1997 Triumph Adventurer
Reg. no. R63 DEU
Frame no. Unknown
Engine no. Unknown
Launched in 1996, the 'Adventurer' name came from a 500cc parallel-twin trail bike from the early 1970s. The water-cooled, 12-valve triple engine was the same 885cc as the Triumph Thunderbird 900, as were the steel spine frame and other cycle parts including front forks, rear shock absorbers, wheels and brakes. Modifications included raised handlebars and a single seat option. The most prominent features are the large rear fender, extra chrome-plate on the engine, cam and radiator covers, and the megaphone-shaped silencers. It was one of the best-selling bikes in the Triumph line-up. This Adventurer appears in good all round condition although there is a note on the bike written by the late owner, informing us that there is no oil in the bike. The last MOT expired in 2014 and the bike is on SORN.
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