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Triumph Sport Tiger T100SC – Transmission Top Speed – Motorcycle Specs

Triumph Sport Tiger T100SC – Transmission Top Speed – Motorcycle Specs Make Model : Triumph Sport Tiger T100SC Year : 1965 Engine : Air cooled, four …


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Drift Trikes UK – Cheddar Gorge 4 4 15

We went to Cheddar to ride with South West Drift Trikes and a whole heap of other trikers!!

Notice the majority are safe and courteous to other road users, like we were asked too be by the local police.

We are not all ruthless and dangerous, just a select few.

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UK Rat & Survival Bike n’ Trike Show 2013

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Triumph Rocket 2300cc Motorcycle

Our latest used Triumph Rocket’s:

At TriumphWorld we have the largest selection of Rocket’s in the UK. This 2300cc Triumph Rocket comes with a two tone tank, Sissy bar and rack, Triumph accessory exhaust and cat bypass and chrome mirrors all genuine Triumph accessories. The bike has had a new front trye fitted at 13,300 miles. The sound generated by the accessory silencers has to be heard to be believed and the power from the 2.3litre engine is incredible.

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Great British Bikes

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Over the last 100 years, British bikes have been among the most desirable on the road. Indeed, for much of the twentieth century, British motorcycles ruled the world.

Here, in this magnificent tribute, we pay homage to the most charismatic motorcycles, focusing on the road and racing bikes most admired and aspired to, ranging from high performance singles through parallel twins, vee-twins – and even a unique square four.

Join us as we celebrate the golden age and lasting memory of Greatest British Bikes including:

Triumph Bonneville – Ultimate version of Edward Turner’s famous parallel twin, plus exclusive footage of the 2001 version.

BSA Gold Star – Winner of prestigious events such as the Isle of Man Clubmans TT road races, GP motocross and international trials. The greatest all-rounder.

BSA Sports Twins – BSA built rivals to the Triumph Bonneville. From the ISDT Star Twins to the fabulous Rocket Gold Star.

BSA/Triumph Triples – The BSA Rocket Three and Triumph Trident were a match for any opposition in the Formula 750 class racing of that era.

Norton Commando – One of the best bikes ever made in England. Superb on the road and a winner on the racetrack.

Manx Norton – Kept the British presence alive in Grand Prix racing for 40 years, winning many Isle of Man TT races and world championships along the way.

AJS 7R/Matchless G50 – 350 and 500cc versions of the same single-cylinder road racer which remained competitive until the lates sixties. The Manx Norton’s biggest rival.

Vincent Black Shadow – The high specification of Vincent’s legendary machine ultimately led to the company’s downfall as only the most affluent enthusiasts could afford them.

Velocette Thruxton – The end of a line of strong sporting singles from the Birmingham company, and a winner in international endurance races.

Ariel Square Four – The only four cylinder machine ever put into volume production by a British manufacturer. It could go from 10 to 100mph in top gear!

Charismatic, celebrated and truly classic…the Greatest British Bikes.

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Best of British Norton

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Norton is one of the most evocative names in the history of British motorcycling.

It has a magical effect on motorcyclists even now, around a quarter of a century after the marque’s heyday. This DVD tells the whole Norton story.

At the Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum we examine the oldest Norton of them all, a 1905 model with a Peugeot engine. And Sammy describes two of the rarest racers in existence — the horizontal-engined Model F and the revolutionary ‘kneeler’ streamliner.

At the National Motorcycle Museum we look at every significant Norton over the past ninety years — from the 1907 winner of the TT twin-cylinder class right up to the unique rotary-engined racer that won Norton’s last TT in 1992.

Leading motorcycle journalist Alan Cathcart track tests the Formula 750 Nortons of the Seventies including the actual 1973 TT winner with its unique monococque chassis.

Plus we talk to famous Norton Racers — the legendary Geoff Duke and the winner of that 1992 TT, Steve Hislop, along with engineers, designers and executives who played key roles in the Norton story.

With classic rallies and races on the Isle of Man, Assen in Holland and Daytona, USA and the Norton Owners Club on a pilgrimage from the National Motorcycle Museum to the old Norton factory in Birmingham, this is a production that pays full homage to Norton’s glorious past and which looks with hope into the future for a name that was once synonymous with ‘The Best of British’. We’re on INSTAGRAM:
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