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Triumph Tiger 100 Motorcycle

$52

The Tiger 100 (T100) was a standard motorcycle first made by the British motorcycle company Triumph in 1939. Production ceased when the Triumph factory was destroyed by German bombing in 1940 during World War 2, but recommenced in 1946. Several variants were manufactured until 1973.

The lighter and more powerful Tiger 100 was developed as a sports enthusiasts’ machine, and as with previous models the “100” referred to its claimed maximum speed in miles per hour (mph).

The Tiger 100’s sporting pretensions were later further proven through Freddie Clarke’s 1939 lap record at Brooklands of 118.02 miles per hour (189.93 km/h) on a bored-out 503 cc Tiger 100.

Engraved on top grade 304 (18/10) stainless steel
Frame size is 23,5cm (9,25″) x 17,5cm (6,9″)

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Description

Triumph Tiger 100 Motorcycle 1939

Additional information

Weight1 kg
Dimensions23 × 15 × 3 cm