Welcome to Meriden Off Road

We are Triumph Tiger Cub specialists, we carry out all types of work including

  • Cylinder Head Reconditioning
  • Aluminum Welding to Fins
  • Engine Rebuilds*
  • Crank Rebuilds
  • Paintwork
  • Complete Rebuilds from Parts
  • Parts Supply
  • All Types of Repair Work
  • Welding
  • Frame Alterations
  • Bespoke Bike Building
  • Electronic Ignitions Fitted

*Regards engine rebuilds we will strip your engine and re build it for £250. You may book an appointment and are welcome to observe while your motor is striped and the faults are diagnosed. Once the fault is identified we can quote you there and then.

Fork Sliders – New For 2014

Fork Sliders are currently being made for 1963 onwards B&C Range Bonerville and Tiger Cub models. They come powder coated in black.

Part numbers 971842 and 971843.

Made to Triumphs original drawings and CNC made. £90.00 each and available from the end of September 2014.

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This is Guy's bikini model, when i took the clutch cover off to fit a new stator i saw there was no oil in the clutch i thought it may have leaked out as this bike has stood for some time then i noticed the clutch springs where screwed in as far as they would go when i investigated i found the drive rubbers have gone and the basket has very little friction materiel left so i striped the clutch off and found the case had been welded and the hole was off center, i also found the gears did not run smooth but when i took the gears out i found they where all new and just need to be run in for a while, This one should be up and running today, Alan's 750e should be running to day i Have 4 bikes hear now that need to go out on a test ride, i need a day off to test them lol, ...

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Lovely T100R, belongs to Steve from Stourbridge, its in to have the head changed for the correct one, it has a single carb head at the moment from a SS Steve managed to get a head from the USA but it was suffering from the crack syndrome they all seem to suffer from, its all about how you go about tightening the head if you don't re tighten the head bolts in the correct order and you tighten the rocker covers first then you will crack the head, The new head is now all fixed with new valve seats new valves valve guides and springs. ...

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