2001 Triumph Adventurer

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2001 Triumph Adventurer
2001 Triumph Adventurer

2001 Triumph Adventurer
2001 Triumph Adventurer

2001 Triumph Adventurer
2001 Triumph Adventurer


– 2001 Triumph Adventurer

An eye-catching combination of authentic Triumph styling features and

American-influenced cruiser lines gives the Adventurer a special place in Triumph’s classic range.

This bike simply demands attention, with its high handlebars, distinctive two-tone paintwork and tank badge, plus its three-cylinder engine’s sparkling silver finish and chrome-plated side covers. Yet like all Triumph’s classic machines, it is also superbly engineered and hugely enjoyable to ride.

The 885cc, liquid-cooled engine has the same 70PS (69bhp) peak output and broad torque spread as Triumph’s other classic triple units. Its smooth, responsive feel is perfectly suited to the Adventurer’s brand of laid-back motorcycling.

A blend of low seat and roomy, upright riding position aids low-speed

maneuverability and is perfect for comfortable cruising. The Adventurer’s high-quality chassis also ensures light, responsive handling that is well suited to boulevard and back-road alike.

With this bike, though, it all comes back to style. Especially as Triumph’s wide range of high-quality accessories provides an Adventurer owner with the perfect opportunity to add a final, personalised touch.



Proven 885cc liquid-cooled 3-cylinder engine with DOHC, 12 valves.
Silver powder coated engine for long term durability.
Classically styled engine with chrome plated end covers.
Chromed radiator grill and cover for custom look.
Low maintenance hydraulic clutch operation.
Digital electronic ignition for precise combustion control.
Smooth shifting 5-speed transmission.
Tall overall gearing for relaxed cruising and enhanced economy.
Stainless steel exhaust headers with bright chrome finish for durability and good looks.
Chrome megaphone-style silencers for authentic custom style.


Lightweight, powder coated steel spine frame, using engine as a structural member.
Anodised oval section aluminium alloy swing-arm.
Rising rate monoshock rear suspension with preload adjustment.
43mm telescopic forks with triple rate springs.
Spoked wheels with chrome plated rims, including 19-inch front wheel.
Stainless steel braided front brake line.
Extra low seat height to extend accessibility to a wide range of riders.
Classically-styled instrumentation including: speedometer with odometer, trip meter, tachometer, with warning lights for turn signals, main beam, oil pressure, low fuel, engine temperature and neutral.
Hazard warning lights.
Traditional hand finished coach lines.
Chromed cast tank badge.
Colour matched front and rear mudguards.


Jet Black with Lucifer Orange infill and gold coachlines

2001 Triumph Adventurer Specifications:


Type Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity 885cc
Bore/Stroke 76 x 65mm
Compression Ratio 10:01
Fuel System 3 x 36mm flat slide CV carburettors
Ignition Digital – inductive type

Primary Drive Gear
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 5-speed

Frame Micro alloyed high tensile steel spine
Swingarm Twin sided, aluminium alloy
Wheels Front 36 spoke, 19 x 2.5in

Rear 40 spoke, 16 x 3.5in
Tyres Front 100/90 R 19

Rear 150/80 R 16
Suspension Front 43mm forks with triple rate springs

Rear Monoshock with adjustable preload
Brakes Front Single 320mm disc, 2 piston caliper

Rear Single 285mm disc, 2 piston caliper

Length 2340mm (92.1in)
Width 860mm (33.8in)
Height 1355mm (53.3in)
Seat Height 725mm (28.5in)
Wheelbase 1620mm (63.8in)
Rake / Trail 30º / 130mm
Weight (Dry) 211kg (464lb)
Fuel Tank Capacity 15 litres (4 gal US)

PERFORMANCE (measured to DIN 70020)
Maximum Power 70PS (69bhp) at 8,000 rpm
Maximum Torque 69.2Nm (51ft-lbf) at 4,000 rpm

Service intervals       6000 miles

Warranty                2 years unlimited mileage

Riders Association Triumph membership included

Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulation and legislations.

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