Norman Hyde introduced the first Hyde Harrier in 1987 at the Motorcycle show in England. It was a slim, road legal Café Racer with a top speed od 130 mph (210 km/h).
In 2008, the 21st birthday of the Hyde Harrier and the 50st jubilee of the Triumph Bonneville, Norman Hyde, together with Harris Performance, developed the Hyde Harrier Jubilee.
The Britalmoto Hyde Harrier differs from the Hyde Harrier built by Norman Hyde by components such as front fork, wheels,braking system, paint scheme, tacho- and rpm instrumentation.
86HP (63kW) at 7500 rpm
- Four stroke inline twin
- Oil- and air cooled
- Four valves per cylinder; DOHC
- Capacity: 865ccm
- Compression ratio: 10.5:1
- Keihin-FCR 39mm carburettors
- Harris Performance 2in2 exhaust system
- 790 Bonneville cam shafts
- Optimised inlet tracks
- Five speed gearbox
- Final drive via o-ring chain
- Harris steel tube frame
- Showa Upside Down-fork from Typ Ducati 916
- Harris yoke
- Steel tube swing arm
- Öhlins shock absorbers
- PVM 20 billet spoke-wheels 3.50x17 / 5.50x17
- Avon Sport 120/60ZR17 / 180/55ZR17
- Spiegler brake discs; diameter 320mm
- Spiegler 8-piston brake calipers
- Rear brake disc diameter 220mm
- Brembo 2-piston brake caliper
- Wet Weight (with oil and gas):188 kg!