Triumph T100 in Movies
The Triumph T100 is a twin, four-stroke classic motorcycle produced between 2002 and 2003.
The engine was a air cooled twin, four-stroke. A 86.0 x 68.0 mm (3.4 x 2.7 inches) stroke result in a displacement of just 790.00 ccm (48.21 cubic inches). The engine features a 9.2:1 compression ratio. Fuel was supplied via a double overhead cams/twin cam (dohc).
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.
It came with a 100/90-r 19 front tire and a 130/80-r 17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc in the front and a single disc in the rear. The T100 is fitted with a 16.00 litres (4.23 gallons) fuel tank. The bike weighs just 205.0 kg (451.9 pounds). The wheelbase is 1,493 mm (58.8 inches) long.
iCarly EP: 6.13
looking, searching the dead point? I could probably add some earlier pictures, but the cast called it a "1964 Sterling." Dan Schneider himself said it was a Triumph. http://danwarp.blogspot.com/2012/11/fun-facts-icarly-says-igoodbye.html Triumph peut-être, mais récente. Second image from the show's official website: http://www.icarly.com/assets/1/image/2012/11/20/70763_299730752.jpg I could still snag some from the episode itself. UPDATE: But for now, here's a gif file from a fansite: http://icarly.wikia.com/wiki/File:Tumblr_me06rgbizy1qesmejo2_500.gif Here's some extra shots. That taillight casing mounted over the fender might give you some clues, but the gas tank insignia is 100% fake;
Fairly contemporary Bonneville: Link to "1.bp.blogspot.com"
Sam & Cat EP: 1.01
Used throughout the series. The same bike used in the last episode of "iCarly" and called the "1964 Sterling." I blew this one. I should've taken a shot of Jennette just taking her helmet off and whipping her hair around all sexy-like.
Diamonds Are Forever
Dark night scene, so it is not certain. It's vertical twin but cylinder seems shorter than 650cc, and seems single carburator. I'll say Triumph Tiger100. Same pictures with contrast corrected: That's a little better Oh, clear view! More smaller than think before and have a little flat seat. Then I'll change my mind. Triumph Tiger 90 (1963-69 350cc twin) The only way to be exactly certain of the year is to see the colour of the tank. I don't think we can see enough of this bike to be certain if it is a 350 T90 or a 500 T100 - they are the same size bike. The 'eyebrow' tank badge suggests no earlier than 1966. The T90 finished in 1968. The tank appears to be one colour so I think it is 1969 which makes it a T100.
This scene is supposed to be in south Africa, but in reality it was filmed in the Nevada desert.
It is the smaller - 500cc - model with twin carbs so is a Daytona for the US market. The tank has been customised - different paint and badges and knee pads removed. Date is 1966-67.
La leçon particulière
Triumph Triumph T100 ? k don't know bout the bike, but that is of secundary interest to me anyway, the cars however: Obviously a Lamborghini Muira, with parked next to it a peugeot 204 or 304 convertible, I'll have to check which of the two it is, next to that we have a Peugeot 403, and behind the lambo we see a renault 16 The 204/304 is listed as a 204: /vehicle_85077-Peugeot-204-Cabriolet-1968.html
yeah, that's what i get from the books aswell
According to IMDb trivia: "The motorcycles used by the "death squad" cops through most of the movie are Moto Guzzi Eldorado police bikes. However, Triumph 500cc T100 Tiger motorcycles were used during the scenes on the aircraft carrier at the end. These would have been favoured by the stunt riders as they are lighter and easier to handle than the Moto Guzzis."
there also a bunch of thes harley davidson servi-cars throughout the movie
Bravo à celui qui identifiera la moto I start with a Triumph (exhaust pipes)
Triumph T100, T110 ?
Triumph et BSA
The Triumph in the middle could be a T100 from about 1967-'68. The BSA A65 or A50 on the right is a mid-1960s model with early 1970s front forks.
Smash-Up on Interstate 5
looks more Triumph than HD T 120 or T 140
looks like a Triumph T100 or T120 from around 1965 with a customised front fork
Hell's Angels '69
A première vue une TR6 Trophy (voir l'explication sur la photo suivante)
Nope. T100. Trophies came in Crimson-White. Giveaway is also the barrel shape and the smaller siamesed exhaust
The Vampire Diaries EP: 4.16+
Bonneville T100 '110TH Annivesary of Triumph' special edition paint scheme
CSI: Miami EP: 4.17
Triumph Bonneville T100 (2005- by color) *same color '05 model http://www.motorbike-search-engine.co.uk/2005_bike_pics/BONNEVILLET100.jpg
Bonneville? Edit: Actually, I think I found it. It's a 2003 Bonneville T100. http://motorcycle-specs.com/general/Triumph-Bonneville_T100-2003.jpg
Village of the Damned
triumph on the right (..not too sure about the left.!) And Triumph on the left too! Letf: Post-warII Speed Twin. Right: Bonneville 650... On identifie pour celle de gauche (et pourquoi pas créer une image pour celle de droite?) Je rectifie pour celle de gauche: c'est une T 100 500 cm3 de 1947 (déco réservoir, forme phare, garde-boue avant, etc...) tank badge on right say pre 1957 so how on earth could it be a bonneville??
JYR 483 was July 48 to Oct 49 "allocated in blocks".
- T 100