Those not entirely familiar with British motorcycles still know what a Triumph Bonneville is. The Triumph Bonneville we know today is part of the third generation, debuting precisely 20 years ago in 2001. The nameplate Bonneville carries the weight of brand history, with Triumph first releasing the Bonneville motorcycle as a 650cc parallel-twin motorcycle in 1959. For 2021, Triumph has updated its range of the Bonneville family of motorcycles to offer a seat for any rider’s lifestyle.
The 2021 Triumph Bonneville lineup starts with the remastered classic T100 offering ten more horsepower from its 900cc engine for 2021. The bigger T120 is still flexing the same 85-hp from its 1200cc parallel-twin engine but gains Brembo brakes and cruise control as standard. Customers looking for a set of handlebars with a little more attitude can opt for the 2021 Triumph Bonneville Bobber with new 16-inch wheels and Bad To The Bone styling. The Bonneville Speedmaster offers vintage-heavy-bike styling and grand-touring cruising with 77-hp from its 1200cc engine. The Triumph Bonneville Thruxton RS serves as the ideal vehicle for the café racer in the family. Finally, Triumph’s best-seller, the 900cc powered Bonneville Street Twin, is an urban daily rider bike with 64-hp at the turn of a wrist. This new lineup of Triumph Bonneville motorcycles will be sold globally and is set to arrive at dealers as early as spring 2021.
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