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The Triumph Tiger 110 is a British sports motorcycle that Triumph first made at their Coventry factory between 1953 and 1961. The T110 was developed from the Triumph Thunderbird and first appeared in 1954.
Although it was supposed to be the sports model of the Triumph range, the Tiger 110 was later fitted with the rear paneling that was introduced with Triumph’s 350cc 3TA twin in 1959. This rear cowling earned it the nickname ‘bathtub’ from its shape and made the T110 look somewhat staid. In any event, from 1959, the T120 Bonneville was now Triumph’s leading sports model and before the introduction of Edward Turner’s unit construction 650cc twin in 1962, the T110 was dropped from Triumph’s range.