enduro; Road Tests: Triumph T100SC, Gilera 124cc, MB Trio of Lightweights; Testi Trail 50, Weekend Cross 90; Isle of Man – Best yet; Laconia revisited; Watkins Glen – records fall; more

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December 10, 2009

1968 – Live the Triumph Life

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You can live without a Triumph. But Why? Think it over. You can live a life of second best but who wants it? Not when there’s Triumph. Since way back in 1903, Triumph has led the two-wheeled world on and off the track. All because Triumph offers more of what you want from a motorcycle. Performance. There’s the famous Triumph engine. A muscular marvel of design with not an ounce of fat. There’s Triumph’s road-smoothing telescopic suspension that flattens ground with easy confidence…

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August 4, 2009

1971 Triumph Trail Blazer 250 & Blazer 250-SS – two big bikes that can take a bad trail lightly

Triumph presents two big bikes that can take a bad trail lightly.

The Triumph Trail Blazer. The Triumph Blazer-SS. Each pack 250cc’s of muscle in a lighter-than-ever trail bike. Each one will take you as far as you want to go, on the trail or off. Because they’re true Triumphs and the lightest 250’s that Triumph has ever delivered. From the vibration-protected headlights to the tucked-in tail pipes they’re radically improved.

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March 13, 2009

1979 Triumph Bonneville Special Road Test

New tricks for the fastest ride on memory lane.

Includes: Photos, Specifications

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February 20, 2009

1954 Triumph Riders Clean Up at Dodge City!

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In the spectacular 100 Mile Dodge City Grand Prix, on July 4, 1954, Walt Fulton of Kansas City, Mo., won easily over a field of fast riders on all makes of motorcycles and from many different states. Fulton rode a regular stock Triumph T-100C T100C T 100 C with road equipment to establish the first record of 1 hour 40 min. over the new Dodge City 1 1/2 mile airstrip course.

Fulton’s stock Triumph had been ridden to Dodge City from Omaha. After the victory the headlight and battery were reinstalled and the machine ridden back to Nebraska. A remarkable achievement and proof that Triumph is a Class “C” champion.

In fourth spot, the national No. 1 Expert rider, Bill Tuman of Rockford, Illinois, riding his first long race on a Triumph, rode steadily and consistently improved his position, moving from fifteenth place at the start to fourth place at the finish. Like Fulton’s winning Triumph, the one Tuman rode was a stock machine and a strange one for Tuman. It takes a Triumph to beat a Triumph!

Fastest Time in Drag Racing – 1st Bobby Sir Kegian

This 14 year old Triumph rider topped all contestants in the drags with a speed of 118.2 mph for 1/4 mile from standing start. He also won his first sporting road race – the 200cc to 350cc class on a Triumph Cub, defeating riders on machines having up to 350cc capacity.

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February 13, 2009

1969 Triumph Sweeps Bonneville

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Cool 2-Page vintage Triumph motorcycle advertisement.

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Triumph has done it again. 15 out of 16 new speed records set in the 750cc class alone. What makes this feat even more remarkable is that this is the first time Triumph’s new three cylinder 750cc Trident has competed at Bonneville.

Setting records is a Triumph specialty. No one does it better. The world motorcycle speed record of 245.667 mph is held by Triumph, as are 29 other world speed records. And over the years, Triumph has set more speed marks at Bonneville than any other machine.

Triumph’s unrivalled ability to stand up to the gruelling challenge of Bonneville is a reflection of sound engineering, Painstaking attention to detail and a pride in craftsmanship. But just as important are the decades of experience that have been bred into the Triumph. Any machine you choose, regardless of size, enables you to experience the pure joy of riding and the certainty that it will behave perfectly umnder the most trying conditions. That’s what sets the Triumph apart from all the rest. The Triumph. A breed apart.

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February 10, 2009

1973 Triumph Motorcycles – Experts Vs. Enthusiasts Vintage Ad

2-Page Triumph ad showing: Hurricane X 75 TRX75, Trident 750 T150V, Bonneville 750
T140V, Tiger 750 TR7RV, Daytona T100R, Trophy Trail TR5T

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