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Hinckley Triumphs - The First Generation

By David Clarke

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ISBN: 9781847973412
PUBLISHED: 01/06/2012
PAGES: 160
BINDING: Hardback
SIZE: 260x215 mm
INSIDE: 200 colour photographs

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 1991-2004. 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
  • Each model in detail, including changes to each model throughout manufacture
  • Information and recollections from members of the original design team
  • Triumph's participation in racing
  • The Speed Triple Challenge

RRP: £25.00

Site Price: £20.00

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Latest Reviews
" A comprehensive resource bound to be of interest to current owners and useful for prospective buyers too. "
Review Type: Press
Reviewed By: Practical Sportsbikes

" Well written and illustrated with numerous colour plates from the factory along with detailed specifications, there are also images of the bikes in use along with some useful websites. Even if you are not a Triumph fan it is well worth reading as it details modern history we have all lived through and it is well worth adding to the bookshelf now. "
Review Type: Press
Reviewed By: Ducati Owners Club Magazine

" For all fans of the '90s and up to 2004 Triumph Triple machines, this book is an abolute must have. It has been written with a passion and a detail that will make it the premier source of information for owners and restorers of those early Hinckley models for many years to come. "
Review Type: Press
Reviewed By: Nacelle

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