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2018 Triumph BONNEVILLE T100 in Georgetown, ME


375 miles
Well maintained T100 Black, low miles, Fox shocks
Private Seller
Georgetown, ME - 519 mi. away
Private Seller
Georgetown, ME - 519 mi. away
2018 Triumph Bonneville T100 New England White/ Intense Orange in Augusta, ME
Stock Number: T1820


1 miles
2018 Triumph Bonneville T100 New England White/ Intense Orange, 2018 Triumph Bonneville T100 New England White/ Intense Orange The Bonneville T100 is ...
Paul Blouin Performance
Augusta, ME - 543 mi. away

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Triumph Motorcycles Information:

Triumph motorcycles have been around since 1902 when the first model, known aptly as the Triumph No. 1, was put into production. In terms of British manufacturers, Triumph is the longest running. They're also one of the most popular. The company has been through quite the evolution throughout its extensive history. It's had ups and downs and still remains a strong contender in the industry. Its early years were focused on producing racing bikes. During World War I, the company extended its production to benefit Allied troops with transportation. Many consider that era's “Trusty Triumph”, the Model H Roadster, to be the world's first modern motorcycle. Triumph motorcycles were again enlisted in the war effort during World War II.

The name become iconic in the world of cycles in the 1950s and 1960s in part due to its association with famous actors and celebrities like Steve McQueen, Marlon Brando and Evel Knievel. The company had a major transformation in 1983 when it was purchased by John Bloor after Triumph Engineering went into receivership.

There are a number of popular models of Triumph motorcycles today. Names you're likely to have heard of include the Trophy, Thunderbird, Bonneville, Scrambler, Tiger, and Street Triple, among others