Happy belated Birthday Edward Turner — PNW Riders

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Happy belated Birthday Edward Turner — PNW Riders

From . Bainbridge Island, WA I Ride . 2003 Triumph Speed Four, 2004 Triumph Sprint ST Jim Thanks for reminding us of the history of the birth of motorcycling as we know it. Your knowledge of the industry is awesome, and gladly received. Your posts give me a another point of reference to expand my knowledge of the past time we all enjoy. Please drop these nuggets as they occur to you. Its appreciated by me Thank you sir See what this guy did, Holy s—. Those are some accomplishments In 1915 Edward Turner had his first ride on a motorcycle, a Light Tourist New Imperial . [edit] The Turner SpecialOn April 16, 1925 The Motor Cycle published drawings by Edward Turner of an OHC single ...

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Triumph_bonneville.html

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Triumph_bonneville.html

Triumph Bonneville Triumph Bonneville Era’s: Meriden (42 — 83) Harris (84 — 90) Hinckley 1990 onwards (scroll to Fall and Rise of Triumph for more detail) BONNEVILLE HISTORY (SCROLL DOWN) Limited Editions, One-offs and Memorabilia Click Here CELEBRITIES ON TRIUMPH BIKES Click Here Swapped Triumph 600 TT for one below. (Not a bad Birthday present at all Have wanted a Triumph Bonneville since I can remember. As an experiment (and because I want to), gonna continue diary with the History of the Triumph Bonneville. August 21 2008. Joined a few Triumph Forums. Now realise know nothing about Bonnevilles! Thanks for contributions Doug, Steve and Pete. this History is gonna ...

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BSA Fury and Triumph Bandit: The Forgotten Twins — Classic British Motorcycles…

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BSA Fury and Triumph Bandit: The Forgotten Twins — Classic British Motorcycles…

Related Content Sidecars and Dogs I like sidecars. They are unwieldy, awkward, off-centre, totally unique, and loads of fun! For years. Replace BMW Airhead Twin Pushrod Tube Seals Motorcycle Classics’ editors show you how to replace pushrod tube seals on BMW /5, /6 and /7 airhead. Found on eBay: 1968 BSA Firebird Scrambler Though this BSA sounds like it needs a little tuning to be ready for the road, it appears to be in f. Primer on Motorcycle Valve Trains Ever wonder why it matters where the camshaft on a four-… engine is located? This primer on mot. 1971 BSA Fury Claimed power: 34hp @ 9,000rpm Top speed: 100mph (est.) Engine: 349cc air-cooled DOHC 180-degree parallel twin, ...

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1971 BSA Fury — Classic Motorcycle Review — RealClassic.co.uk

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1971 BSA Fury — Classic Motorcycle Review — RealClassic.co.uk

1971 BSA Fury This prototype DOHC 350 twin dates from the days when BSA went Plum Crazy. Rowena Hoseason tells the tale of the BSA Fury (and Triumph Bandit). If you’re ever in West London with some time to spare, be sure to stop by the London Motorcycle Museum in Greenford wherein lurks one of the British industry’s interesting neverwozzas which didn’t make the leap from prototype to production — the DOHC 350cc parallel twin, aka the BSA Fury. 1971 BSA Fury Edward Turner, retired from management but still working on motorcycle designs as a freelance, initiated the Fury/Bandit project in the late 1960s. Owen Wright once commented that Turner’s Fury design was ...

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BSAJohan’s Blog

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BSAJohan’s Blog

About the blog Here you will find personal related stuff about me, motorcycles and my family and friends. Spring at last Today the 20 april 2013, was a mild and sunny day. Time to hang out the bikes in the mild breeze. Polish of some dust. Soon the all will go in for MOT, so the should be started up and tested Before that. Comments(0) //bsajohan.bsafiles.se/#post30 BSA A70 Lightning in original appearance Now is my BSA A70 Lightning back on the road again. The appearnce of the maschine is now original with the small petrol tank and the correct colour scheme. It feels good to slowly get the bike back in original condition down to detail. It is now ready and should not be ashamed at ...

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Triumph Bandit — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Triumph Bandit — Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Description [ edit ] Timing side of 1971 Triumph Bandit engine The only contemporary road test was by American magazine Cycle Guide in their March 1971 issue upon a visit to the Triumph and BSA factories at Meriden and Small Heath. respectively. [ 10 ] The Bandit’s petrol tank colour scheme was Cypress Green (although Cycle World identified it as Jealous Green [ 11 ] ) with white-lined black scallops above and below a metal Triumph badge with a chrome styling strip running down the top of the tank. The same paint scheme applied to the mudguards with a white-lined black stripe running down through their centre. The side panels were silver painted with black ‘tombstone’ ...

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