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YearYear:1967 MileageMileage:8708
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TypeType:Classic / Vintage

Triumph Bonneville description

1967 Triumph Bonneville , 1967 Triumph Bonneville 650 cc UK Edition A unique opportunity to acquire a rare UK-spec classic. The current owner originally purchased this example in 1986 in the UK. It was restored and ridden & exhibited in various UK shows. In 1997 the owner emigrated to the US, bringing the motorcycle with him. It was then fully and professionally restored by Bill Hoard, of Midland MI in 2007 this rebuild entailed a complete strip-down of engine and cycle parts. The engine was blueprinted and balanced, frame powder-coated, tank and mudguards etc. painted and parts replaced as necessary. The engine and frame numbers match (DU66088) and all parts are authentic with one exception, electronic ignition (those familiar with Lucas 4CA contact breakers will sympathize!) The Certificate of Authenticity indicates this example was manufactured at the Meriden factory on June 6th 1967. The major differences between the UK and US spec models are - Fuel tank top parcel grid - 5 gall (US) fuel tank - No pancake carb air filters - Adjustable steering damper - 3.0 x 19 front tire - 3.5 x 19 rear tire - Painted mudguards. - Longer mufflers - Lower handlebars Factory-fitted extras - Quickly detachable rear wheel - Pillion footrests - Side stand - Fork steering lock In February 1967, the Motor Cycle magazine published a road test of this model the article is enclosed. note the front mudguard tag banned soon after! Since the recent rebuild, the Bonneville has been ridden for approx. 750 miles. The owner has come to terms with selling this valuable asset after 27 years. The valuation in 2007 was $15,000+. Offers considered. $14,999.00

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Triumph Motorcycles Arriving in India in November

Thu, 01 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

It’s a year behind schedule, but Triumph announced it will introduce its motorcycles to India by November. The British manufacturer had been gearing up for an Indian launch for over two years now, initially planning to enter the market in 2012. No reasons were given for the delay, and the sudden departure of Triumph Motorcycles India Managing Director Ashish Joshi didn’t help, but Triumph finally appears ready to start up operations in India.

Bonneville Performance Flat-Track (Video); Triumph gets back to its dirt-track roots

Tue, 07 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Last fall we attended the season finale of the AMA Pro Grand National Championship, and we were blown away with the intense level of competition. Our full report and video can be seen here. As the 2013 season is ramping up, we just got wind of a new video Triumph produced to showcase its invigorated factory dirt-track racing involvement, now with Latus Motors Racing joining up with the Bonneville Performance team we showcased in the above report.

Craig Vetter To Headline AMA Hall Of Fame Breakfast At Daytona, March 14

Mon, 13 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

AMA Hall of Fame member Craig Vetter will be the featured guest at its annual AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Breakfast at Daytona, on Friday, March 14, at 7:00 a.m., at the Daytona 500 Club on the infield at Daytona International Speedway.  “Craig Vetter’s impact is far-reaching, starting with the design of the iconic Windjammer fairings of the 1970s, continuing with motorcycle designs like the Triumph X-75 Hurricane and the limited-edition ‘Mystery Ship,’ and enduring more recently with a resurrected series of motorcycle fuel economy runs that push the boundaries of everyday streamlining,” said Jeff Heininger, chairman of the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation, which oversees the Hall of Fame. “We’re proud to host motorcycling’s design professor emeritus for this year’s Breakfast at Daytona.” Taking place during 2014 Daytona Bike Week, the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Breakfast at Daytona fundraiser will feature a live interview with Vetter on stage, an audience Q&A period and an autograph session with Vetter and other Hall of Famers in attendance. The event is open to the public, and tickets are available now at

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