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Triumph Maid Of Clubs - More Info Needed

Hi there,

I managed to scoop up a Triumph Maid of Clubs Road Bike in pretty good condition, however I'm struggling to find any more info about it's history online. I am aware that they were made in collaboration with Raleigh, and that there was also a Jack of Clubs version, but was wondering whether this is a rare model? 

It still has the original paint work and seat, be it a little rusty, but nothing that's not manageable. I'd be very grateful to find out any more information about it's history!





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Hi Tamsyn

Ive only just joined this forum so excuse the lateness of the reply.

Ive found various images on Google for your bike hopefully the image helps since it has some specs on colours and dating 1955.

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