1973 Triumph 750 Tiger

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The Triumph 750 Tiger was the single-carb cousin of the Bonneville – it was also known as the TR7RV.

Triumph 750 Tiger - Tank

The 744cc engine put out 49 horsepower. This was slightly down on the competition but the 448 pound Tiger weighed less than nearly all of the 750cc competition. Per a review from Road Test magazine back in 1976, “The TR7RV Tiger 750 is a Triumph in the traditional style – lively, gutsy, tractable, and with the handling bred of a whole basket-full of production race victories.” For more on the 750 Tiger, check out this write-up from Real Classic.

Triumph 750 Tiger - Left Side

This specific Triumph 750 Tiger (VIN: TR7RVCH29374) has just under 10,000 miles and looks to be clean though the tank has been repainted. It’s a numbers matching bike and it’s being offered with no reserve!

Triumph 750 Tiger - Right Side

Find this Triumph 750 Tiger for sale in Milford, New Hampshire with bidding up to $1,586