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    Salam Pak Wheelers,
    Lets share some history of Motorcycle specially about Triumph/Harley Davidson etc. You fellows are welcomed to share you knowledge about old/ historical bikes here specially about earlier models of bikes.

    In 1901 English bicycle maker Royal Enfield introduced its first motorcycle, with a 239 cc engine mounted in the front and driving the rear wheel through a belt. In 1898, English bicycle maker Triumph decided to extend its focus to include motorcycles, and by 1902, the company had produced its first motorcycle?a bicycle fitted with a Belgian-built engine. In 1903, as Triumph's motorcycle sales topped 500, the American company Harley-Davidson started producing motorcycles.
    In 1901, the Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company, which had been founded by two former bicycle racers, designed the so-called "diamond framed" Indian Single, whose engine was built by the Aurora Firm in Illinois per Indian's specifications. The Single was made available in the deep blue. Indian's production was up to over 500 bikes by 1902, and would rise to 32,000, its best ever, in 1913.
    During this period, experimentation and innovation were driven by the popular new sport of motorcycle racing, with its powerful incentive to produce tough, fast, reliable machines. These enhancements quickly found their way to the public?s machines.
    The 1911 Triumph is widely known as the first useable & reliable motorcycle ever produced till that time.
    Now I m sharing here some unique photographs of Triumph motorcycle model 1911 with 3.5 H.P. motor which was considered as most reliable bike of that time.

    Catalogue shows that the price of Triumph 1911 was UKP 55.00 at that time.
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    1911 Triumph with side carClassic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275639Classic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275640

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    that's really nice


    at that time Triumph was known for long time useable machine etc, but once Japanese arrived the Durability became their quality ?
    is it true ?
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    Nice to see very old Bick,

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    yes, then Japanese captured the market.. Same case is happened in 4 wheels
    Quote Originally Posted by malikg115 View Post
    that's really nice


    at that time Triumph was known for long time useable machine etc, but once Japanese arrived the Durability became their quality ?
    is it true ?

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    Classic motorcycles are a thrilling blend of precision, style, and performance.

    BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Indian, and Triumph.
    From these manufacturers came such all-time greats as the 1965 BMW R27, the 1977 Ducati 900SS, the 1965 Harley-Davidson FL Electra-Glide, the 1969 Honda CB750, the 1953 Indian Chief, and the 1976 Triumph Bonneville.
    The 1957 Harley-Davidson XL Sportster is among more than 150 classic motorcycles from around the worldClassic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275649

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    Brough Superior SS101 Pendine 1920 Model (British Bike) with 1150cc engineClassic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275653Classic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275654Classic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275655Classic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275656

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    Bough Superior also known as Rolls Royce of Motorcycles with originally 998CC engine (OHV air cooled 50 degree V-Twin) producing 34kW. It has 3 manual Gear changed by hand shift assembly.

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    This is what Pakistan Bikers Club did few years back. They are for Pakistan's 1st Vintage & Classic Bikes Show
    12 Feb 2011
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    One of the participant Mr. Kamran
    Classic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275695
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    Glad to see their efforts...
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    This is what Pakistan Bikers Club did few years back. They are for Pakistan's 1st Vintage & Classic Bikes Show
    12 Feb 2011
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    This is Yamaha RX 100 (98cc - 2 stroke ) its production starts in 85 ~ 96.Classic Bikes Collection  TriumphHarley Davidson etc etc -1275698

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    I like this thread!
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Cushman Motor Scooters were built in Lincoln, Nebraska from 1936 until 1965 by the Cushman Motor Works. Cushman had been in the engine business since 1901 and began manufacturing scooters too.

    Cushman Scooters and the Cushman Husky engine were used at military facilities during World War-II. Cushman made an Airborne version for the military with a channel iron frame that was designed to be dropped by parachute.
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