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Thursday, 1 March 2012

Triumph Tiger 100 Road Test, August 1951






One of the great things about these contemporary road tests, is that they weren't afraid to cane 'em! Difficult to imagine modern classic magazines giving someone's pride and joy prolonged periods of cruising between 70 and 75 mph.

2 comments:

  1. You've been posting some great stuff lately.

    I was super stoked when I saw you'd posted this road test. I had no way of knowing then a few days later I'd have the September 13, 1951 issue of Motor Cycling that was a continuation of the article you posted. Pretty cool.

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  2. Cool's the word man, I hope it's OK with you I'm going to post that, it's a natural.

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