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More Patina Than You Can Handle: 1973 Triumph Hurricane X75

More Patina Than You Can Handle: 1973 Triumph Hurricane X75

I’ve gotten into the habit of occasionally posting these Triumph X75 Hurricanes, although they’re actually proto-choppers more than they are actual sportbikes. But I think they’re pretty cool, and since they’re powered by the...

It’s Only Original Once: 1973 Triumph Hurricane X75 for Sale

It’s Only Original Once: 1973 Triumph Hurricane X75 for Sale

The Hurricane X75 looks like a funky, custom chopper-styled bike, but those looks came straight from the factory, by way of styling guru Craig Vetter, who was called in to redesign the bike when...

1973 Triumph Hurricane X75 for Sale

1973 Triumph Hurricane X75 for Sale

The Triumph Hurricane X75 was a bit of a mongrel from the word go.  Originally a BSA design, with very sleepy, Triumph Bonneville-esque style, the honchos felt it was way too conservative for American...

1973 Triumph X75 Hurricane

1973 Triumph X75 Hurricane

Not the first Hurricane I have posted to Classic Sport Bikes and I’m sure it’s not the last. One of my favorites when it comes to the uncommon. 1973 Triumph X75 Hurricane For Sale...

I see your CB750 and raise you a Vetter USA:  X75 Hurricane

I see your CB750 and raise you a Vetter USA: X75 Hurricane

You can’t talk about classic sport bikes and not mention how the Japanese took over the market from the British. Whenever a company sees it’s competition gaining market share they start to look outside...

Tasty Triple: 1974 Triumph Trident for Sale

Tasty Triple: 1974 Triumph Trident for Sale

It’s pretty easy to imagine what sort of engine powers a Triumph Trident: a trident obviously offers three prongs of fish or secutor and murmillo-stabbing goodness, and the Trident has three cylinders of British...

Three Kinds of Trouble: 1973 Triumph Hurricane

Three Kinds of Trouble: 1973 Triumph Hurricane

Looking like a grownup version of a Schwinn bicycle, all the Hurricane X75 needs to be full-on childhood dream embodied in steel is a sparkly vinyl banana seat. A sort of proto-factory chopper originally...

1967 Harley-Davidson ERS Replica

1967 Harley-Davidson ERS Replica

A full fairing, rear sets, and a racing number are all we need in life. This 1967 Harley-Davidson Sprint replica has all of those, so we are happy, more so because they added a...

1958 Horex Resident

1958 Horex Resident

Horex was a German Motorcycle manufacture which was started by the Rex glassware company in Bad HomburgGermany in 1960, so you can see where the name came from. They originally purchased their 4-stroke engines...