2015 Triumph T214 Special Edition #370 of 1000 Build 5,341 original miles Fuel Injected 865cc Twin Triumph developed the T214 as a bike that celebrates one of the most important milestones in the company’s history. That milestone was when Johnny Allen and his 1956 Triumph-powered Texas Ceegar Streamliner set the world record as the world’s fastest motorcycle when it was clocked hitting speeds of 214.40 mph at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats back in 1956. The record lasted until 1962, when Bill Johnson, riding the nitro methane powered Dudek Triumph streamliner, set a new speed record of 224.57 mph.
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