GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1965 Triumph Bonneville
650 for your consideration. This clean motorcycle has an older
restoration. Dan Hutchinson baked, lined an repainted the tank in
2017. The carburetors were upgraded. The electrical system has been
upgraded as well. This Pacific Blue over Silver combination is just
right for this rowdy little bike. The Triumph name is iconic in the
motorcycle world and is synonymous with names like Evel Knievel and
Steve McQueen. Whether you want to raise your cool factor or just a
solid bike to cruise the streets, come check this beautiful little
piece of machinery out!
The Triumph Bonneville T120 is a motorcycle originally made by
Triumph Engineering from 1959 to 1975. It was the first model of
the Bonneville series, which was continued by Triumph Motorcycles
Ltd. The T120 was discontinued in favor of the larger 750 cc T140
in the early 1970s.The Bonneville T120 name was revived in 2016 on
a new machine with larger engine and updated specifications.
The Bonneville name came from the achievements of Texas racer
Johnny Allen on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. In September
1955, Allen had achieved a two-way average speed of 193.3 mph (311
km/h) on his special motorcycle the "Devil's Arrow", a 650 cc
twin-cylinder Triumph engine fueled by methanol in a unique
'streamliner' fairing. Allen's speed was ratified as a record by
the American Motorcycle Association but not by the world authority,
the FIM, as no official observers were present.
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