The Triumph 750 Tiger was the single-carb cousin of the Bonneville – it was also known as the TR7RV.
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.
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!
Find this Triumph 750 Tiger for sale in Milford, New Hampshire with bidding up to $1,586