British Motorcycles Triumph (Little Books)
|Rating||:||4.44 (860 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
"A brief history of a great motorcycle" according to Alfred. Sort of glossed over the whole British Triumph motorcycle scene. Having a T 1A brief history of a great motorcycle Alfred Sort of glossed over the whole British Triumph motorcycle scene. Having a T 140 oil in frame which was a significant change for Triumph I was disappointed to find virtually nothing about this important bike.I did give a indication regarding the whole Triump history and its demise.. 0 oil in frame which was a significant change for Triumph I was disappointed to find virtually nothing about this important bike.I did give a indication regarding the whole Triump history and its demise.. A pleasant overview. Andy Reed This is a nice, quick, overview guide that touches on the high points of the Triumph Marque. (And when they say "Little Books" they mean it! It's only around 6x6 inches! I missed that in the description when I ordered!). Great book, but very small! This book has great illustrations and lots of info. I was really disappointed in the size. It's my fault for not reading the full description, I expected a much larger book. It's the size of those little inspirationAl books you see in a gift store. That was my only complaint.
We've even left the images in their raw untouched form, complete with period markings.. The Triumph name is one of the most enduringly popular names in motorcycling. Nothing clever or complicated has been attempted here--though the book is split into time period sections, which is as far as we've gone in "organizing" things. This fascinating little book contains over 175 images from the archives allowing others to see some of the best Triumph pictures that have been taken over the years. Triumph the motorcycle maker has for the most part in its 100-plus years been a success story; a triumph, in fact. Since motorcycle production commenced in 1902, the Triumph factory has produced thousands of classic designs and is regarded as being producers of some of the world's finest motorcycles, from the original Bonneville in 1959 to today's models. Beginning life in 1887 as a bicycle manufacturing company, The Triumph Cycle Company went on to become today's Triumph Motorcycles Limited. It is an evocative title, one that conjures up all sorts of powerful imagery while the word itself--triumph