Tagged: X75

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...

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...

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...