People who take motorcycles seriously can be divided into two groups. The enthusiasts and the experts. Most riders fall into the category of enthusiasts. They love motorcycles. They're knowledgeable about machines and they're usually good riders. The expert is something more. Something special. Through his experience he has learned the diference between a good motorcycle and a great one. He can feel even subtle differences in handling that the average enthusiast wouldn't notice. To the espert, these subtle differences make all the difference in the world. For over 70 years, we've made motorcycles for that one man in the crowd who really knows. And in 1973 we make the even better. We make the Triumph.
2-Page Triumph ad showing: Hurricane X75 (TRX75), Trident 750 (T150V), Bonneville 750 (T140V), Tiger 750 (TR7RV), Daytona (T100R), Trophy Trail (TR5T) - Because only a few can be considered experts.
This vintage Triumph 2-Page Ad available here: http://goo.gl/NSbvbZ
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