In the early 60s, twins ruled the world. Triumph saw an opportunity for a 750cc triple that would have been a world-beater. However, the British firm couldn’t get the bike out until ’68, at which point Honda was just months away from releasing the instant classic CB750. Here’s a well maintained example of the Trident (which is a great name for a three-cylinder bike) that has 15,931 miles. Ignition has been converted to Boyer electrics, and it now has Hagon rear shocks. For more on what it’s like to live with a Trident T150V, check out this write-up from Motorcycle Classics. Find this Triumph Trident 750 T150V for sale here on Craigslist in Salt Lake City, Utah for $6,875.
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