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He also wanted that bike to mimic the premium sportsters in the Triumph range as closely as possible. Enter the 1953 Triumph Tiger Cub. Derived from the 150cc Terrier of 1952, the Cub’s engine was a 199cc (63mm x 64mm bore and stroke) air-cooled, dry sump, OHV 4-stroke single with an iron cylinder and alloy head. The Tiger Cub Owners & Enthusiasts Association This is the official website of the Triumph Tiger Cub Association, an informal association open to anyone with a passion for Triumph’s classic T20 motorcycles.