I just bought a 1976 Triumph T-160 Trident to keep my T-140 Bonnie of the same year company and am pretty chuffed with the purchase. Restored by Bruce Holland in Gig Harbour WA (USA) and as you can see is in pretty nice condition with 2500 miles after restoration. Fitted with English style bars rather than the US market mini ape hangers, and Norton style pipes. The fugly turn signals will go once I get collector plate approval. This is the last year of the Trident and features the sloped "BSA" style engine, the mechanical refinements of the last year, an electric starter (for all the good it does!) and L side shift. Rather than built in the Meridian factory like previous Triumphs, the T-160 was built in the BSA Small Heath plant An amazing bike of its era and the engine feels and sounds modern but at the same time has the proper vintage feel. Just put 660 miles on it last weekend and problem and more importantly oil leak free. I had my head stuck in HD and Jap bikes at the time these were new and wish that I had bought one at the time. Nothing like the Bonnie and this can be ridden like a more modern bike, however the engine can easily overpower the shoddy brakes so a lot of prudence is required. Not as flickable as an old Bonnie but much faster and no problem keeping up with modern traffic.