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Triumph Trophy 650



One of the all time favorite dual bikes was the 500cc Triumph Scrambler, designation T100C. every bit like a scaled-down 650 the 500cc bike shared few with the larger machines, and was at the new rider. This is the unitized (transmission and crankcase in one unit) vs. the T100 that came out in

1967 T100C with pipes

The unit (vs. T-100A Trophy was introduced in a mild 500cc bike made the step up from a or 125 easy, since the expense, and power of a full sized 650 be too much for a new rider to handle. the scales at just over 340 the T100’s were much and nimbler than the big 650’s, and in situations, like tight or a short scrambles track, the 500 to be just as fast.

1967 T100-C, notice monobloc Amal.

The pre-unit made its name in flat competition, racing against flat head Harleys, the formula back then was overhead valve vs. the 750cc head. And the 500cc Trophy err..a little more than its bigger brothers, Triumph to sell every 500 it Many were modified to the edge, race only, but the price in reliability on the track, the 500cc duties to the big singles the Matchless and BSA, that to accept horsepower extraction than the 500 twin did, blowing up, and scattering engine across the infield.

1969 T100-C. Note Concentric carb. stronger

The T100 also made a machine for enduro competition, a flat torque curve, and light weight, it won many in Six Day Trails competition. It also was to some success in Eastern riding in the United States, being modified with frames and Westlake hop-up to keep up with the two …

Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650

But when left stock, a 500cc motorcycle couldn’t be The bikes started easy, the electrics seemed to last than the 650’s (less maybe). The 500 employed the classic firing order, where the rose and fell at the same and fired on opposite strokes, one after the other.

Motor internals, while copied the modified Edward design faithfully. The unit was compact, and some say better than the 650 was. The 500 twin is a sought after Triumph in vintage bike scene.


The street version twin monobloc amals, the street scrambler and dual c model using one 34mm Monobloc. The 500 didn’t get modern until 1969, when the changed to the Trophy TR5T, and it got one slide breaking Amal (with the competition light-weight float bowl).

A few were produced in 1974, but the implosion of the British motorcycle in 1975, the sweet little 500 twin was left to the history Another end to a fine machine.

TR5T Trophy. The last I’ll take mine on the please.

Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650
Triumph Trophy 650

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