TRIUMPH 750 HURRICANE X75 - 1970

This motor bike is the youthful beauty. In 1970, to boost the sales in the USA, BSA places order of the X 75 to Craig Vetter. The Hurricane will finally come out with the Triumph logo, but shared the bases of the late BSA Rocket 3. Unfortunately, the X75 has been produced only one year at 1200 units. But God, what a beautiful bike!


 Engine type : Air-cooled, pushrod, four stroke, in-line three cylinders.
 Capacity :  740,4 cm3
 Bore x Stroke :  67 x 70 mm
 Max power/rpm :  58 HP at 7250 rpm
 Max torque :  (?) at (?) rpm
 Compression ratio :  8.25 : 1
 Fuel system :  3 Amal Concentric 626 27 carburettors.
 Ignition :  battery - 12 V
 Gear box :  5 speed
 Tyres :  Front : 3.25 X 19" Rear : 4.00 X 18"
 Weight (empty) :  219 kg
 Max speed :  180 km/h