The remarkable history of Triumph motorcycles is retraced in this collection of the most significant machines built between 1938 and today. The original Speed Twin began the tradition and for over four decades Triumph motorcycles gained fame and rider loyalty with their exceptional performance on the street and the race track. And they found celebrity status when Marlon Brando rode a Triumph on the screen. After closing its doors in 1983, Triumph is back in production and gaining new fans.
Filled with decades of Twin and Triple history, including coverage of Bonneville, Daytona, Trident, Trophy, competition bikes, and the newest range of Triumphs launched under industrialist John Bloor. Includes specs and technical notes.
Softcover 96 pages