Triumph Motorcycles

Triumph Terrier T15 150cc 1954

The Triumph Terrier

This remarkable lightweight breaks fresh ground in many fields of design and provides all the accepted best features of a big motorcycle. Recognisable at once as a "little brother "to the famous Triumph twins, it is built to exactly the same standards of fine finish, quality and performance.


ENGINE. 150 c.c. high efficiency O.H.V. with die-cast alloy cylinder head, inclined large diameter valves, totally enclosed and lubricated valve gear. "H" section connecting rod with heavy duty big end bearing. Full dry sump lubrication with double plunger type oil pump. Highly polished timing cover. Plated exhaust pipe with barrel type silencer. Air cleaner.

FOUR SPEED GEARBOX. Built in unit with the engine in a polished and stream-lined casing. Positive stop footchange. Multi-plate clutch with rubber pad type shock absorber. Primary chain in polished aluminium case. Gear position indicator.

FRAME. Unique Triumph design. Loop type tubular main frame, strong and light.

SUSPENSION. Triumph telescopic front forks. Double plunger type rear suspension.

BRAKES. Exceptionally powerful and smooth acting. Large diameter drums.

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. Special A.C. Lighting-Ignition system with crankshaft mounted alternator. "Emergency Start" circuit. Large diameter headlamp in patent nacelle, integral with top of forks.

OTHER DETAILS. Smith's 70 m.p.h. speedometer; good quality tool kit; finished in Amaranth Red and chrome.