Triumph’s transition from old to modern history started with John Bloor’s purchase of the name and manufacturing rights in 1983, but it took until 1991 before a new range of motorcycles was launched to the public. Over-engineered to overcome the manufacturing-quality hurdles of the bygone era, the new range was devoid of oil leaks and reliability gremlins, while resurrecting names like Daytona, Trophy and Trident in their 3 and 4-cylinder models.
The Trophy on offer here is a one-owner example, meticulously cared for and maintained and having covered some 21,000 miles from new. In excellent condition throughout, the recently serviced machine was also treated to a new pair of tires to ready it for sale. The bike runs perfectly, starting easily and running well with responsive power from the 1200cc ‘4’. All systems work as they should. It is accompanied by all tools and books/manuals.
Recent Service Receipt