Triumph 650 T 120 BonnevilleThe motorcycle used in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was a white 1959 Triumph 650 T 120 Bonneville.
Sirius gave it to him. They both arrived at the Potter's destroyed house, with Sirius on his motorbike. Hagrid insisted he had to take Harry to his relatives so Sirius gave him the bike to make the journey easier and even said 'I won't need it anymore'.
Triumph T120 BonnevilleJust like the actors and filming locations, Hagrid's motorcycle hails from the United Kingdom. The bike is a 1959 Triumph T120 Bonneville. And like many of the movie props, it's not a modern model but instead a classic.
Sirius Black owned the motorbike by the time he and James Potter were chased by the Muggle police in 1977. It's unknown why they chased them, but the policemen backed them into a corner and they flew away to the confusion of the police, breaking the International Statute of Secrecy.
Sirius Black owned the motorbike by the time he and James Potter were chased by the Muggle police in 1977. Hagrid found it odd he let him take it because he knew Sirius loved the bike and until Sirius was proven innocent, he thought he might have let Hagrid take it because he had in fact betrayed the Potter family.
However, the bike was damaged by the time they made it to the Tonks house, and Hagrid had to dive off the bike to stop the Death Eaters from getting Harry. They made it to The Burrow and Arthur put the bike in the backyard shed to try and mend it.
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