1971 Triumph TR25W Trophy
1971 Triumph TR25W Trophy (For Sale). With age, this motorcycle is now Tax and MOT exempt. (Historic Vehicle Classification)
It has been lovingly rebuilt for road or Green Lane use. Fitted and registered with rebuilt BSA B40 350cc high compression engine to give it that more extra grunt.
It is not in showroom concourse condition, the paintwork is reasonable but not show finish, wheel rims show signs of age but solid.
Been garaged for three years so will be recommissioned and new battery before sale.
Basically built for practical use not for show, though it does create a bit of interest.
Can you ride the Triumph TR25W on an A2 licence?
Yes, you can ride the Triumph TR25W Trophy on an A2 motorbike licence. There is no restriction required, as the motorcycle is fully A2 licence compliant!
This Triumph TR25W Trophy A2-friendly classic bike. It has a power output of below 35 kW (47 bhp) which is the limit needed for an A2 licence.
The BSA B40 was a series of 350 cc (21 cu in) unit construction single-cylinder OHV four-stroke engines made by the Birmingham Small Arms Company. Developed from the BSA C15, the machines were produced between 1961 and 1967
As a reaction to the emergence of high-tech, high performance Honda lightweights that were starting to appear (Mike Hailwood had won the 1961 Lightweight TT on a DOHC, twin-cylinder, 125 cc machine), BSA increased the performance its lightweight by boring the C15 out to 350 cc. As standard the engine produced 21 bhp (16 kW) at 7,000 rpm