The Bonneville Special unveiled by Triumph

The Bonneville Special unveiled by Triumph

Triumph, Britain’s top-selling, large capacity motorcycle brand, has released a special edition of its iconic Bonneville motorcycle, which celebrates another classic Triumph from over thirty years ago.

The new special edition Bonneville, which is the latest in a series of bikes to receive a full beauty treatment from the Hinckley-based manufacturer, features an iconic paint scheme inspired by one of the last Meriden models off the line in 1982, the T140w TSS.

The distinctive Jet Black and Lunar Silver paintwork creates a unique looking Bonneville that will appeal to bike collectors and riders alike.  While the tank and side panels sport the black livery (with twin, hand-painted coach lines), the front and rear mudguards are in silver with jet black centre stripes and hand-painted gold coach lines.

As with the other refreshed Bonnevilles, the special edition enjoys a number of new finishing touches including machined detailing on the cooling fins, solid black oil cooler lines, chrome grab rail and black mirrors.  The new special edition Bonnie also gets a brushed clutch, sprocket and alternator cover to complete the retro look.

Triumph’s latest special edition Bonneville follows on from the successful launch of its other revamped classic motorbikes. Triumph recently unveiled its revitalised Bonneville, Bonneville T100, Thruxton and Scrambler, as well as an updated Bonneville T100 Black.

The new Meriden inspired Bonneville is now available via Triumph’s dealer network, with an OTR price of £7,499.

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