Triumph - Triumph is a world-wide recognized Britsh make. The company was founded in 1887 under the name: New Triumph Co. Ltd. The company is still producing nowadays, and it is getting more and more successful.
Tami - foldable small capacity scooters built in Korea
Topper - A large Scooter type motorcycle built by Aermacchi in 1865
Tornax - motorcycles built in Germany in 1950
Testi - Italian motorcycles
Teco - German motorcycles
Temple - British motorcycles in the 30s
Terrot - French machines built in the 20s
TWN - German motorcycle manufacturer between 1903 - 1957
TGB - Scooters and small capacity motorbikes built by Taiwan Golden Bee Co.in 1978
TGM - Italian motorcycles - Terzi Giovanni Marchesini
Theim - American bikes built around the turn of the century by Thiem Mfg. Co.
Thomas - American motorbikes, 1900
Thor - Major motorcycle Engine designer. Build motors for the Indians, among many others
Thoroughbred - American bikes built by Reading-Standard
Three Spires - British ‘ autocycles’ built in 1939
Tiger - Motorbikes produced by The Tiger Cycle Co. in America
Twin Eagle - American Harley Davidson replicas
Tiger - Produced in Germany, they branded their exported Allrights like this.
Tinkham - American motorbikes
TIZ - motorbikes built in Russia in the 30s
Titan - American Harley Davidson replica builder.
Tohatsu - Japanese motorcycle make, bought by Bridgestone
Tomos - low capacity moto-scooters built in Slovenia and the Netherlands
Tiger - built in Sweden
Tornedo - motorbikes built in Poland in 1939
Tote Gote - Scooters built in America
Tourist - bikes built in the USA by Breeze Motor Mfg. Co.
Torpedo - motorcycle built in America by Glenn Curtiss
Toyomotor - Japanese motorcycles
Trenton - motorcycles built in America at the turn of the century
TriKing - American company who converted Honda bikes to trikes
Trimoto - American motorcycles in the early 1900s
Tatran -Czech scooters built during the 50s
Traumannsdorf - Austrian motorcycles
Tula - motorcycles made in Russia
Tule Trooper - American motorcycles made in the 60s
TVS - motorcycles made in India T. V. Sundaram. They had a brief partnership with Suzuki.
Tas - Japanese front wheel powered bikes