1971 Triumph F750

1971 Triumph F750

Country: Great Britain
Engine: Air-cooled, 3-cylinder 4-stroke
Ignition: Generator and coil
Power Rating: 84hp @ 8,200rpm
Bore x Stroke: 67mm x 70mm
Displacement: 740cc
Fuel System: Three Amal 30mm Concentric carburetors
Transmission: 5-speed
Suspension: Front telescopic forks, twin shock rear
Brakes: Front and rear disc
Weight: 330lb
Top Speed: 165mph

Triumph rider Tony Jefferies built this machine, using many special factory parts around a Rob North frame. It was later raced in the 1978 Formula 1 event in the Isle of Man by Scotsman Alex George who, competing against 1,000cc 4-cylinder machines, finished in 5th place. His fastest lap was 107mph, which still stands as a record around the TT circuit by a pushrod motor.

Published on Jul 2, 2014
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