I understand model years at Meriden ran from August through July.
Therefore your DH serial number indicates it was made in April of 1973, while my XH number equates to December 1972, not December of 1973.
Triumph also produces cruisers, highlighted by its Twin-powered Thunderbird as well as the massive Rocket III – with the Rocket’s 2294cc Triple the largest displacement engine in production.
In both sections there are requirements for vehicle identification.
I figure we are fortunate, since the labor troubles at Meriden began in earnest with a shutdown of the plant in September 1973.
- CW They weren't "labour" troubles, they were "management" troubles.
Sprint with improved suspension, higher pegs and exhausts (all taken from the, then current, speed triple) and lower bars (taken from the early Trophy).
I am also a member of TOMCC and enjoy the magizine in the new format.Triumph dates back to 1885 when 20-year-old Sigfried Bettman began importing bicycles from Germany to Coventry, England.Bettman changed the name to ‘The Triumph Cycle Company’ in 1886.Red1959 why not give it a try again like 68T120R I have had only good contacts with the club.'85 was along time ago (but it sure feels like yesterday).The Prize Draw for Dinner for Two on Valentine's Day at the Ace Cafe was won by two Club Members from Kent.Russell and Margarita had an excellent time courtesy of the Ace Cafe London.Flash forward more than a century and Triumph produces a wide range of motorcycles that source its signature Inline Triple and Parallel Twin engine configurations.The Triumph lineup includes sporty street options like the Daytona 675 and Speed/Street Triples, its Adventure-Touring Tiger/Explorer designs, as well as its popular modern classic lineup that features the Bonneville alongside the Thruxton and Scrambler.They are also keen to get the East Kent branch started and are working towards that happening in the very short term.All static accommodation is now sold out with waiting list of members hoping that somebody drops out.