1970 Triumph Tr6c Motorcycles for sale
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Big Bend, Wisconsin
2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring, CORBIN HEATED SEAT, COLOR MATCHED CORBIN TOP BOX, CLEAN AND COOL! - We can ship this for $399 anywhere in the Conti US. Give us a call toll free at 877=870-6297 or locally at 262-662-1500. Used Custom Cruiser Chopper Preowned Beginner Streetbike Bagger. There will be more pictures available upon request. We also offer great financing terms for qualifying credit. Call us for buying or trading your motorcycle, atv, or snowmobile.
Pompano Beach, Florida
The Tiger Explorer XRx Low version offers the same great quality and innovative engineering, but is significantly lower, making this class-leading motorcycle accessible to even more riders. The lowered profile has been achieved through a redesigned seat and reduced suspension travel. This change gives the motorcycle a seat height of 30.9 to 31.7 inches (785 to 805 mm) which is 2 inches (52 mm) lower compared to the standard model.With an electronically adjustable screen, hand guards, heated grips and cruise control as standard the Tiger Explorer XRx Low gives you more of what you want from an adventure bike.
2002 TRIUMPH Tiger, This is a 2002 Triumph Tiger with unknown miles. This motorcycle is being sold with a salvage title. It is being sold as-is. Damage includes, but may not be limited to: Bike has suffered extensive damage and is being sold mainly for parts.WorldWide Shipping is available on single Units as well as Container Loads…. Call or E-MAIL us at Motorcycle Sports 50115 Hwy 21 Munford, AL 36268 256-831-6495 . We look over each unit to note damage and strive to give you the most accurate description possible! Please look closely at all of the pictures and feel free to E-MAIL any question to one of the
2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer Standard, 2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer The Tiger Explorer brings a whole new level of performance and specification to the adventure touring sector. The thoroughly modern powerplant utilises a new ride-by-wire electronic throttle system, allowing Triumph engineers to endow the Tiger Explorer with a number of high-tech rider aids for added rider safety and comfort. Cruise control, traction control and ABS are all standard fitment on the Tiger Explorer. A tough shaft drive system has been developed for the Tiger Explorer, allowing virtually maintenance free touring, and the latest Triumph has been designed to go 10,000 miles between servicing ideal for those long distance adventures. Triumph s reputation for delivering best-in-class handling continues with the Tiger Explorer, which offers a combination of excellent low-speed balance and composed high speed capability. The strong tubular steel trellis frame bears a strong visual resemblance to other models in the Triumph family, while the single-sided rear swingarm showcases the 17 10-spoke rear wheel. Adjustable 46mm front forks allow the rider to tailor the Tiger Explorer to their individual needs and riding conditions, with the long-travel suspension and 19 front wheel giving the Tiger Explorer the capability to cope with unpaved roads. All-new instrumentation and switchgear is both comprehensive and intuitive. The LCD instrument pack is thumb operated via switches on the handlebars and features a comprehensive onboard computer, including an ambient air temperature indicator with ice warning. The instrumentation also comes pre-configured for Triumph s tyre pressure monitoring system, available as an optional accessory. A comprehensive range of accessories is headlined by high quality luggage developed especially for the Tiger Explorer. The two-box pannier system provides 60 litres of luggage space, while the top box offers a further 35 litres of capacity, enough for a full-face helmet. Features Engine Powered by an all-new 1215cc three-cylinder engine producing a class-leading 137Ps with 121Nm of torque for effortless overtaking combined with an exciting top end growl, the Tiger Explorer sports a high-specification that will see it set a new benchmark in the adventure touring class. Rider Aids Electronic cruise control, traction control and switchable ABS brakes give Explorer riders peace of mind, and come as standard equipment. Chassis Tough steel chassis and adjustable sturdy 46mm forks have been designed to cope with the worst that the conditions can throw at it, while 19 front wheel offers excellent on road agility and handling characteristics. Ergonomics Designed to offe
2007 is a big year for Tiger fans with the release of the brand new Triumph Tiger 1050, a major evolutionary step in the model’s history. While its sharp lines and performance spec make the Tiger’s sporting credentials clear from a glance, its stunning looks hide a practical streak: Take a Tiger two-up touring way off into the wilds and you’ve got a bike that comfortably devours miles of tarmac. The relaxed riding position, spacious seat, supple suspension and tractable torquey engine guarantee you arrive fresh at the end of the longest day. Next, ditch the bags, go it alone and head for a bit of fun at strange angles. Tucked into a brilliantly balanced chassis, the Tiger’s potent engine delivers power and ear to ear grins. Then it’s back to the city where the Tiger slinks through snarled up traffic and the sleek lines look sharp as a knife. Here the commanding view really comes into its own, giving the rider the jump on everyone, while the wide bars make tight maneuvers child’s play. Soft luggage holds the day’s essentials. At the new Tiger’s heart is the amazing 1,050 cc, fuel-injected, three-cylinder engine. This motor, known for its addictive character, has plenty of torque and impressive amounts of horsepower, with ample reserves of both for those two-up fully laden tours. Peak power of 114 bhp is delivered at 9,400 rpm, with 74 ft. lbs. of torque at 6,250 rpm. It has all the all-round practicality and comfort of the old Tiger – a broad, supportive seat for rider and pillion, relaxed ergonomics and efficient half fairing and screen – but also a composure and sporting ability that few, if any, will be able to match. The twin-spar aluminum frame housing the 1,050 cc engine is new as is the braced aluminum swingarm. New too are the cast aluminum wheels, both are now 17-inches allowing a wider choice of tires; the front tire’s a 120/70 ZR17, the rear a 180/55 ZR17. The 43 mm upside down fully adjustable forks and remote spring preload and rebound damping adjustable rear shock provide an almost magic carpet-like ride over the most varied of surfaces, from the roughest tarmac to the smoothest blacktop asphalt. Twin four-piston radial calipers bite 320 mm front discs, the rear 255 mm disc uses a single twin-piston caliper. The Tiger’s seat height is a manageable 835 mm (32.9-inch), matched to a dry weight of 416-pounds. Fuel capacity is 5.2 gallons, giving an excellent touring range. Supremely comfortable, two-up tourer; sporty solo funster or sleek, stylish city bike: There are very few genuine all-round motorcycles in existence – the Tiger is most certainly one of them. Find out for yourself by test riding one at your local Triumph dealership.
2015 TRIUMPH ROCKET III TOURING, This 2015 TRIUMPH ROCKET III TOURING ROCKET III TOURING features a 140ci V-TWIN 2294cc cyl engine. The vehicle is Black with a Not Specified interior. It is offered with the remaining factory warranty. - 2015 TRIUMPH ROCKET III TOURING BLACK FEATURES AND ACCESSORIES: 140ci V-TWIN 2294cc BACK REST LUGGAGE RACK ENGINE GUARDS LUGGAGE GUARDS 285 MILES 888-933-7674 - This TRIUMPH is in Excellent overall exterior condition - -
Pembroke Pines, Florida
1970 Triumph Tr6c , SUPER NICE TR6 I HAVE MANY BIKES FOR SALE ARIEL SQUARE FOUR A SIMPLEX AND A NORTON DOMI WITH FEATHER BED FRAME CALL 954-804-3912 CALL $9,500.00
1970 Triumph Tr6c , ONE OF THE FINEST TR6C MOTORCYCLES YOU WILL FIND. LOADED WITH EXTRAS, LOW MILEAGE SINCE RESTORATION, STAINLESS SPOKES, 5 SPEED TRANSMISSION, TACHOMETER. 1970 WAS THE MOST ADVANCED AND BEST YEAR OF THE CLASSICS. THE TRANSMISSION WAS HEAVY DUTY BECAUSE THEY WENT TO THE TRIDENT GEARS THAT YEAR, THE SWING ARM AND CROSS MEMBER WAS HEAVIER DUTY THAN PREVIOUS MODELS, THEY WENT TO A LARGE CRANKCASE BREATHER WHICH RELIEVED PRESSURE AND OIL LEAKS. THE M/C HAS NEVER LEAKED ANY OIL SINCE I HAVE OWNED IT AND IT WAS RESTORED APPROXIMATELY 6 YEARS AGO. THANKS FOR LOOKING ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL BRIAN AT 386-738-5113. $9,999.00
Category Sport Touring Motorcycles
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You are bidding on a meticulously maintained Triumph TR6C. This bike has matching numbers and is 100% original with the exception of a 67 taillight and grey top 67 seat. The petrol tank, side cover and oil tank were flawlessly painted by Don Hutchinson The original seat and 68 taillight are available in separate auctions that I will list later. The Tach and Speedo have been fully reconditioned. The bike has also been retrofitted with a 5 speed gearbox, 21 tooth front sprocket and heavy duty clutch from a later bike. I do not have the original gearbox. The AMAL 930 is new and has the stay up float upgrade. Other upgrades include 6 volt coils and a Boyer Electronic ignition to replace the problematic point style ignition. The bike has a 12 volt system but the 6 volt coils work better with the Boyer. Everyone says they have a leak free unit triumph. I have owned over ten bikes, unit and pre-unit and I can say they must have a black driveway. All early Triumphs leak especially if you don't ride them regularly. By early, I mean pre 1970. That said, this one leaks very little, none from the breather and one small drop after long rides. The engine was rebuilt by the prior owner and runs perfectly. The gearbox has no issues and shift smoothly. I do not hesitate to take this bike on all day rides. Contact me at 916-743-9475 if you have any questions on this bike. I currently own 5 early Triumphs and need to thin my heard a bit. Good Luck bidding. This is truly a great bike and will not disappoint. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
Essex Junction, Vermont
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This is a repost as a Buy It Now. A buyer from NH ended up bailing on us. This is a neat write up about a special bike. ***************************************************************************** For you Classic Bike fans in general, and vintage Triumph enthusiasts in particular, my partner Nick is parting with his one-owner TR6 S/C. This is a quintessential 650 Triumph in desert sled guise as a "Sport" / "Competition". These are rare bikes - yes, more rare than a Bonnie. The story of how he put this bike together out of a crate while working at a local Triumph dealer in the 60's and the journey they have both been on since then is worth the read. Nick and I own The Classic Bike Experience here in Essex, VT, and he is the Triumph subject matter expert in our group. A bad back and a desire to see the bike used has led him to the decision to part with it. Only to a good home folks. If you can't appreciate what you are looking at, then best to find something else. The bike will be listed on eBay shortly, so if you are keen to check it out, call or better yet, drop by the shop and see it for yourself. Jack **************************************************************************** 1965 Triumph TR6S/C Vin # DU19654 Owners statementJuly 6, 2015 I bought this motorcycle in late Fall of 1964. I was working as a Toolmaker's Apprentice for General Electric and the Toolmaker I was working under was Frank Pelkey, the owner of Frank's Motorcycle Sales in Essex Center VT. He offered me a job nights and weekends assembling motorcycles from the crates and "commissioning" them. When this model was announced, only (2) units were allocated to new England and I spoke up for one of them. I had become partial to the TR6's as they were less finicky about carb settings and not significantly different in output power. The bike was originally fitted with a single speedometer by VDO, center mounted above the headlight. This unit was prone to collecting water and becoming hard to turn to the point that the cable would break after several years. I replaced the cable regularly and had the speedo rebuilt by VDO twice. As a result, the total mileage became very unclear. Several times I would run the bike for a month or two without the speedo , as I was on a limited budget. (who has extra money when they are 20 years old?) In the summer of 1965 I rode it every day rain or shine as it was my only transportation and my girlfriend at the time had taken a job in Hartford CT after graduating from college, so my routine became simple; ride back and forth to work every day, 4;30 Friday night, hammer down the road from Burlington to Hartford and hammer back Sunday afternoon. Lots of miles, never a break-down on the road. I was very faithful to the oil change routine, 1000 miles or less between changes used Quaker State exclusively, bought it by the case. I also did motor work while at Frank's and saw first-hand what happened to engines that didn't get regular oil changes. I couldn't afford new parts so I was very careful to not need them. One weekend I didn't go to Hartford as the dragstrip in Milton VT having a "run what you brung" event that I couldn't resist. I managed to match Cycle World's road test results exactly with an ET of 15.88 @ 88mph through the Â¼ mile. This was the only time I dragged it against the timer, all other contests were impromptu and based on circumstance.. I will say that a properly tuned TR6 will whip ass on a poorly tuned Bonneville everytime. Timing settings and technique on 4CA points plate bikesare true separators of skilled mechanics from hackers. The later points plates with individually adjustable and timeable points are much to be desired if points are your thing. I got married to my girlfriend in 1966, so the long rides came to an end and I also had access to a car now and then so the bike became a little less used but still regularly ridden to work and on weekends. In 1967, BSA came out with the 650 vertical twins in a grey painted frame. I thought this was the greatest look in motorcycles so I blew my bike apart one lost weekend and painted everything on it that was black a lovely Kelly green courtesy of Rustoleum spray cans. One of the dumber things I did while in my 20's, but certainly not the only one. (Getting married ranks right up there) Being Dinks during the mid 60's led to a lot of different activities not all of which resulted in the motorcycle being the center of my world. I rode on a bob sled team one winter, (1966 I think) and rode over on the bike in the spring to Mt. Van Hoevenberg to show my wife the bobsled run when it wasn't quite so cold. During that ride I was shoved off the access road by a station wagon intent on using the whole road . The resulting dump in the ditch bent the handlebars slightly and scraped the rim of the headlight. The bars have been replaced but the headlight ring still shows the scar from that episode. 1967 became a year of change for me and the bike. The Vietnam War was going strong and my graduation from the GE Toolmakers Apprentice program meant my draft exemption was up for review. Once I was re-classified, the handwriting was "Writ Large" on my wall, so I enlisted 24 hours before I was drafted in to the US Army. A very good friend agreed to keep the bike for me and ride it regularly while I was in service to my uncle and he was as anal a person as I was about oil changes and maintenance, so I felt it was in good hands. This proved to be the case as I returned 2 years, 11 months and 22 days later to a motorcycle running as good as I had left it and undamaged by its time in another shed. In 1970, I rode it regularly back to work and anywhere that my interests lay including Sunday morning breakfast rides by the local BMW contingent. No discrimination, any two wheeled vehicle was welcomed. 1971 was the year I began serious dirt riding, Suzuki 185's then Cam Am 175's, so the Triumph took a back seat to those interests, although I did brush-bash the Crown Point Military Road for about 30 miles before realizing it wasn't the desert and a 'Western desert sled" wasn't a good "Northeast Stump Jumper" This was the year that the Dunlop Trials Universals went away in favor of K70's and then a K81 for the rear. Replacing the stock sidecar gearing setup with one tooth higher countershaft sprocket pushed the TR6 into highway only territory from then on. Riding it regularly until 1977 when the world fell apart, getting divorced and selling almost everything I owned of value. At that time British motorcycles were relatively worthless due to the Japanese takeover of the motorcycle world. I couldn't get $300 for it. I was determined not to give it away, so I used my military training and preserved it with cosmoline and other materials to ensure it would endure many years in storage without serious detrimental effect. Moving into skuzzy apartments and having little cash for any pursuits other than life support led to a long dry spell in motorcycling. That spell ended in 2009 when I entered into a Classic Bike Cooperative, the forerunner of the Classic Bike Experience. I started restoration and re-commissioning the TR6 in 2009, letting it slide while starting up the business end of CBE and finished the restoration in 2014. It is now complete and needs completion of the initial break-in period, having been run about 65 miles in test and fettling. Details of engine rebuild: New rings, valves, guides, intake seals added, cylinder honed for new rings, taper =.0005 or less. Bore is standard. Cam reground by WEBCAM, lifters refaced. 6CA points plate fitted. (4CA available) New shell bearings, new ball and roller mains. Sludge trap cleaned. Gearbox; This is the W/R option (Wide Ratio) All new ball and needle bearings and thrust rings. New correct ratio speedometer drive gears. (Sidecar gears originally fitted available) Chassis and Body: New paint by Bob Myers Cycle Colors, Burnished Gold with White with the correct pin striping. New control cables and speedo cable. New rubbers on footpegs, K/S & gearshifter. New chain and sprockets. The bike has all original parts either on it or in boxes waiting to be re-used by a future owner. List of changes from original condition" Visible: Dunlop K70 & K81 tires in lieu of Trials Universal. Stainless rims replaced the rusted Dunlop items. Folding foot-pegs, an option added in 1967. (originals available) Later model (1966) rear brake drum with bolt-on sprocket Weber oil rocker feed manifold LED taillight (6V) Pillion peg extensions Single Smiths Speedometer fitted (original VDO and bracket available) Battery tender lead Invisible: Battery cut-off switch added under seat with removable key Spin-on type oil filter added in return line, located above center stand behind engine. Speedo drive gears to match sprocket configuration (originals available) Engine has "lightened" cam drive gears per John Healy design. (originals available) Engine is internally updated to latest ball and roller crankshaft mains and location scheme Engine is prepared internally for Jay Straits venting scheme. Forward mount area is drilled for venting and drainback and filled with stainless steel mesh pack for baffling. External vent location is not drilled. Comment: Purists may say that the all black seat is not original, but it is and was fitted from the crate by me. The seat has not been re-covered. One of my conditions of purchase was that no one except me uncrated it and did the assembly. Also the small tail-light was fitted originally as the larger "bullet" style was being introduced in 1965 on the Bonnevilles, The TR6's were the "poor relations" as far as production priority was concerned as the Bonneville was the star seller. The headlight brackets do not look correct, as the holes in them were added in the late 60's to accommodate a set of Honda directional lights, long since scrapped. Nick Woodbury Owner.
Trim TR6S C
1970 Triumph Tr6c , Here is your chance to own one of the coolest triumph bobbers around. Bobbers are ALL about stance, and the stance of this one is beyond beautiful. This is one of those bikes that has timeless attraction and it has been rebuilt from top to bottom. Engine overhaul done professionally, New amal carb, new cables, new clutch, new throttle, new controls tons of other new parts, tons of custom parts, new paint, etc etc... Serious buyers can contact me at 775-742-8807, text preferred, if you do not text feel free to call, If I do not answer leave a message and I will call back. $12,500.00
1970 Triumph Tr6c , ONE OF THE FINEST TRIUMPH TROPHY 650'S YOU WILL FIND. LOADED WITH EXTRAS STAINLESS STEEL SPOKES, 5 SPEED AND A TACHOMETER. WAS RESTORED 2,129 MILES AGO. LAST YEAR OF THE CLASSIC TRIUMPH WITH THE DRY FRAME AND MANY UPGRADES IN 1970. A FEW ARE LARGE CRANK CASE BREATHER TUBE CUTTING DOWN ON OIL LEAKS. HEAVIER CRANKSHAFT AND CROSS MEMBER AND SWING ARM. IN 1970 THEY WENT TO THE HEAVY DUTY TRIDENT TRANSMISSION GEARS. NUMBERS MATCHING. FLORIDA TITLE IN MY NAME. BRIAN 386-738-5114 DAYTONA BEACH $10,500.00 3867385113
1970 Triumph Tr6c , I HAVE THE 1970 TR6 FOR SALE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND A ONE TIME START BIKE. BOYER ELECTRONIC IGNITION, 5 SPEED TRANS, BONNEVILLE HEAD W/ TWIN AMAL CARBS, NEW TIRES AND PAINT, NUMBERS MATCH, STARTS FIRST KICK, RUNS GREAT, LOW MILES 7276 SINCE REBUILD. $5,000.00
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1970 Triumph Tr6c , this is a drag bike laydown chassie set-up for PRO STREET has rear plus stock location foot pegs ,shift and brake pedal bike has air shift and on-board compressor, my special duel forward mount sidedraft carb. kits this is all new never raced ready for riding or racing visit our web site to see we know how to build bikes at more pics if you need them by email $8,200.00 2487019146