Norman Hyde unveiled the first Hyde Harrier (above left) at the 1987 Motorcycle Show.
Described as a sleek road-legal 130 mph cafe racer it transformed the performance
and handling of Triumph's twin and triple motorcycles.
In 2008 Norman decided to create the Hyde Harrier Jubilee (above right) to celebrate
the 21st anniversary of the Harrier and the 50th anniversary of the Triumph Bonneville.
“The latest Hyde Harrier is the sportiest, most enticing road-going Bonneville ever
made” wrote Motor Cycle News after an exclusive first ride”. Read more
British engineering - the Hyde Harrier has been developed in conjunction with Harris