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by Timothy Remus

Triumph Motorcycles: From Speed-Twin to Bonneville download ebook
ISBN:
1929133219
ISBN13:
978-1929133215
Author:
Timothy Remus
Publisher:
Wolfgang Publications, Inc.; 1st edition (October 29, 2005)
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144 pages
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1360 kb
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1479 kb
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Rating:
4.3

Timothy Remus is author of more than 30 how to books. At first glance this looks like a typical 'coffee table' book. Filled with great color photos of Triumph twins through the years it would be easy to dismiss as just a picture book for the casual enthusiast. It is actually more than that.

Timothy Remus is author of more than 30 how to books. His titles range from How to Build a Cheap Chopper, to Advanced Airbrush Art. During his 20 years as an author, Tim has worked with everyone from bike designer Arlen Ness to kustom painter Jon Kosmoski, and metal fabricators like Ron Covell, Steve Davis, Rob Roehl and Craig Naff. The photos are excellent despite some puzzling 'poses' on top of things motorcycles would never find themselves on.

Triumph’s Speed Twin is a modern classic roadster with a 1200cc Bonneville engine, advanced technology and . For class-leading handling and feel, the Speed Twin has 41mm-diameter front forks with cartridge damping and up to 120mm travel.

Triumph’s Speed Twin is a modern classic roadster with a 1200cc Bonneville engine, advanced technology and class-leading handling. The twin rear suspension set-up has adjustable spring preload and up to 120mm of travel. Advanced rider technology.

The Speed Twin’s newly-designed chassis has been evolved from the Thruxton R and crafted to provide a new .

The Speed Twin’s newly-designed chassis has been evolved from the Thruxton R and crafted to provide a new benchmark in agile, dynamic riding.

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Triumph Motorcycles: From Speed Twin to Bonneville. By: Tim Remus Hardcover: 144 pages Dimensions (in inches): 1. x 1. x . Publisher: Wolfgang Publications, 2005 ISBN: 1929133219. Remus as the author of the excellent Triumph Twins and Triples. But as it turns out, Remus is also responsible for many different books on motorcycles, motorcycle history, engines, sheet metal and more. If I had to guess though, I’d say Remus has a definite soft spot in his heart for Triumphs.

Triumph Motorcycles : From Speed-Twin to Bonneville. By (author) Timothy Remus. Triumph motorcycles: their renaissance & the hinkley factory. Triumph pre-unit twins owners workshop manual. Triumph thruxton bonneville 1959-1969. TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLES ILLUSTRATED WORKSHOP MANUAL 1937-1951, by Clymer. Turner’s triumphs: edward turner & his triumphs. TRIUMPH TWIN RESTORATION, by Roy Bacon. TRIUMPH TIGER CUB & TERRIER 1952-1968, Haynes Repair Manual. TRIUMPH 675 DAYTONA & SPEED TRIPLE REPAIR MANUAL 2006-2010, Haynes.

Tell us if something is incorrect. Triumph Motorcycles : From Speed-Twin to Bonneville. Here is a new look at some of the finest classic bikes ever manufactured. This is an all color, hardcover book focused entirely on Triumph twins and triples. Specialty Pr Pub & Wholesalers.

Hard data: Title: Triumph Motorcycles from Speed Twin to Bonneville Author .

Hard data: Title: Triumph Motorcycles from Speed Twin to Bonneville Author: Timothy Remus Published: 2005 Publisher: Wolfgang Publications, Inc. 217 Second St. North, Stillwater, MN 55082 ISBN: 1-929133-21-9. Timothy Remus also wrote an earlier book about Triumph motorcycles to keep an eye out for: Title: Triumph Motorcycles Twins and Triples Author: Timothy Remus Published: 1997 Publisher: MBI Publishing C. 729 Prospect Av. PO Box 1, Osceola, WI 54020-0001 USA ISBN: 0-7603-0312-6

From Timothy Remus and Wolfgang Publications comes a new look at some of the finest classic bikes ever manufactured. Triumph Motorcycles, is a new, all color, hardcover book focused entirely on Triumph twins and triples. Starting with Edward Turner's best-known design, the Speed-Twin, the book moves to the T100, TR5, Thunderbird, TR6, Bonneville and all the rest. Using a large format and deluxe paper, this anthology of classic triumphs covers all the significant models produced from 1938 to the early 1980s. The Triumph story doesn't stop there however. The 'new' Triumph corporation, under the guidance of John Bloor, took up the challenge of producing modern motorcycles, many of which are included in this same book. Whether your personal favorite is the ever-popular Bonneville from the late 1960s, or a more obscure TR5 with 'generator' top end, the Triumphs you remember and lust after are sure to be found between the hardcovers of this new book.
Reviews:
  • Sudert
At first glance this looks like a typical 'coffee table' book. Filled with great color photos of Triumph twins through the years it would be easy to dismiss as just a picture book for the casual enthusiast. It is actually more than that. The photos are excellent despite some puzzling 'poses' on top of things motorcycles would never find themselves on. The book is set up chronologically through the history of the Speed Twin and subsequent models inspired by it. This is actually a great primer for someone like myself who is not conversant in the various models that seem to look the same. The text is informative without becoming bogged down in minor details. Adequate space is given to each significant model and change up through the BSA 'oil-in-frame' years at which point the author seems to lose interest. With the affordable nature of these later, less popular models it would have been nice to go into a bit more detail on them. The Trident models are also covered briefly and there is a short chapter on the Hinckley Bonnevilles that came out in 2002. Being published in 2005 the book does not cover subsequent Hinckley models. The author does like to drop names of friends and owners which becomes tiresome; as readers we honestly don't care who owns or has restored a particular example. There are a few minor typos as well but they are easily overlooked. Besides being nice to look through this book will stay in my collection as a useful 'quick reference' on this wonderful machines. Better than I expected and a reasonable bargain on the used book market.
  • Adokelv
This is a well documented and finely illustrated book well suited for an enthusiast and triumph historian--you can not miss on this book.
  • I_LOVE_228
This book is a fun read. I'm not into British bikes, but the author has an engaging style -- if at times too adoring -- that was fun to read. Awesome photographs. Fun interviews of bike restoration guys.
  • Nikohn
Informative about the birth of the Triumph Bonneville and other Triumph motorcycles. Lots of color pages with terrific photos.
A keeper.
  • FEISKO
This is one spectacular book for those that idolize the classic Triumph speed twin & Bonneville. Beautiful photography of some gorgeous bikes.