The Internet Resource for the Triumph Trophy Trail
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The Triumph TR5T Trophy Trail  (called the Adventurer in the UK) was introduced during 1973.  It combined a single carb version of the (Daytona 500 winning) twin cylinder Triumph engine with the Single downtube BSA Motocross frame (based on Jeff Smith's 1964 and 1965 World Championship winning bike) .  It was produced for two years, with the only change to the 1974 model being a red fuel tank.

  The TR5T was successfully raced at the 1973 ISDT (winning 3 gold medals for the US team).  Labour troubles in the mid-seventies put a halt to Triumph production, and when production resumed the TR5T was no more.

 With the addition of modern shocks and tires, the TR5T makes a fine trailbike. This site is intended to collect and share information on the history of the TR5T, as well as provide assistance with repairs and restoration.  I've collected a lot of information on the TR5T from the early '70's, as well as some more recent magazine articles and photos.  Have a look around and let me know what you think.  Also, if you have any additional information, pass it along and I'll add it to the site.

Questions or Comments - contact me at Doug@TR5TAdventurer.NET

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