The Triumph name is also associated with Triumph Motor Company.
The now defunct motor company was originally founded in 1885.
There are also voluntary events co-ordinators for most areas of the United Kingdom who are there to help you if you wish to set up an event/meet up/ride out.
"I picked it up from a friend of a friend who had owned it for about seven years.It wasn't running properly and needed some attention to the Solex carburettor.But I decided to fit an Amal monobloc instead (although I've still got the Solex). They're light and easy to handle, and they've got a great turning circle.The company produced several models including the Gloria and the Dolomite during this time.After WWII, the company merged with the Standard Motor Company to form Standard-Triumph and once again started automobile construction, building one of the most modern car assembly plants in the world in 1959 at Canley for the new Triumph Herald.▲ Dave Hitchens is the owner of this particular TRW, and at the time of writing (15th September 2013), it's up for sale at Ace Classics (London) Ltd.Said Dave, "This bike had been owned by the British Army and was stationed in Germany. The Bonnie has been improved in numerous ways since its launch in 2001.But to some riders, it still lacks the poise and elegance of the original bikes.BM was started in the summer of 2006 after over 3 years of development as an offshoot from Bike Chat.net, predominantly aimed at being a dating site. Matt is the site owner who designed BM from the ground up (as a hobby) and continues to maintain it with voluntary help from the moderators who are here to ensure forum etiquette, check profiles/photos are legit and to stop you (the members) from being spammed by malicious users.However, over the years it has progressed into a more broader social site with members organising ride outs, meet ups, BBQs, international trips and we’re now in the 2nd year of our very own rally – started and organised by the BM Members – the K. The moderators can also help you with any site issues or queries, but please check the Help page first.