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TRIUMPH T150 # 341 built rare 8/1968 excellent original ...

AUD $ 24700
Australia

TRIUMPH T150 # 341 built rare 8/1968 excellent original condition

2021 Triumph Boneville T120 Black 1200cc

AUD $ 18000
Australia

2021 Triumph Boneville T120 Black 1200cc

1995 Triumph Thunderbird

CAD $ 500
Canada

1995 Triumph Thunderbird

Triumph Rocket 3 R - stunning red - 1 owner -

£ 17495
United Kingdom

Triumph Rocket 3 R - stunning red - 1 owner -

2022 Triumph Bonneville T100 WABS

CAD $ 250
Canada

2022 Triumph Bonneville T100 WABS

TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 SPORTS MOTORCYCLE

£ 5995
United Kingdom

TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 SPORTS MOTORCYCLE

1972 Triumph Daytona

$ 4850
United States

1972 Triumph Daytona

1971 Triumph Bonneville T120R Custom

$ 3000
United States

1971 Triumph Bonneville T120R Custom

2009 Triumph Bonneville

$ 4795
United States

2009 Triumph Bonneville

1971 Triumph Bonneville T120R Custom

$ 3000
United States

1971 Triumph Bonneville T120R Custom

1996 Triumph

$ 2850
United States

1996 Triumph

2017 Triumph Bonneville

$ 7400
United States

2017 Triumph Bonneville

1974 Triumph

$ 1500
United States

1974 Triumph

1971 Triumph Bonneville T120R Custom

$ 3500
United States

1971 Triumph Bonneville T120R Custom

Details about  1970 Triumph Bonneville

$ 0
United States

Details about 1970 Triumph Bonneville

1973 Triumph Trident

$ 8000
United States

1973 Triumph Trident

2006 Triumph Daytona

$ 4200
United States

2006 Triumph Daytona

1957 Triumph Speed Twin 5T 500

$ 3863
United States

1957 Triumph Speed Twin 5T 500

2018 Triumph Bonneville

$ 8450
United States

2018 Triumph Bonneville

1970 Triumph Bonneville

$ 5600
United States

1970 Triumph Bonneville

1970 Triumph Bonneville

$ 4500
United States

1970 Triumph Bonneville

1996 Triumph Trophy 1200 cc

$ 3699
United States

1996 Triumph Trophy 1200 cc

1970 Triumph Trident

$ 4600
United States

1970 Triumph Trident

1968 Triumph Daytona

$ 159
United States

1968 Triumph Daytona

1979 Triumph Bonneville

$ 6995
United States

1979 Triumph Bonneville

1974 Triumph Trident

$ 3600
United States

1974 Triumph Trident

2006 Triumph Daytona

$ 4050
United States

2006 Triumph Daytona

1972 Triumph Trident

$ 710
United States

1972 Triumph Trident

Rare vintage Triumph, H 550cc 1915

CAD $ 28568
Canada

Rare vintage Triumph, H 550cc 1915

2018 Triumph Rocket III

$ 12999
United States

2018 Triumph Rocket III

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In 1880, the history of the legendary motorcycle manufacturer Triumph began in Great Britain. Then it was far from the production of motor vehicles. German Siegfried Bettmann sold bicycles and, oddly enough, sewing machines. A little later, together with Mauritz Schulte, they created Bettmann & Co and added motorcycles under the Triumph brand to the sale. A skillful move or just an accident, but they named the first motorcycle No. 1. The first pancake did not go lumpy and the company was able to prove it. Consumer demand for reliable and high-quality equipment was constantly increasing. The military drew attention to this and constantly made orders for themselves. In 1920, the company began to re-equip its premises and establish the manufacture of automobiles. Unfortunately, this production did not become profitable and the management had to abandon it. In 1936, the Triumph motorcycle production was bought out. Edward Turner became the new director and chief designer. It didn't go unnoticed. A year later, the company released a new model, which determined the direction of motorcycle production for years to come. It was the Triumph Speed ??Twin. In 1940, the plant was practically destroyed by German bombers, but after two years production was restored. The updated line of reliable, modern motorcycles gained more and more popularity. And it didn't stop until the 1970s, when Japanese competitors entered the market. Back then, even sweeping victories in the races could not contain the decline in sales. The payback was in question, and in 1983 a new investor from England, John Bloor. Carried out a reorganization in the company with the injection of huge capital. As a result, a plant was built and the latest, modern technologies were introduced. It did not go unnoticed. In 1990, Triumph launched a new line that gave a fresh breath.

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