1961 Triumph TR6C (SELLING WITH NO RESERVE)
Introduced in 1956 and heavily influenced by American off-road riders, the Triumph TR6 Trophy was the kind of competent all-around machine that owners could modify in almost any direction. Many headed off-road, either as dual-purpose machines or as outright competition mounts. A good indication of the new Triumph’s capabilities was the finishing order at the 1957 Big Bear Run, a tough 150-mile race from the California desert floor up into the mountains, where TR6 riders notched 9 of the first 10 places, with the win going to the legendary Bud Ekins. By 1961, the Trophy had picked up the TR6C designation, the C standing for Competition to differentiate it from the roadster version. This fine example has been completely restored by noted Triumph expert Burt Barrett with an updated top end and a fully balanced motor. This motorcycle has been on static display for the past few years and will need a full service prior to operation. NOTE! THIS MOTORCYCLE WILL BE SELLING WITH A TITLE GUARANTEE. NO RESERVE!