The Triumph Tiger Cub Bible

The Triumph Tiger Cub Bible
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Format: Paperback / softback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9781787117341
Series: Bible
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Back in print!

The full history of the popular Triumph Tiger Cub motorcycle. This ultimate reference source book covers every aspect of these machines, including 22 detailed model profiles, delivery details, technical design specifications, military, police and competition bikes, plus the full story behind the model’s production run.

Now back in print after a long absence, this Classic Reprint from Veloce is a must have for all Triumph Tiger Cub owners and enthusiasts.
 

The author

Mike Estall bought his first Tiger Cub in 1956. Since then he has completed a succession of restoration projects (mostly Tiger Cubs or Terriers) and has researched and collected a vast amount of technical information on these postwar lightweights. He now runs the Tiger Cub and Terrier Register and a worldwide information service for Cub and Terrier owners.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 208 Pages
ISBN: 9781787117341
Illustrations: 210 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.14 in x 9.84 in / 206.76 mm x 249.94 mm
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