Triumph Tiger 100 in Movies
The Triumph Tiger 100 is a twin, four-stroke classic motorcycle produced between 1970 and 1970. It could reach a top speed of 150.0 km/h (93.2 mph)
The engine was a air cooled twin, four-stroke. A 69.0 x 65.5 mm (2.7 x 2.6 inches) stroke result in a displacement of just 490.00 ccm (29.90 cubic inches). The engine features a 9.0:1 compression ratio. Fuel was supplied via a overhead valves (ohv).
The bike has a 4-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.
It came with a 3.25-18 front tire and a 3.50-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via expanding brake in the front and a expanding brake in the rear. The Tiger 100 is fitted with a 13.50 litres (3.57 gallons) fuel tank.
Triumph of 1950-54. (front section is changed to newer one) ...If this silver color is original, it's Tiger 100... and this "le bruit " is same one for me. /vehicle_82309-Unknown.html
I'm Not There
Meridan era Triumph
It's supposed to be a '64 T 100 SS, assuming this is Dylan's legendary crash.
Angels Hard as They Come
Deuxième Yomphe... seulement Triumph affront Harley? Sieht so aus...
The small finned alloy barrels say the engine is a 1950s era Tiger 100.
Pre-unit triumph, size? What about the cafe racer behind it? No 91? That humped seat is late 60's BSA, can't see enough to tell more. Small Triumph twin - Tiger 100.
Véhicule "d'arrière-plan" ... au premier plan (Je sais elle est facile) A classic one or a modern one? With Triumph hard to tell, I think modern. No it's a proper Triumph, not one of the modern Thaiumphs. A Bonneville, I assume? Can't tell exactly except to say it's a unit construction motor (63->) and the tank badges are 69->
This is the smaller C series bike (the 500) - the short gearbox etc is a clue - as is the small front brake. The rear shock suggest earlier than '69. I think it is a Tiger 100 from the period 1966-68.