The Pre-1941 Triumph Motor Cycle Pages


From Peter Cornelius - Triumph Specialist for the VMCC - of Britain.


You need to 'click' opposite for the items
mentioned below.


VETERAN MODELS
These are pre-1915 models, except in Australasia where the recognition is pre-1919.

THE VMCC - The Vintage Motor Cycle Club, based in England, caters for all makes of motor cycles from over 25 years of age.

VINTAGE MODELS - These are the post-veteran models, through to the end of 1930.

DATING CODES
Up until 1935 Triumph coded a machine with its assembly date. "Click' on the Enigma Code machine opposite.

POST VINTAGE MODELS
These are the post-vintage models, through to the end of 1940 as far as these pages are concerned.

LINKS
Links to other Triumph related Web sites.



TRIUMPH SURVIVORS - Countries where I have learnt of Surviving Triumphs, and their models.

BOOKLETS
ON INDIVIDUAL MODELS

19 booklets in total.


ADVICE ON YOUR TRIUMPH
If you are new to Veteran or Vintage motor cycles you might find something of interest here.

'THE TRIUMPH STORY' booklets
Triumph's history 'from the inside'.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
And answers!.

OWNER NEEDS and SURPLUSES
Let fellow owners know if you have something you no longer need, or of something you do need.

Were you looking for something specific on these pages?
If you can't find what you were hoping to find please 'click' to send a message
to Peter

My research has necessitated the determining of the dating codes, which changed from 1924, and in order to verify these findings I have needed to know quite intimately the significant, and often small, changes which occured during production of each and every model. Consequently, for a number of years I have accumulated and recorded detailed information on the various machines, which I am only too pleased to be able to pass on to other Triumph owners via the booklets referenced above.


Select Your Interest
Veteran
Vintage Motor Cycle Club
Vintage
Dating Codes
Post Vintage
Links to other Triumph Sites
Countries with Surviving Triumphs, and their models.
Model Booklets
HELP FOR OWNERS NEW TO VETERAN OR VINTAGE MACHINES.
The Triumph Story
FREQUENTLY
ASKED
QUESTIONS
NEEDS and SURPLUSESSurpluses and Needs


If you spot any errors or spelling mistakes on these pages, please let me know. No one is perfect and I am always open to constructive comments.

Please let me know what you think that should be included on the pages.
I am open to (polite) suggestions in an effort to make this Triumph Web site of maximum use and interest to Triumph motor cycle owners.


Although much of my research has been from personal observation and period literature, the communication of information is a TWO-WAY affair and I can often only obtain machine information to further my researches, and make them more accurate, if YOU, the owner of a surviving Triumph from the years 1902 to 1940, are prepared to provide me with numbers and letters from your machine or major components. Be assured, I keep such information in the strictest confidence. No owner or machine details are passed to other persons; even if they be an owner of an identical machine. Contacts are arranged only with the specific permission of the person required to be contacted. Additionally, I am not a dealer in spare parts, although I can occasionally advise on the source of items required to complete a restoration.


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