LADIES SPECIAL. In 1913, Triumph offered a new two-stroke 225cc model. Triumph was the first factory to target the female rider with a machine made to their exacting standards and weighing just 129 pounds. With its two-speed gearbox and clutchless operation, the Baby offered considerable value. A top seller, the Baby Triumph remained in production until 1926. This is a very correct example from the Phil Aubert Bedard Collection.
Text courtesy Webbs Auction House NZ
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