Triumph X-75 Hurricane1972 - 1973
Category: Motorcycles - Oldtimers
The Triumph X-75 Hurricane was a 'factory special' motorcycle designed by fairing specialist Craig Vetter.The X-75 had swooping glassfibre bodywork, a three US-gallon petrol tank, lowered gearing and a distinctive triple exhaust on the right-hand side. The motorcycle is credited with creating a new class of motorcycle, the cruiser.
It was ultimately released as a Triumph model in 1973, the BSA factory having closed its doors in late 1972.
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