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2001 Triumph Bonneville

2001 Triumph Scarlet Red Bonneville

The name is the same, and so is the format - a torquey twin-cylinder engine, an easy-handling chassis and lean, classical styling. In bringing back the Bonneville, one of the best loved names in motorcycling, Triumph has recreated the look, the feel and the spirit of our most famous parallel twin, while bringing the concept right up to date.

Few motorcyclists will need reminding that for many years the Triumph Bonneville was one of the stars of the motorcycle industry. The original T120 Bonneville was launched in 1959 as a high-performance, dual-carburettor version of Triumph's existing 650cc twin and named after the record-breaking feats on the Bonneville Salt Flats by Johnny Allen*. The T120 was a huge hit for Triumph, especially in the USA and remained successful until production eventually ceased in 1983.

We are confident that the new Bonneville will appeal right across the motorcycling spectrum. Naturally we hope that it's famous name, classic styling and twin-cylinder character will make it attractive to many of those who have ridden - and in many cases still ride – Triumph twins from the past. However the new Bonneville is also very much aimed at riders of all ages, both male and female, who are simply looking for an enjoyable, good looking, practical machine with lively performance, pleasant power characteristics and excellent handling.

Technical Details:
From the outset, Triumph's intention with the Bonneville was to produce a machine that combined the old model's timeless appeal with modern technology. From the old machine, we wanted authentic styling, a parallel twin engine and to replicate as much as practically possible the feel and sound that forged the Bonneville legend. This meant using, for example, a 360-degree crankshaft (pistons rising and falling together) and a twin-shock rear suspension system.

One of our design team's first tasks was to decide which Bonneville from the past should become the inspiration for the new bike. This was not easy, given that the model spanned almost three decades, incorporating countless styling and technical changes - It is rare for two Bonneville enthusiasts to agree about which was best! After much debate it was decided that the T120 Bonneville of the late Sixties could be regarded as representing the peak of the model's development, taking into consideration factors including performance, styling and position in the market. The new bike is very close to its forebear not only in its look, but also in its geometry and physical size.

Engine:
The main requirement for the engine was that it should have a broad spread of power, to give effortless acceleration plus strong performance whether solo or carrying a passenger. Traditional capacities of 750cc and even the original 650cc were considered before 790cc was chosen. The 86mm bore size gives good breathing in conjunction with the four-valves-per-cylinder layout, while the 68mm stroke allows a long conrod that helps to minimise secondary vibration. As well as the desired low and midrange performance, the new twin produces a respectable peak power output of 62PS (61bhp) at 7400rpm, making this the most powerful Bonneville yet. Maximum torque is a substantial 60Nm (44ft-lbf), delivered at just 3500rpm. Perhaps the most important statistic is that 90 per cent of the engine's torque output is available from 2750rpm all the way to the rev limit.

The new engine is air-cooled, like the original, but differs in having twin overhead camshafts instead of the old model's pushrod valve operation. A discreet, frame-mounted oil cooler ensures consistent running temperatures for optimum reliability. Camshaft drive is by chain between the cylinders and incorporates an idler gear that allows the cylinder head to be kept very compact. Our engine design team made the new powerplant as visually similar to the old one as possible. The oil drain tube at the front of the engine is designed to resemble a pushrod tube from the old unit. The five-speed gearbox is reversed, putting the final drive chain on the right instead of the left. This allows the traditional Triumph twin layout of small triangular engine cover on the right and larger clutch case on the left.

The engine's bottom end was made as compact as possible while incorporating features including the twin balancer shafts, which were necessary to reduce high-speed vibration to acceptable levels. The balancers were tuned to ensure that the solidly-mounted Bonneville motor has much of the feel of a traditional 360-degree Triumph twin, and is not over-smooth.

Naturally the new bike follows Bonneville tradition in having twin carburettors. These 36mm units differ from their predecessors by incorporating such modern touches as a throttle position sensor and electric heaters (to prevent icing). As well as crisp throttle response, a feature of the Bonneville engine is its very good fuel economy.

The exhaust system also combines tradition with modernity. "Peashooter" silencers faithfully follow the look of the originals. Yet this Bonneville's exhaust features a secondary air injection system to reduce emissions, and incorporates a catalytic converter for some markets.

Chassis:
The key challenge facing the Bonneville's chassis team was to provide modern handling and steering characteristics using a very traditional layout. In particular, the chassis brief called for light, easy steering that would make the bike agile around town, plus a sporty feel and excellent high-speed stability. Although the basic layout of the tubular steel cradle frame is simple, the design was realised using sophisticated finite element analysis to ensure maximum strength with minimum weight. Similar methods were used in the creation of the box-section steel swing-arm, which pivots through the crankcases.

Our design team achieved excellent results by using very similar geometry to the late-Sixties Bonneville, including a 19-inch front wheel and a 29-degree steering angle. Partly due to the twin's low centre of gravity, the bike is very maneuverable without compromising stability. Suspension is tuned to give a sporty feel, yet ride comfort has not been overlooked as it was felt that the Bonneville would be used in a wide variety of roles. The Bonneville's seat is well padded yet also notably low, at 775mm (30.5in), enhancing the bike's appeal to riders of all sizes.

The wheels combine wire-spoke design with 19in front, 17in rear diameters. They hold modern tyres, whose grip can be fully exploited thanks to the Bonneville's generous cornering clearance. Brakes were another area where tradition was not allowed to compromise function. Single discs at front and rear, each with twin-piston caliper, give reliable and powerful stopping.

Style was always a key element of the Bonneville's appeal and that is as true of the new bike as the old. Features such as the classical Triumph tank badge look as striking now as they ever did. The redesigned speedometer and switchgear add elegance and functionality. Paintwork andchrome, applied in-house at our Hinckley factory, are deep and thick. The new Scarlet Red paint option, coupled with Silver, matches almost exactly the popular Hi-Fi Scarlet shade of the late Sixties, with Forest Green and Silver available as an eye-catching alternative. As in the old days, the gold pin-stripes are applied by the steady hands of Triumph workers. In this as in so many other respects, tradition lives on in the new Bonneville.

Development Timetable:
April 1997: Project begins with meetings to discuss viability of a twin-cylinder model.
Summer 1997: Concept agreed; chassis and engine design teams begin work.
August 1998: First styling review of full-scale three-dimensional model. Input from sales and marketing as well as engineering departments.
November 1998: Second major review to assess changes made in response to earlier feedback.
December 1998: Prototype engine runs on test bench for the first time.
March 1999: Engine is run in prototype chassis for the first time; full-scale testing starts.
July 1999: First six development bikes are built; four are mainly used for engine testing, two for chassis work.
September 1999: Final review by sales and marketing teams, to confirm production model's styling and specification.
July 2000: Final testing is completed.

ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Twin carburettors
• Capacity 790cc • TPS and electric heaters
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1 • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Bore/Stroke 86 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 62PS (61bhp) at 7,400rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 60Nm (44.3ft-lbf) at 3,500rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2250mm (88.6in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width 860mm (33.8in) • Wheels - Front, Spoked 19 x 2.5in, Rear, Spoked 17 x 3.5in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R19 100/90, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1105mm (43.5in) • Front - 41mm forks, Rear - twin shocks, adjustable pre-load
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Rake/29º Trail/117mm                 Rear,  Single 285mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 16 litres (4.3 gal US)  
• Wheelbase 1493mm (58.8in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Scarlet Red & Silver  • Forest Green & Silver
SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 4000 miles or one year, whichever comes first
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage
 
ACCESSORIES:
• Integrated Alarm • Chrome Chain Guard
• Roadster Screen - 4.5 mm polycarbonate • Chrome Cam Cover
• Summer Screen - 4.5 mm polycarbonate • Chrome Levers
• Colour Co-ordinated Fly Screen • Chrome Sidestand
• King & Queen Seat • Centre Stand
• Single Seat • Performancer Silencers
• Low Sissy Bar Kit • Grab Rail
• High Sissy Bar Kit • Leather Pannier Kit
• Knee Pads • Soft Panniers
• Tank Bag  

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2002 Triumph Bonneville

2002 Sky Blue Triumph Bonneville

A modern classic: the timeless appeal of an enduring motorcycling icon matched to current technology. The Bonneville appeals to both riders who remember this machine in its 'previous life' and riders who appreciate classical form, modern function and the lusty power and mechanical simplicity of parallel twin power. The name Bonneville alone is almost enough of an attraction, and combined with the faithful reincarnation of those flowing lines, fuss-free performance and a sure-footed chassis, the new generation machine has a powerful attraction.

Engine:
The air-cooled 790cc engine with a 360 degree firing angle crankshaft (both pistons ride and fall together to recreate that authentic Bonneville engine beat) produces a hefty 60Nm (44ft-lb) of torque – a substantial 90 per cent of it from 2750rpm all the way to the redline. And a peak power output of 61bhp at 7400rpm gives the Bonneville plenty of go.

Modern performance is wrapped in classic looks. The triangular engine cover on the right and clutch case on the left, both in brushed and lacquered aluminium for 2002, are authentic touches at the core of the Bonneville look. The compact twin overhead camshafts keep the engine's top end visually similar to previous Bonneville engines, likewise the engine breather runs in what looks like the distinctive pushrod tube of years past. There's even a compact and discreet frame-mounted oil-cooler to keep the running consistent for maximum reliability.

Twin 36mm carburettors with throttle-position sensors feed the unit and these are electrically heated to prevent carburettor icing. The exhaust features twin 'peashooter' silencers and secondary air-injection to keep emissions to a minimum. The engine is efficient, economical and yet the unique feel of a parallel twin is retained – twin balancer-shafts reduce vibration but allow the engine to feel like a traditional 360-degree twin.

Chassis:
The chassis is based around a tubular steel double cradle frame and a box-section steel swing-arm offering light, easy steering around town and sure-footed handling at speed. With a low centre of gravity and low 775mm (30.5in) seat height, the Bonneville feels light and manoeuvrable. With disc brakes front and rear, and a 19in front and 17in rear wheel fitted with modern profile tyres, stopping and road-holding are way beyond what the traditional looks might suggest. And tradition is so much a part of this machine – from the classical tank badge and the deep, lustrous finish of the hand-pinstriped tanks (there is a new Sky Blue & Silver option for 2002) to the timeless lines and unmistakable sound, the Bonneville remains a true original.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2002:
 
ENGINE:  • Polished and lacquered engine covers
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Sky Blue & Silver  • Scarlet Red & Silver  • Forest Green & Silver
 
ACCESSORIES:
• Auxiliary Power Socket
• Dresser Rail Kit
• Tank Badges

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2003 Triumph Bonneville

2003 Jet Black Triumph Bonneville

The sheer simplicity of the Bonneville form, matched to Triumph's modern engineering integrity has introduced a whole new generation to the charms of one of motorcycling's most enduring icons. And to add further authenticity to the Bonneville legend, Triumph has kept the 'Bonnie' as true to its 50's roots as a modern masterpiece deserves.

Traditional parallel twin power doesn't come any punchier or more refined than that of the 790cc Bonneville unit. Equipped with a 360 degree crankshaft to reproduce the classic engine beat of a British twin (where both pistons rise and fall together), there's plenty of power (61bhp at 7400rpm) and a remarkable 90 per cent of peak torque (60Nm) from 2750rpm all the way to the redline. Twin balancer*shafts keep vibration to a minimum and further refine the relaxed riding experience.

The engine is fed by twin 36mm carburettors with throttle*position sensors, electrically*heated, while the exhaust system employs secondary air*injection to keep emissions low and exits via traditional twin 'peashooter' silencers. The unmistakably Triumph triangular engine cover and left*side clutch case remain brushed and lacquered for 2003.

Sure*footed at speed, yet easy*steering and manoeuvrable around town, the low centre of gravity and minimal 775mm (30.5in) seat height allow the rider to get the best from the light yet substantial tubular steel double cradle frame and box*section swing*arm.

With modern rubber mounted on a 19 inch front and 17 inch rear wheel, and with disc brakes front and rear, the outwardly traditional chassis can more than cope with the modern levels of performance meted out by the motor. In fetchingly simple single*tone tank colours for 2003, the authentic answer to tradition matched to the modern age is a purer experience than ever.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2003:
 
ENGINE:  • None
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black  • Cardinal Red
 
ACCESSORIES:
• Silencers (for off*road use only)
• Various Tank Badges
• 34PS Restrictor Kit
• Tachometer
• Chrome Headlight Brackets
• Chrome Lifter Arm Cover
• Chrome Side Panels
• Chrome Front Mudguard
• Chrome Engine Covers

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2004 Triumph Bonneville

2004 Jet Black Triumph Bonneville2004 Cardinal Red Triumph Bonneville2004 Triumph Bonneville Black

Few motorcycles are as evocative to so many as the Bonneville surely is.

For 2004 a new, crisp black engine finish adds a subtle counterpoint to the existing handsome, polished aluminium option. But no matter which way the Bonneville's air-cooled 790cc twin-cylinder engine is dressed it combines a simple, timeless look with modern engineering techniques and materials. Both pistons rise and fall together – via a 360° crankshaft firing interval – so the classic feel and character of a British twin-cylinder engine is retained. To provide some modern-day civility, twin balancer-shafts add refinement.

Thus the present-day 'Bonnie' maintains a mechanical link to its distant forbears of the '60s while at the same time providing a thoroughly modern engine with plenty of power. Its engine produces 62PS (61bhp) at 7,400 rpm. Ninety percent of peak torque – a very healthy 60Nm (44.3ft.lbf) – is delivered from 2,750 rpm and maintained through to the redline, providing smooth acceleration in any of the five gears.

Electrically heated twin 36mm carburettors feed the engine and are fitted with throttle position sensors. A pair of 'peashooter' style silencers deals with spent gases and enhances the traditional look as does the triangular engine cover and left-hand side clutch casing, which are quintessentially Triumph.

The Bonneville is an easy-to-manage motorcycle, thanks to a low seat height of 775mm – 30.5-inches – and similarly low centre of gravity. The tubular steel double cradle frame and box-section swingarm are immensely strong and the steering geometry (rake and trail are 29° and 117mm respectively) provides composure at speed as well as ensuring the Bonnie needs only light input at the handlebars. Manoeuvrability in an urban environment is excellent too.

Thoroughly modern tyres – the front is a 100/90-R19, rear's a 130/80-R17 – and the braking set-up of single front 310mm disc and 255mm rear, both worked on by powerful twin-piston calipers, equates to thoroughly modern-day road-holding, handling and stopping. The Bonneville's understated, single-tone paint schemes of Jet Black or Cardinal Red (polished engine only) adds an underscore of class to its classic lines. One thing's for sure – Triumph's twin matches authenticity and tradition to the needs of modern motorcyclists. And does it in style.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2004:
 
ENGINE:  • None
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Jet Black available with polished engine covers or new black engine  • Cardinal Red
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None

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2005 Triumph Bonneville

2005 Aegean Blue Triumph Bonneville2005 Goodwood Green Triumph Bonneville2005 Triumph Bonneville Black

A modern day roadster with a tangible connection to the classic style of times gone by, the Bonneville mixes timeless British engineering with modern technology and thinking. The result is captivating.

Its air-cooled, 790cc, twin-cylinder engine offers a simple, timeless look with modern engineering techniques and materials. Both pistons rise and fall together – via a 360° crankshaft firing interval – so the classic feel and character of a British twin-cylinder engine is retained. To provide some modern-day civility twin balancer-shafts add refinement.

Thus the present-day 'Bonnie' maintains a mechanical link to its distant forbears of the '60s, while at the same time providing a thoroughly modern engine with plenty of power. Its engine produces ninety percent of peak torque – a very healthy 60Nm – at 3,500rpm and maintains this figure through to the redline, providing smooth acceleration in any of the five gears.

Twin electrically heated 36mm carburettors feed the engine and are fitted with throttle position sensors. A pair of 'peashooter' style silencers deal with spent gases and have a very traditional look, as does the triangular engine cover and left-hand side clutch casing, both quintessentially Triumph.

The Bonneville is an easy-to-manage motorcycle, thanks to a low seat height of 775mm – 30.5-inches – and similarly low centre of gravity. The tubular steel double cradle frame and box-section swingarm are immensely strong and the steering geometry (rake and trail is set at 28°/110mm) provides composure at speed as well as ensuring the Bonnie needs only light input at the handlebars.

Thoroughly modern tyres – the front is a 100/90-19, the rear a 130/80-17 – and braking set-up of single front 310mm disc and 255mm rear, both worked on by powerful twin-piston calipers give thoroughly modern-day road-holding, handling and stopping ability. Two paint options, Goodwood Green and Aegean Blue, join Jet Black for 2005. The extra option of the black engine finish and Jet Black paint of the Bonneville Black adds a subtle alternative.

The Bonneville matches authenticity and tradition to the needs of modern motorcyclists, where, in an ever more complicated world, sometimes the simple things bring the most pleasure. The Bonneville is an uncomplicated – and very real – motorcycle that blends the old and new. It appeals because it looks, feels and sounds just as a motorcycle should. There's nothing clever about that – but then maybe that's the point.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2005:
 
ENGINE:  • None
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Aegean Blue  • Goodwood Green  •Jet Black (also available with black engine finish)
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None

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2006 Triumph Bonneville

2006 Triumph Bonneville Black

A roadster with a direct connection to the heady days of 60's, the Bonneville mixes genuine British heritage with 21st century technology. Taking many cues from Triumph's past, the original was first manufactured in 1959, the Bonneville cleverly matches authenticity and tradition to modern needs and has found real relevance today with riders looking for a simple, honest and useful machine.

It's an easy to manage motorcycle, thanks to a low seat height of 775mm (30.5 inches) and similarly low centre of gravity. The sturdy frame and relaxed steering geometry provide composure at speed as well as ensuring the Bonnie needs only light input at the handlebars. Modern tyres and disc brakes front and rear add to the assured road holding, handling and stopping ability. All riders from those with little experience to those with lots appreciate the Bonneville's excellent open road manners and also its agility in jammed city streets.

The Bonnie's air cooled, 790cc parallel twin cylinder engine offers a simple, striking look coupled with modern engineering techniques and materials. Both pistons rise and fall together via a 360° crankshaft firing interval giving the distinctive feel and character of a British twin cylinder engine. The engine produces ninety percent of peak torque a very healthy 60Nm at 3,500rpm and maintains this figure through to the redline, providing smooth acceleration in any of the five gears.

Twin electrically heated 36mm carburettors feed the engine and are fitted with throttle position sensors. A pair of 'peashooter' style silencers deal with exhaust gases and have a very traditional look, as does the triangular engine cover and left*hand side clutch casing, both quintessentially Triumph.

Three paint options Aluminium Silver, Goodwood Green and Jet Black are available. The extra option of the black engine finish with the Jet Black paint adds a subtle alternative.

The Bonneville's a stylish way to cover the urban landscape and is equally at home blatting down a leafy country lane on a Sunday ride out. It has a lineage few models can match and a tangible credibility. All of which makes the Bonneville as relevant today as it's always been.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2006:
 
ENGINE:  • None
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Aluminium Silver  • Goodwood Green  •Jet Black (also available with black engine)
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None

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2007 Triumph Bonneville

2007 Aluminium Silver Triumph Bonneville2007 Triumph Bonneville Black2007 Goodwood Green Triumph Bonneville

A true roadster in every sense of the word, the Bonneville matches classic British style to 21st century technology. This pairing of authenticity with modernity has led the Bonneville to become an icon in its own right; world famous designer Paul Smith personally designed a signature series of Bonnies, with accessories to match. Our sixty8 range, which includes hand crafted laptop bags, iPod holders and a series of unique custom*painted tank covers, are all useful and stylish additions.

For 2007 the Bonneville has an increased engine size of 865cc. This latest model also comes with a black engine and polished, lacquered engine covers and a span adjustment clutch lever.

The Bonneville has excellent road manners and great agility in jammed city streets. The Bonneville's road holding, handling and stopping ability is crisp, composed and confidence inspiring. The braking set*up of single front 310mm disc and 255mm rear, both worked on by powerful twin*piston calipers offers sensitivity and control.

The Bonneville's a great way to cover the urban landscape and equally at home blatting down a leafy country lane on a Sunday ride out.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2007:
• Increased engine capacity from 790cc to 865cc
• Black engine with polished and lacquered covers
• Adjustable clutch and front brake levers
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin, 360º firing interval • Twin carburettors
• Capacity 865cc • TPS and electric heaters
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1 • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Bore/Stroke 86 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 67PS (66bhp) at 7,200rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chainClutch Wet, multi-plate • Maximum Torque 71Nm (52ft.lbf) at 6,000rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2230mm (87.8in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (Handlebars) 840mm (33.1in) • Wheels - Front, 36-spoke, 19 x 2.5in. Rear, 40-spoke, 17 x 3.5in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R19 100/90, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.in) • Front - 41mm forks, Rear - twin shocks, adjustable pre-load
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Rake/Trail - 28º/110mm                 Rear,  Single 285mm disc, 2 piston caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 16.6 litres (4.4 gal US)  
• Wheelbase 1500mm (59.1in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Aluminium Silver  • Jet Black  • Goodwood Green  • Bonneville Black
 
ACCESSORIES:  • None

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2008 Triumph Bonneville

2008 Aluminium Silver Triumph Bonneville

A true roadster, the Bonneville matches classic British style to 21st century technology. This pairing of authenticity with modernity has led the Bonneville to become an icon in its own right with several famous designers creating their own signature tank designs. A cool way to cover the urban landscape; the Bonneville is agile in jammed streets and at home blatting down a leafy country lane. It has a pedigree few models can match plus a tangible credibility within today's motorcycling world.

The Bonneville's air-cooled, parallel twin cylinder engine offers a cubic capacity of 865cc for excellent midrange torque. Both pistons rise and fall together via a 360° crankshaft firing interval so the classic character of a British twin-cylinder engine is retained, whilst twin balancer shafts provide civility and refinement. 90% of peak torque is maintained from around 2500rpm through to redline providing smooth, effortless acceleration throughout the five gears.

For 2008 the Bonneville is updated with a new fuel injection system to meet forthcoming Euro 3 legislation. Cleaner running than a carburettor engine, the fuel injected engine is also easier to fire up from a cold start and runs more smoothly when cold. The cool retro styling remains uncompromised though, as the fuel injectors are cleverly concealed by throttle bodies designed to look like carburettors.

A pair of classically styled peashooter silencers handle the exhaust gases and enhance the retro feel of the bike. The Bonneville's low seat height (775mm/30.5inches) and similarly low centre of gravity, make it a manageable motorcycle that all riders – ranging from those with little experience to those with lots – can appreciate. The tubular steel double cradle frame and box-section swingarm are incredibly strong and the relaxed steering geometry allows composure at speed as well as ensuring the Bonnie needs only light input at the handlebars.

SPECIFICATIONS FOR 2008:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2230mm (87.8in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 740mm (29.11in) • Wheels - Front, 36 Spoke 19 x 2.5in, Rear, 40 Spoke 17 x 3.5in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R19 100/90, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake/29º Trail/117mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 16 litres (3.5 gal)                  Rear,  Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Wheelbase 1500mm (59.1in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Claret  • Fusion White  • Aluminium Silver  • Jet Black (with black engine)
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 4000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2009 Triumph Bonneville

2009 Jet Black Triumph Bonneville

A legend was born the day the Triumph Bonneville was named to commemorate a Triumph breaking the motorcycle speed record on the famous Bonneville Salt Flats. Synonymous with the rebellion and independence of its heyday, today's Bonneville is powered by a fuel injected, air cooled, 865cc parallel twin that still delivers that unique Triumph sound and feeling.

New for 2009, the Bonneville gets an authentic 70's look that's sure to appeal to riders of all ages and experience. New 17" cast wheels sharpen the handling whilst the short front and rear mudguards, white Triumph branding on the lower and narrower seat and upswept megaphone style silencers are pure 70's styling and give a fresh sportier look. A legendary classic that has matured over the years but still remains true to its original roots.

Features & Benefits
Engine - The Bonneville features a fuel injection system designed for clean running and to meet forthcoming Euro 3 legislation. The retro styling remains uncompromised though, as the fuel injectors are cleverly concealed by throttle bodies designed to look like traditional carbs.
Wheels - The Bonneville sports stylish new lightweight 17" cast alloy wheels for 2009, creating an all new look and improving the bike's agility and low speed handling characteristics.
Exhaust System - Stylish megaphone exhausts mimic those sported by the raciest bikes in the 1970s.
Brakes - The braking set-up of single front 310mm disc and 255mm rear, both worked on by powerful twin-piston calipers, offers sensitivity, control and ample stopping power.
Seat - The 2009 Bonneville's comfortable seat now features the classic Triumph logo printed in white, while the saddle itself is 25mm lower than on previous models. Combined with a revised riding position, the latest Bonneville provides a more relaxed and accessible ride than ever before.
Chassis - The Bonneville's low seat height (751mm/29.5inches) and equally low centre of gravity, make it a manageable motorcycle that all riders – ranging from those with little experience to those with lots – can appreciate. The tubular steel double cradle frame is incredibly strong while offering light and precise handling.

SPECIFICATION CHANGES FOR 2009:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal)  
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Fusion White  • Jet Black
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2009 Triumph Bonneville SE

2009 Jet Black Triumph Bonneville SE2009 Jet Black Triumph Bonneville SE

A pedigree that few models can match.

Just like the Bonneville, the Bonneville SE gets a distinctive 70's look of its own, but with the addition of special equipment to really set it apart. A matching speedo and tacho set, polished alloy engine covers on the blacked out engine and a raised metal Triumph tank badge are added to the Bonneville's distinctive styling. The new cast wheels, upswept silencers, 'shortie' mudguards and new lower and narrower seat with white Triumph logo are shared with the new Bonneville.

There's even a twin colour paint scheme available to go with that classic twin sound. The result is pure Bonneville with a real retro sporty look, just more of it.

Features & Benefits

Features & Benefits
Engine - The Bonneville features a fuel injection system designed for clean running and to meet forthcoming Euro 3 legislation. The retro styling remains uncompromised though, as the fuel injectors are cleverly concealed by throttle bodies designed to look like traditional carbs.
Wheels - The Bonneville sports stylish new lightweight 17" cast alloy wheels for 2009, creating an all new look and improving the bike's agility and low speed handling characteristics.
Exhaust System - Stylish megaphone exhausts mimic those sported by the raciest bikes in the 1970s.
Brakes - The braking set-up of single front 310mm disc and 255mm rear, both worked on by powerful twin-piston calipers, offers sensitivity, control and ample stopping power.
Seat - The 2009 Bonneville's comfortable seat now features the classic Triumph logo printed in white, while the saddle itself is 25mm lower than on previous models. Combined with a revised riding position, the latest Bonneville provides a more relaxed and accessible ride than ever before.
Chassis - The Bonneville's low seat height (751mm/29.5inches) and equally low centre of gravity, make it a manageable motorcycle that all riders – ranging from those with little experience to those with lots – can appreciate. The tubular steel double cradle frame is incredibly strong while offering light and precise handling.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2009:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal)  
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Pacific Blue/Fusion White  • Jet Black
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2009 Triumph Bonneville T100 50th Anniversary Edition

2009 Meriden Blue/Exotic Orange Triumph T100 50th Anniversary Edition

Based on the standard Bonneville T100, the Triumph Bonneville T100 50th Anniversary pays homage to its 1959 namesake with a unique paint scheme and exclusive extras. Each Bonneville 50th Anniversary will come in a special two-tone Meriden Blue/Exotic Orange combination, complemented with hand painted gold pinstripes. The livery echoes the 'Tangerine Dream' design that proved such a talking point on the 1959 originals.

Only 650 Bonneville T100 50th Anniversary edition bikes will be produced, echoing the engine capacity of the original Bonneville, and each will be individually numbered and identified with a brass plate on the handlebar clamp. In addition, each bike comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by John Bloor, owner of Triumph Motorcycles Ltd. Other features of the Bonneville 50th Anniversary include a unique seat with white piping and a gold Triumph logo, special Bonneville 50th Anniversary logos on the side panels and a chromed cam cover.

Features & Benefits

  • New 17-inch cast alloy front wheel
  • Thruxton mudguards and megaphone silencers
  • 1" lowered seat height
  • Handlebars closer to the rider for a more relaxed position
  • Upgraded instrument panel
  • Chromed tank badges
  • Brushed alloy engine casings

SPECIFICATION FOR 2009:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal)  
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Meriden Blue/Exotic Orange
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2010 Triumph Bonneville

2010 Jet Black Triumph Bonneville

The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. An evolution.

With the latest Triumph Bonneville you're riding over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the definitive 'proper' motorcycle, this iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more accessible thanks to its low and narrow seat, clean and efficient fuel-injected engine and lightweight 17" alloy wheels for even sharper handling.

The engine is bang up to date too. An air-cooled parallel-twin as only a Bonneville can be, the 865cc unit employs modern fuel injection technology for clean running and excellent economy, with that sound and feel that only a Triumph delivers. With its cast wheels, short mudguards and simple black or white colour schemes, the look is pure 70s. Modern engineering with a classic style. The Bonneville delivers a pure and unadulterated experience for riders of all ages.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2010:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal)  
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Fusion White  • Jet Black
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2010 Triumph Bonneville SE

2010 Pacific Blue/Fusion White Triumph Bonneville SE

Extra pure Bonneville.

Named after Triumph's world speed record breaking exploits in the 1950s. Brought right up to date with the latest 21st century engineering. The SE takes the standard Bonneville and adds that little bit more. Matching tacho and speedo, polished engine casings and a traditional chrome Triumph tank badge give the SE a look of its own, with an optional two-tone colour scheme delivering an even more individual look.

Great in the city, great on the open road. With its low seat height, easy-going 865cc parallel twin and lightweight alloy wheels, the Bonneville SE takes the legend to an all new audience. Short mudguards front and rear, upswept megaphone silencers and cast alloy wheels give the Bonneville SE a retro '70s look, but thumb the starter and you've got a thoroughly modern interpretation of the classic British twin at your disposal. Good design and quality engineering never go out of fashion. Neither does the Bonneville SE.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2010:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal)  
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Pacific Blue/Fusion White  • Jet Black
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2010 Triumph Bonneville 60 / 1960 Anniversary Edition


2010 Meridan Blue/Caspian Blue Triumph Bonneville 1960 Anniversary Edition

Only 600 units of this commemorative edition of the 1960 Bonneville will be built, 100 of which will come to North America. Each motorcycle features two-tone Meriden and Caspian Blue paint, a numbered handlebar clamp plaque and a certificate of authenticity.

Timeless 60s styling. 21st century engineering. 100% Bonneville.

The classic Triumph. Parallel-twin, spoked wheels and lashings of quality chrome. The T100 is our modern interpretation of the classic Bonnevilles that ruled the roost back in the 1960s. Twin pea-shooter exhausts, two-tone paint and that Triumph embossed seat say 'classic British motorcycle' but while the T100 may look like its come straight out of 'the day', the technology and ride experience most definitely do not.

The 865cc engine, an air-cooled parallel twin of course, is fitted with up to date fuel injection for clean and efficient running and the suspension and brakes are bang up to date too, so you won't sacrifice today's technology with your taste of yesterday. Biking the way it was. And how it is today.

Features & Benefits
Overview - The Bonneville was first introduced in 1959, although the 1960 Bonneville T120 was commonly regarded as a more handsome creation than the earliest models thanks to its classic blue and grey colour scheme, blade style mudguard and integrated headlamp/instrument nacelle.
Two-tone paint scheme - Inspired by the classic colour scheme of the 1960 incarnation of Triumph's most famous model, the Bonneville Sixty is a limited run of 650 T100s featuring a unique two-tone Meriden Blue/Caspian Blue combination.
Pin Stripes - The paint finish has hand-painted pinstripes that give a premium finish.
Authenticity Plaque - To add to the Bonneville Sixty's limited edition appeal, each motorcycle comes with a numbered plaque on the handlebar clamp and an individual certificate of authenticity.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2010:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, 36-spoke, 19 x 2.5in, Rear, 40-spoke, 17 x 3.5in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front 100/90 19, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 28º & Trail = 110mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal)  
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Meridan Blue/Caspian Blue
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2011 Triumph Bonneville

2011 Jet Black Triumph Bonneville2011 Fusion White Triumph Bonneville

The Bonneville. Say no more.

The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. Over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the authentic 'proper' motorcycle. This iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more appealing now thanks to its modern specification, low seat, clean fuel-injected 865cc engine and lightweight 17 inch alloys for even sharper handling. Stirs the heart, not the wallet.

The engine is bang up to date too. An air-cooled parallel-twin as only a Bonneville can be, the 865cc unit employs modern fuel injection technology for clean running and excellent fuel economy, with that sound and feel that only a Triumph delivers. With its cast wheels, short mudguards and simple black or white color schemes, the look is pure 70's. Modern engineering with a classic style. The Bonneville delivers a pure and unadulterated experience for riders of all ages.

The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. An evolution.

With the latest Triumph Bonneville you're riding over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the definitive 'proper' motorcycle, this iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more accessible thanks to its low and narrow seat, clean and efficient fuel-injected engine and lightweight 17 inch alloy wheels for even sharper handling. An air-cooled parallel-twin as only a Bonneville can be, the 865cc unit employs modern fuel injection technology for clean running and excellent economy.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2011:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal) • Instrument Display/Functions Analogue speedometer with digital odometer and trip information
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Fusion White  • Jet Black
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2011 Triumph Bonneville SE

2011 Intense Orange/Phantom Black Triumph Bonneville SE2011 Pacific Blue/Fusion White Triumph Bonneville SE

Bonneville SE. Extra pure Bonneville.

Take a Bonneville. Spec up. Enjoy. The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. Over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the authentic 'proper' motorcycle. This iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more appealing thanks to its modern specification, low seat, fuel-injected 865cc engine and lightweight 17 inch alloys for even sharper handling. SE adds that little bit more: matching tacho and speedo, polished engine covers and traditional chrome tank badge. Optional two tone paint scheme with hand painted pinstripe.

Great in the city. Great on the open road. With its low seat height, easy-going 865cc parallel twin and lightweight alloy wheels, the Bonneville SE takes the legend to an all new audience. Short fenders front and rear, upswept megaphone pipes and cast alloy wheels give the Bonneville SE a retro '70s look, but thumb the starter and you've got a thoroughly modern interpretation of the classic British twin at your disposal.

Good design and quality engineering never go out of fashion. Neither does the Bonneville SE.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2011:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal) • Instrument Display/Functions Analogue speedometer and tachometer with digital odometer and trip information
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Phantom Black  • Intense Orange/Phantom Black  • Pacific Blue/Fusion White
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2012 Triumph Bonneville

2012 Aurum Gold Triumph Bonneville2012 Phantom Black Triumph Bonneville

The Bonneville. Say no more.

The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. Over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the authentic 'proper' motorcycle. This iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more appealing now thanks to its modern specification, low seat, clean fuel-injected 865cc engine and lightweight 17 inch alloys for even sharper handling. Stirs the heart, not the wallet.

The engine is bang up to date too. An air-cooled parallel-twin as only a Bonneville can be, the 865cc unit employs modern fuel injection technology for clean running and excellent fuel economy, with that sound and feel that only a Triumph delivers. With its cast wheels, short mudguards and simple black or white color schemes, the look is pure 70's. Modern engineering with a classic style. The Bonneville delivers a pure and unadulterated experience for riders of all ages.

The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. An evolution.

With the latest Triumph Bonneville you're riding over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the definitive 'proper' motorcycle, this iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more accessible thanks to its low and narrow seat, clean and efficient fuel-injected engine and lightweight 17 inch alloy wheels for even sharper handling. An air-cooled parallel-twin as only a Bonneville can be, the 865cc unit employs modern fuel injection technology for clean running and excellent economy.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2012:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal) • Instrument Display/Functions Analogue speedometer with digital odometer and trip information
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Phantom Black  • Aurum Gold
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2012 Triumph Bonneville SE

2012 Pacific Blue/Fusion White Triumph Bonneville SE2012 Phantom Black Triumph Bonneville SE

Bonneville SE. Extra pure Bonneville.

Take a Bonneville. Spec up. Enjoy. The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. Over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the authentic 'proper' motorcycle. This iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more appealing thanks to its modern specification, low seat, fuel-injected 865cc engine and lightweight 17 inch alloys for even sharper handling.

SE adds that little bit more: matching tacho and speedo, polished engine covers and traditional chrome tank badge. Optional two tone paint scheme with hand painted pinstripe. Polished aluminium engine covers and chromed tank badges give the Bonneville SE that premium look while the addition of a tachometer lets the rider match perfectly the engine speed to gear selection.

There's also the choice of traditional two-tone paintwork options with a hand painted pinstriping, for riders who want maximum retro from their steed. Otherwise the Bonneville SE retains all that is good about the standard model, with its 17" alloy wheels, megaphone silencers, short mudguards and low seat for maximum accessibility and minimum fuss.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2012:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal) • Instrument Display/Functions Analogue speedometer with digital odometer and trip information
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Phantom Black   • Intense Orange/Phantom Black   • Pacific Blue/Fusion White
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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2013 Triumph Bonneville

2013 Purple/White Triumph Bonneville

The Bonneville. Say no more.

The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. Over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the authentic 'proper' motorcycle. This iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more appealing now thanks to its modern specification, low seat, clean fuel-injected 865cc engine and lightweight 17 inch alloys for even sharper handling. Stirs the heart, not the wallet.

The engine is bang up to date too. An air-cooled parallel-twin as only a Bonneville can be, the 865cc unit employs modern fuel injection technology for clean running and excellent fuel economy, with that sound and feel that only a Triumph delivers. With its cast wheels, short mudguards and simple black or white color schemes, the look is pure 70's. Modern engineering with a classic style. The Bonneville delivers a pure and unadulterated experience for riders of all ages.

The most famous name in motorcycling. A legend. An evolution.

With the latest Triumph Bonneville you're riding over 50 years of engineering excellence. A thoroughly modern interpretation of the definitive 'proper' motorcycle, this iconic symbol of rebellion and independence is even more accessible thanks to its low and narrow seat, clean and efficient fuel-injected engine and lightweight 17 inch alloy wheels for even sharper handling. An air-cooled parallel-twin as only a Bonneville can be, the 865cc unit employs modern fuel injection technology for clean running and excellent economy.

SPECIFICATION FOR 2013:
 
ENGINE: FUEL & IGNITION SYSTEM:
• Air-cooled, DOHC, 360º parallel twin • Multipoint Sequential EFI
• Capacity 865cc • Ignition Digital - inductive type
• Compression Ratio 9.2:1  
• Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm  
 
TRANSMISSION: PERFORMANCE:
• Primary - Drive Gear • Maximum Power 68PS (67bhp) at 7,500rpm
• Final Drive - X ring chain • Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft-lbf) at 5,800rpm
• Gearbox 5-speed • measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020
• Clutch - Wet, multi-plate  
 
DIMENSIONS: CYCLE PARTS:
• Length 2141mm (84.3in) • Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
• Width (handlebars) 747mm (29.4in) • Wheels - Front, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.0 in, Rear, cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17x3.5 in
• Seat Height 775mm (30.5in) • Tyres - Front R17 110/70, Rear R17 130/80
• Height 1100mm (43.3in) • Front Suspension - Kayaba 41mm forks, 120mm travel
• Weight (Dry) 205kg (451lb) • Rear Suspension - Kayaba twin shocks, adjustable pre-load, 106mm rear wheel travel
• Rake = 27º & Trail = 106mm • Brakes - Front, Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
                Rear, Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper
• Fuel Tank Capacity 19 litres (4.2 gal) • Instrument Display/Functions Analogue speedometer with digital odometer and trip information
• Wheelbase 1453mm (57.2in)  
 
COLOUR OPTIONS:  • Purple/White  • Phantom Black  • Aurum Gold
 
WARRANTY:  • 2 years, unlimted mileage SERVICE INTERVAL:  • 6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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