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Hinckley Triumphs : The First Generation - David Clarke

Hinckley Triumphs

The First Generation

By: David Clarke

Hardcover | 1 July 2012

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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. 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. SELLING POINTS: . Covers the rise of the re-established Triumph Motorcycles Company and includes the building of the new factory, the design, development and manufacturing process for the first generation bikes . Features input from members of the original design team . Looks at the entry of Triumph into racing and the racing models . Aimed at Triumph and classic bike enthusiast ILLUSTRATIONS: 200 colour photographs

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