This is the definitive story of Triumph, told through 130 years of its magnificent motorcycles.
Created with support from Triumph and with a foreword from CEO Nick Bloor, The Art of the Motorcycle is a celebration of Triumph’s most beautiful bikes, and an essential companion for any fan.
Marlon Brando rides a Triumph 6T Thunderbird in The Wild Ones. The longest jump of Evil Knievel’s career was on a Triumph. Famous owners include Elvis, Bob Dylan, Brad Pitt and Prince Harry. From its birth in 1886, the Triumph brand has created some of the world’s finest – and most famous – motorcycles. This book is a celebration of that brand.
With previously unseen images from the Triumph archives, design sketches and behind-the-scenes information, this book is a chronological look at the most important and beautiful Triumph motorcycles, from its founding right up to the launch of the latest machine. Insightful text and stunning photography make this a must-have for all motoring enthusiasts.