1923 – Triumph “H” – England
The Triumph model H (also known as “Type H” and “The Trusty”) is a British motorcycle produced by Triumph Engineering Co ltd in Coventry, England.
57.000 Model Hs were made from 1915 to 1923.
In early 1914 the English governement needed an efficient way to communicate with the troups at the front and decided to replace the messengers on horses with messengers on motorbikes.
Many models were made for this porpuse, but the Model H was the one chosen.