Introduced in March 1954, the Triumph T20 Tiger Cub was a snip at £127, a little over half the price of its big brother, the 650cc Triumph 6T Thunderbird. This attractive four-stroke 199cc bike, with its instantly recognisable exhaust note, was Triumph’s answer to the popular but smokey, two-stroke BSA Bantam. Built at Triumph’s factory at Meriden and with a top speed approaching 70mph, the Cub won many admirers selling over 110,000 units in the 15 years of its production.
You will have to travel far and wide to find a better example of this popular model. This great-looking blue and orange example has been fully restored to near concours condition and comes with invoices totalling over £6,250. Supplied with the original registration document, this pristine example is not only tax and MoT test certificate exempt but is has been recognised by the Tiger Cub Owners Club with its provenance logged in their archive.
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