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Written on: 28/12/2012 by corey247 (1 review written)
Its great to read all of your exsperiances with this old bike. My father always talked fondley of his memories of his 110 tiger back in the early sixities and I also have some great photos. I wondered if any of you may have any ideas of my fathers old bike as according to the DVLA it is still around. It is a 1959 tiger 110 Registration PDR 218. Please email any info or memories you may have to me at email@example.com Many Thanks Steve … Read Full Review
Written on: 16/06/2011 by preunittrump (1 review written)
I ride a T110. 37 years ago, I rode into Eugene, Oregon on a '69 Bonny in early summer of 1977. I ran into a cabbie who lived over the garage at his girl friend's mother's house. He was building the T110. The motor had been built by Jim Robb in Springfield, and was waiting for payment to be picked up. The rest of it was in boxes. I traded him my title for his bill of sale. He raced a couple of Sportsters with my Bonny and won the money to get the motor paid for. I spent the rest of the summer… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2011
I bought my t110 in 1962. It was the 59 model, in my opinion the best incarnation of all. It had the alloy cylinder head, full width front brake and the new chrome tank badge, coupled with the new livery of silver and black paint it was a joy to behold.
The performance was second to none, 3 of my friends had BSA road rockets and they could not get near the acceleration of the triumph. I also out accelerated a couple of bonnevilles which quite surprised me at the time.
Something I found quite… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2009
Bought my Triumph Tiger 110 1960 number SUO but forget the rest. I was in the signals and based at Blandfod camp and lived at Mere, rode it to camp every day. Lovely ride, wish i still had it i'm 76 now… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2009
Bought my Triumph Tiger 110 649 cc in 1959,stripped completely and rebuilt with race cams and high compression pistons ,put engine together very carefuly and she went like a rocket ,nothing could keep up or pass,wore out a few clutch corks in the process,used to regularly pee off a friend who had one of the latest Bonnys,enjoyed the bike a lot ,very reliable and nice to ride,as long as you kept the throttle open on bends all you got was a bit of a wiggle,happy days,I'm 65 now and own a Rover… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/03/2009 by Peter May (18 reviews written)
The Triumph Tiger 110 649 cc single carb gave good fuel economy, easy to maintain by owner-rider. Known as the single carb 'bonnie' later models had a cradle frame which greatly improved the handling. In the 60's they were often refured to as the 'instant whip' after a food prodict of the same name, due to the fact the single downtube frame used to flex when cornering. T110's could just about out perform a BSA Road Rocket in a straight line but lost it round bends, there was a lot of banter… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2009
my dad had a tiger 110..when in 1965..i was about 12yrs...it would gleam !!!!!!!! salvol autosol....cases ...you could see your face in them.....wow....he was ex welsh guards...spit and polish.... he kept it in small shed..with asbestoss low roof ??? i kicked it up one day with a straight leg..it kicked back and pushed my head thru the roof ...my dad cried laughing...( i do when i think about it now,,,,,dads been gone 7yrs.....but when i see or here about tiger 110s i think of him,,and… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/01/2008 by tefox (1 review written)
I find my 1959 Triumph T110 a beautiful bike to ride and brings back many memories when I brought my first Triumph in 1957… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/12/2007 by les haynes (1 review written)
The Triumph Tiger 110 649 cc has good look's and is Reliable, great colours and comfortable to ride not like the newer bike that you have to lay on the fuel tank. I just like the look and the riding position of the older bikes… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2007 by Mike C (2 reviews written)
Had 2x 110s at different times. 1st, swapped a running James Captain 197cc in good condition for a crashed basket case 1957 T110 at Billy Briggs bike shop Salford. Put that together & ran it - but as a schoolboy not exactly affordable. Very quick machine. Swapped it for a Triumph Sports Cub that was affordable.
2nd machine was a 1959 T110 - bought from a friend. Done up to include - Clip ons, rear swept pipes, Bonneville style headlight, 10.5:1 pistons, E3134 cams & racing followers, splayed… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/06/2006 by rojaroja (1 review written)
Gorgeous, I remember the Triumph Tiger as a beautiful example, stylish and sexy even.
I bought mine for 5 pounds and a transistor radio in 64'!… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2006 by Galfridus (1 review written)
Sunday 160406: now aged 69 years, my mind travels back to yesteryear with a fondness, recalling ownership of many cars and motorcycles. How very selective is memory! I bought a second-hand ''Triumph Tiger 110 ''of Lloyd's Garage, Stourport-on-Severn for £70:00 in 1962 complete with AVON half-fairing. I rode it home some 3 miles and was bitterly disappointed with the machine's performance - until I quickly replaced the spark-plugs with new Champion N3A's. During ensuing hard-riding I found that… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/06/2004 by Bertie (27 reviews written)
The Triumph Tiger 110 was THE bike to own in 1954. Combined with outstanding fuel economy came outstanding performance. The only faster bikes were the Vincent 1,000s at considerably more expense and their manufacture had ceased.
The claimed brake horse power from its twin-cylinder engine was 42 at 6,500 RPM which figure could well have been a flash reading on the factory's dynamometer as the 110's top speed and acceleration was not ALL that better than the Triumph Tiger 100 at a nominal 500… Read Full Review
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