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Orial Motorcycles

Manufactured by Triumph Werke AG., Fürther Strasse 212, Nürnberg

Triumph Nürnberg split from Triumph Coventry in 1929. After legal disputes with Triumph Coventry, the German Triumph export models were initially sold under the Orial marque which resulted in action from the French company of the same name. The German Triumph company settled on the name TWN - Triumph Werke Nuremberg.

The German Orial machines were powered by M.A.G. engines of 350cc to 750cc.

See also TWN Triumph

Source: meisterdinger.de