Hinckley Triumphs

The First Generation

Hinckley Triumphs  The First Generation
Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781847973412
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The name of Triumph was one of the most famous in motorcycling.  Its demise in 1973 caused anguish in the worldwide biking community.  Hinckley Triumphs - The First Generation examines the re-invention and rise of Triumph Motorcycles.  The first generation of the new bikes was manufactured from 1993 - 1996.  Sharing the same spine frame and standard components, the innovative new models from the new company paved the way for Triumph's continuing success.   The book covers:The building of the new Triumph factory.Design, development and manufacture of the new range of bikes.Information and recollections from members of the original design team.Triumph's participation in racing.The Speed Triple Challenge.

The author

David Clarke is an IT program manager, and has recently retired from an international energy company. He has a wide range of interests and has been an enthusiastic motorcyclist for many years. To date, he has owned seven Hinckley Triumphs; currently, three T300 Speed Triples, including an ex-Challenge bike, and a Thruxton. He is passionate about Hinckley Triumphs, which he views as a continuation of the tradition of British engineering excellence. This is his fifth book.

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Format: Hardback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781847973412
Illustrations: 200 color photographs
Size: 8.46 in x 10.23 in x 0.625 in / 214.88 mm x 259.84 mm x 15.875 mm

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