Triumph TR 6 Trophy in Movies
The engine was a Air cooled cooled Four stroke, parallel twin. A 71 x 82 mm stroke result in a displacement of just 649 cc / 39.6 cu in. The engine features a 8.5:1 (US and export) / 7.0:1 (UK) compression ratio.
It came with a 3.25 x 19 Dunlop front tire and a 4.00 x 18 Dunlop rear tire. Stopping was achieved via 178 mm / 7" SLS drum in the front and a 178 mm / 7" SLS drum in the rear. The front suspension was a Telescopic fork, hydraulic damping while the rear was equiped with a Swing arm, 2 x Girling dampers The TR 6 Trophy is fitted with a US: 13.6 L / 3.6 US gal / 3 Imp gal / UK and export: 18 L / 4.8 US gal / 4 Imp gal fuel tank. The bike weighs just 166 kg / 365 lbs. The wheelbase is 1397 mm / 55 in long.
Carry on at Your Convenience
Triumph Triumph 650: www.jwoodandcompany.com/2003/lots/1968triumph650.JPG T 120 Bonneville The tank badge tells us that this bike is 1966 or later and the fact that the ignition switch is on the headlight ear and the colour tells us it is a 1968 TR6 Trophy.
F suffix is for the period 1/8/1967 to 31/7/1968, that that dating seems right.
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
Bike is described as an "English Triumph". Other view: /vehicle.php?id=24491 Added new 103 toppings ...May be US export model of Triumph Bonneville around 1970, but I think it's CG Even if the scene is obiously computer-generated, the bike looks like the photo of a real one (as a guy is on it, cf link in my previous message) I didn't imagined that it was a paper animation.
That shape of tail light first appeared in 1965. This bike, with the blue stripe on a painted white fender is a 1966 TR6 Trophy.
Shamisen to ootobai
With rather hideous auto adjust colors and sharpening: Notice what seems to be a 2-in-1 exhaust. It must be a Triumph. Probably a 6T Thunderbird, with a "scrambler touch". Correction: it is a Triumph. Still searching for the model, though. I'm now almost sure it's a Triumph TR6 Trophy. Still looking for the date and the sub-type. A TR6/B Trophy, very likely
Triumph is sure. TR6/B Trophy is probable.
Un Martien à Paris
Gardien de la paix motocycliste sur Triumph Link to "www.prefecturedepolice.interieur.gouv.fr" Trophy TR6 Prefecture de Paris emploit avant 1957 http://cybermotorcycle.com/gallery/triumph-1957/Triumph-1957-04.htm
escort de Maires de Paris
Doctor Who EP: 8.23
Used by Mike Yates to chase the helicopter in Ep. 3 of "The Dæmons." The Doctor also uses it to go and meet with the Brigadier. License plate is BUC 52H. The vehicle details for BUC 52H are: Date of Liability 01 10 1988 Date of First Registration 26 02 1970 Year of Manufacture Not Available Cylinder Capacity (cc) 650cc Fuel Type PETROL Export Marker N Vehicle Status Unlicensed Vehicle Colour NOT STATED
TR6 Trophy I think.
Boon EP: 2.01
It has only a single carb so is a Trophy TR6. The color means it is 1969.
George Gently: Gently Go Man
650 twin from the '60s - could be a Bonneville.
Trophy TR6 '66- by tank badge (Air cleaner is very close to side cover due to long intake manifold) *Single carburetor model (sorry, picture is scrambler) *twin carburetor model
Funny Car Summer
Triumph Trophy TR6(probably SC model), unfortunately it's impossible for me see from which year.
The Mini-Skirt Mob
A Trophy TR6 - not sure of the date yet. The other green Triumph in this pic is a 500.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. EP: 2.09
Rather BSA than Triumph? Sidepanels look like Triumph .
confirm, Triumph we could see the push rod tunel in front of the barrel
No Blade of Grass
Is that a G plate? Year? Looks like a Triumph TR6 Trophy.
YFM xxxG series plates were genuine issues Oct 68 - Jan 69.
Fumo di Londra
Not a Bonneville as it is the wrong colour. It is a 1964 Trophy TR6 http://www.aceclassics.co.uk/restoration
Where the hell are Jun and Jplemoine when you need them??!! Maybe they sleep, you just added that one Don'y know anything about bikes, but there seems to be quite obvious a Triumph logo on the tank... It is a unit construction twin from the sixties but it has had struts put in place of the rear suspension units to make it a 'hard tail'. Looks to have only a single carb so is not a Bonneville. Maybe a Tiger 650? Good morning (I'm back home now ) Based on '69- Bonneville T120. 'Hard tail' as nzcarnerd says and front section is older leading/trailing drum brake. http://www.mrmini.com/minis_4sale/bikes/bonny%202_l.jpg
As I said first time round it has a single carb so is not a Bonneville. The front end is from an earlier model - no later than 1967 and the motor doesn't have the exhaust crossovers so is no later than 1968 but the tank badge suggests 1969. It probably started out as a 1967 TR6.
Man in a Suitcase EP: 11
Suivie comme son ombre par une BSA. Off the road since 1982. Vehicle Registration Mark JKX960C Make TRIUMPH Fuel type PETROL Body Type MOTORCYCLE Colour COLOUR NOT STATED Date of Liability 01 01 1982 Date of First Registration 09 07 1965 Year of Manufacture Not Available Cylinder Capacity (cc) 750CC Vehicle Status Unlicensed Not a Bonneville but a TR6 Trophy.
My brother bought this bike in about 1968, it is definitely a Bonneville 650cc.