Triumph Motorbike black colour

Triumph Motorbike black colour

Triumph Motorbike black and red colour

Triumph Motorbike black and red colour

Bob Dylan and Triumph - not sure rides bikes these days, this is probably circa 1966

Return of the wild one: How Triumph motorbikes became cool again

Return of the wild one: How Triumph motorbikes became cool again    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1205710/Return-wild-How-Triumph-motorbikes-cool-again.html#ixzz1tCbljsb0

Return of the wild one: How Triumph motorbikes became cool again

Return of the wild one: How Triumph motorbikes became cool again Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive/article-1205710/Return-wild-How-Triumph-motorbikes-cool-again.html#ixzz1tCbljsb0

Return of the wild one: How Triumph motorbikes became cool again

Return of the wild one: How Triumph motorbikes became cool again

Brando, Dylan and Elvis made them cool, but Britain's Triumph motorbikes would be consigned to the scrapheap if it hadn't been for a reclusive visionary, million.

Through the Fifties and Sixties, names such as Steve McQueen and Marlon Brando cemented the Triumph legend, while numerous land speed records and race track successes gave bikes like the Thunderbird, Bonneville, Tiger and Trident iconic status.

Through the Fifties and Sixties, names such as Steve McQueen and Marlon Brando cemented the Triumph legend, while numerous land speed records and race track successes gave bikes like the Thunderbird, Bonneville, Tiger and Trident iconic status.

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