List_of_Triumph_motorcycles

List of Triumph motorcycles

A list of motorcycles produced under the Triumph brand:

Pre-War

Model Engine Years Notes
Models TT and Roadster
Model H
Models P,R,N,Q 500cc 1925-1928
XO 1933
2/1, 2/5, 3/1, 3/2, 3/5, 5/1-5/5 1934
6/1 650cc 1937 Parallel twin. Predates the "Turner Twins". Scrapped when Turner came in, the design later resurfaced, modified, as the BSA A10.
2H, 3S, 3SE, 3H, 5H, 6S, 1937
Tiger 70 249cc ohv single ?-1940
Tiger 80 349cc ohv single ?-1940
Tiger 90 497cc ohv single ?-1939
5T Speed Twin 498cc ohv 1938-40,1946-58 parallel twin
Tiger 100 498cc ohv 1938-40,1946-59
2HC, 5S, 5SC, DE Luxe 65 , 35, 35C, 35W 1939

Post-War

Model Engine Years Notes
TR5 Trophy 500cc 1949-1958 Competition bike winner of ISDT Trophy for 4 years
6T Thunderbird 650cc twin
3TA 350cc 1957-1966 First 350cc 'unit construction' machine
5TA 500cc 1957-1966 First 500cc 'unit construction' machine
T90 350cc 1963-1969 "Tiger 90", sports version of the 3TA. Don't confuse with the 500cc Tiger 90 of 1937!
T100 500cc 1959 Sports version of the 5T "Speed Twin"
T100A 1960-1961 Sports version of the 5TA, first Tiger with 'unit construction', 'bathtub' rear enclosure
T100SS 1962-1968? Sports version of the 5TA
T100S Tiger Sports
T100R Daytona 500cc 1966 - 1974 Road version of the racing twin. Built as an answer to Honda's 444 cc Black Bomber. Tested at 110+mph, topped 150 in race trim.
T110 Tiger
TR5T Adventurer/Trophy Trail 500cc 1972 - 1974 On/off road style
TR25W Trophy 250 250cc
T100C Trophy 500cc
TR6 Trophy 650cc
TR6C 650cc
TR7V Tiger 750cc
Terrier 150cc
Tiger Cub 200cc
T120 Bonneville 650cc
Thruxton Bonneville 1965-1966? Production racer (58 total machines built)
T140 Bonneville 750cc ??-1975 Produced under the Meriden Co-op
Tina Scooter 100cc
Tigress Scooter 175cc 2-stroke / 250cc 4-stroke 196?-1965
T140W TSS 750cc Last of the Meriden Bonnevilles 8-valve head
T140D Bonneville Special 750cc Custom style
T140E 750cc Emissions-controlled
TSX Custom style
TS8-1 Show prototype anti-vibration 8 valve
Bonneville Executive faired tourer with luggage
TR65 Thunderbird 650cc
TR7T Tiger Trail 750c On/off road style
TR65T Tiger Trail on/off road style
T140LE Royal Wedding Bonneville
T140J Bonneville Silver Jubilee 750cc 1977 1000 of these commemorated the Queen of England's Silver Jubilee
T140AV , TR7AV, TSSAV Anti-Vibration police models
TR7VS Tiger Electro Electric start
T140ES Bonneville Electro Electric start
TR6 Thunderbird 600cc Show prototype custom style
Daytona 600cc Show prototype
TSX8 8-valve custom style

Triples

For full detail see BSA Rocket 3/Triumph Trident (for corresponding BSA models see BSA Triples)
Model First year Last year Notes
T150 1969 1972
T150V 1971 1974 5-speed gearbox
X75 1973 The first production 'Custom' motorcycle - styled by Craig Vetter
T160 1975

From 1985 to 1988

Triumph Motorcycles Limited (1990 onwards)

Model Engine Years Notes
Daytona 750 748cc 1990 - 1992
Daytona 1000 998cc 1990 - 1992 Sports bike using four cylinder version of the short stroke 750 Daytona/Trident engine
Trophy 900 885cc 1990 - 1999
Trophy 1200 1180cc 1990 - 2004 Initially 125bhp sports tourer, from 1995 received larger fairing and detuned 104bhp engine
Trident 750 748cc
Trident 900 885cc
Trident Sprint 900 885cc
Sprint 900 885cc
Sprint 900 Sport 885cc Sprint with improved suspension, higher pegs and lower bars
Sprint 900 Executive 885cc
Daytona 900 885cc 1992 - 1997
Daytona 900 Super III 885cc 1994 - 1996 Cosworth developed engine producing claimed 115bhp and carbon fibre extras
Daytona 1200 1180cc 1992 - 1999 147bhp 4 cyl Sports Tourer. In '98 the 300 off "Special Edition", individually numbered machines were produced, with 6 pot brakes and Black / Gold paint.
Daytona T595 955cc 1997 - 1999
Daytona 955i 955cc 1999 - 2006 Also "CE" (Centennial Edition) version 2002
Daytona 600 599cc 2002 - 2004
Daytona 650 646cc 2005 - 2006 Longer stroke version of Daytona 600
Daytona 675 675cc 2006 on All new bike with all new three cylinder engine
TT 600 599cc 2000 - 2002
Scrambler 900 865cc
Thruxton 900 865cc 2004 - Bonneville based cafe racer
Sprint RS 955cc
Sprint ST 955/1050cc 1999 on 1999 - 2005 955cc, 2005 on 1050cc
Thunderbird 900 885cc 1995 - 2004
Thunderbird Sport 900 885cc 1997 - 2000, 2003 - 2004 Thunderbird with wider 17" tyres, plus uprated engine, suspension and brakes
Legend TT 885cc
Speedmaster 790cc Cruiser based on the Bonneville, the engine being at 270° instead of 360°
Speedmaster 900 865cc Cruiser based on the Bonneville T100, the engine being at 270° instead of 360°
Adventurer 885cc 1996 - 2001 Restyled Thunderbird 900
America 790/865cc 2001 on 2001 - 2006 790cc, 2007 on 865cc. Initially named "Bonneville America"
Rocket III 2294cc 2005 Long distance touring Cruiser
Rocket III Classic 2294cc
Rocket III Tourer 2294cc
Bonneville 790/865cc 2000-2007 790cc, 2007 on 865cc
Bonneville T100 790/865cc 2002-2005 790cc, 2006 on 865cc
Speed Triple 750 748cc Budget Speed Triple using 750 Trident engine and lower spec suspension and brakes
Speed Triple 900 885cc 1994 - 1997
Speed Triple T509 885cc 1997 - 1999
Speed Triple 955i 955cc 1999 - 2005
Speed Triple 1050 1050cc 2005 on
Street Triple 675 675cc 2008 on Scaled down Speed Triple, based on Daytona 675 Chassis
Speed Four 599cc Stripped down TT600 with reworked engine
Tiger 900 885cc 1993 - 1998
Tiger 885cc 1999 - 2001 Revamped model with fuel injected motor based on T509 Speed Triple
Tiger 955i 955cc 2001 - 2006
Tiger 1050 1050cc 2007 on
Triumph Thunderbird 1600 1600cc 2009 100bhp Twin belt-drive cruiser

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