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The 1971 Triumph TR6 saw the introduction of the new oil-bearing frame & all new cycle gear. This photo is of a '71 TR6 Tiger. The TR6 had a single carburetor while the Bonneville had two. ABOVE: Everything was all-new on the '71 TR6 and Bonneville, except the engine. The new oil-bearing frame was all-welded, which yielded a much lighter.

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The Triumph is in its original post-race condition, including all the scratches it acquired during the 1962 ISDT and patina. The bike was offered with just 4,800 miles on the odometer at the Bonhams Spring Sale on April 27-28 at the Staffordshire County Showgrounds in Stafford, England. Pre-auction estimates predicted it would sell for between.

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In 1956, Triumph launched the TR6 Trophy, a lean and mean street-legal scrambler developed with an eye toward a US market hot for desert racers. The 42-hp 650cc parallel-twin featured Triumph's new aluminum alloy "Delta Head," as well as several details that appealed to weekend racers:

1960 Triumph TR6 Trophy The Iconic Desert Sled

The fact that by the late Sixties Triumph was no longer the bike to ride in competitive offroad events was only one symptom of a general malaise. In the flesh. This TR6C was built in 1967 before the rot really started to set in. Scott says that the '67 was the last competition-oriented TR6C. "Later bikes were posers and street scramblers."

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The individual 1969 Triumph Tiger models were the standard TR6, TR6R roadster, TR6C street scrambler with high pipes & the TR6P for Police work. Engine & Frame Numbers ran from DU87124 to DU88524, built from July 29, 1968 to August 14, 1968; then NC02352 to HC2434, built from October 26, 1968 to July 15, 1969.

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The Triumph TR6 Trophy, otherwise known as the "Desert Sled" is perhaps best remembered as the bike Steve McQueen used in "The Great Escape" - albeit a TR6 that had been camouflaged to look a little more German.

1960 Triumph TR6 Trophy The Iconic Desert Sled

And then there is the good workmanship, and the wide availability of parts and service — which are considerations of some importance. Finally, there is the fact that the Triumph, especially this single-carburetor 40-incher, is one of the most pleasant of motorcycles to ride all day, every day. TRIUMPH. TR-6 SR. $1,169.00.

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The 1959 Triumph TR6 Trophy motorcycle was designed to be a desert racer, but I works well on the street too. Photo by Roland Brown. 1959 Triumph TR6 Trophy. Years produced: 1956-1973. Total production: N/A. Claimed power: 42hp @ 6,500rpm. Top speed: 110mph (approx.) Engine type: 649cc overhead valve, air-cooled parallel twin.

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1960 Triumph TR6. 1960 is the first year when Triumph TR6's received -"A" or -"B" suffixes. The TR6A became the Roadster with low pipes, and the TR6B retained its former identity as a dirt bike/desert racer/enduro/street scrambler with high pipes. 1960 Triumph TR6 engine & frame numbers came in two batches: the first being 029364 to.

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1963 Triumph TR6 1963 TRIUMPH TR6 BY THE NUMBERS The only model for 1963 was the Triumph TR6 S/S (Street Scrambler). Engine numbers ran from DU102 to DU5790 with build dates running from Sept. 29, 1962 to August 14, 1963. UNIT CONSTRUCTION FINALLY HITS THE 650s Unit Construction, all the rage in the late 1950s when most British Motorcycles were of a non-unit design, was sweeping the industry.

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Enlargement of the brakes. The TR6 was fitted with a Lucas Red Label Competition Magneto in 1957. Triumph would add their logo to the gas tank. Now the bike more noticable to the spectator, it was unfortunate that the TR6 would be involved in a fatal accident at the 1960 Big Bear Run where legendary Triumph designer Edward Turner would personally witness a frame failure and immediately set.

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The TR6SR was basically a standard 1966 Triumph TR6 but with raised handlbars & a smaller capacity fuel tank. The prices new were around $1,200 USD. ENGINE MODS Shorter "Red Spot" valve springs were installed with thicker bottom cups to ensure better valve control with less spring surge.

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The TR6 Trophy is a motorcycle that was made by Triumph, in Meriden, from 1956 to 1973, when it was replaced by the five-speed 750-cc Triumph Tiger TR7V. [clarification needed] During this time, it was a successful model, particularly in the US.