1969 Triumph TR6R Tiger 650
Champagne tastes and a beer budget used to be a thing. But nowadays the connoisseurs among us will tell you that many beers are better than champagne, and, in fact, can be even more costly! This is what is known as a paradigm shift. And here is a perfect example. There was a time that the Triumph Bonneville was the ultimate bike to have: the name, the pedigree, the splayed carbs. It was IT! But underneath the skin, most real motorcyclists were just as content, if not more so, with a solid running, single carb Triumph TR6. Despite the slightly softer nature of the TR6, though, the Bonneville still appeals to the beastly side of us all. So we have here a 1969 Triumph TR6R, set up and appropriately outfitted with the proper 1970 Bonneville accoutrements: smaller gas tank, gorgeous astral red and silver paint job with dual “ram’s horns”, twin Smiths gauges espousing an “optimistic” 150mph. The perfect balance of form and function.
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