Inspired by the legendary 1959 Bonneville and styled to incorporate the original’s iconic features, the new Bonneville T120 reaches a whole new level of detailing, quality and finish — including deep chrome multi-piece Triumph tank badges, grab rail and innovative twin-skinned chrome exhaust headers and peashooter style silencers.
The Bonnie DNA evolved from the TR6 Trophy and has persisted through three generations, and a few different factory owners, since the original came out in 1959. The Bonneville T100 has a low-speed 900HT engine that delivers generous torque at low speeds, as well as enough power to turn it into a credible casual sculptor.
Under the classic look is a completely modern motorcycle. The engine with eight T100 valves is injected with fuel, the injectors are camouflaged by an aluminum cap and liquid cooled (the radiator is discreetly placed between the frame steel frames).
After setting a world speed record in 1956 which lasted for almost six years, the British firm started, three years later, to produce a model honoring that accomplishment, in the embodiment of the Bonneville. Now, more than fifty years later, the Hinckley-based firm have released a special edition in remembrance of that iconic achievement.
The 2015 MY Triumph Bonneville T214 Land Speed LE features a hand painted Caspian Blue/ Pure White color scheme, with red and white chequer details. The white star motif on the front mudguard is the same as the one on the Triumph machine to set the world record. Other details, like the blacked out rims, handlebars and rear suspension springs add to the custom-like appearance of the bike.
Another special edition of the Bonneville has been released by the British from Triumph, this time in the embodiment of the 2015 MY Bonneville T100 Spirit Special Edition. Sporting the same features as the base T100, this model comes with a special Spirit Blue/ New England White two-tone paint scheme on the fuel tank and the rear mudguard, plus decorative stitching on the seat cover and a Jet Black paint on the side panels and the front mudguard.
In honor of one of the last Bonnevilles to leave the Meriden production line, in 1982, the T140w TSS, Triumph have released a 2015 MY Bonneville T100 Special Edition, with its looks inspired from that iconic motorcycle. Sporting the same features and technologies in all the Bonneville family, like spoked wheels, peashooter exhausts and chrome engine covers, this Special Edition has a Jet Black and Lunar Silver two-tone paint, combined with livery on the tank and side panels.
For riders who want a more consistent, even sober look on their classic motorcycle, the engineers from the Hinckley firm have released the 2015 MY Triumph Bonneville T100 Black. It sports the same engine and technologies found on the base T100, but the aesthetics have been made to look more "whole" by going with a metallic black paint all-over, accentuated with chrome finishes on the caps.
The Hinckley firm have done it again. Offering 60's classic looks and overall feel in combination with modern technologies and safety features, the 2015 MY Triumph Bonneville T100 is a machine worthy to carry on the 50 year old heritage that comes with this model.
The machine sports a four-stroke, air-cooled, 865cc, parallel twin cylinder engine, mated to a reliable five-speed manual transmission. The powerplant can produce a sufficient 68 horsepower and 68 Nm of torque, more than enough for every scenario a classic-looking bike would encounter, combined with the fuel-efficiency and safety features of a modern engine.
With a design to honor the annual Tridays festival in Austria, the 2015 MY Triumph Bonneville Newchurch Special Edition offers a cheaper alternative for riders who want a classic bike with custom looks and all the perks and safety features modern technologies can offer. Taking a base Bonneville, with the same 60's style powerplant, and stripping away all of the chrome and replacing it with blacked-out accents, plus a two-tone color paintjob, and the end result is a custom-looking machine with the price tag of a factory model.
Dependable and durable, as all of the Hinckley firm models are, this machine can satisfy a wide variety of riders, from novice to seasoned ones, from the youngest to the more mature, it has the complete package to ensure that every owner of this fine machine will ride it with pride, no matter the situation.
Successfully combining classic looks and modern technologies and safety features, it is no wonder the 2015 MY Triumph Bonneville is one of the most sought after models from the Hinckley firm. The looks of the bike are all centered around the reliable, parallel twin-cylinder engine, designed to resemble as much as possible the powerplants one would find on a 60's Bonneville but with all the advantages of a modern engine.
The Bonneville is a true all-rounder, suitable for novice and seasoned riders, alike. The comfortable, classic riding position also means that it can accommodate riders of varying inseams, and the handlebars and footrests have been positioned so the rider will always be comfortable, even on longer hauls.
The classic-looking Bonneville T100 with an all-black color, enriched with chrome accents. For those riders who prefer a simple, yet, powerful and well-defined look on their classic machines, the Hinckley firm have launched the 2014 MY Triumph Bonneville T100 Black.
Sporting the same four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 865cc, parallel twin engine as the base T100, you know it doesn't only look the part, it can also do the part.
Wire-spoked wheels, a flat seat, peashooter exhausts, chrome engine covers and a classic two-tone paint are the most prominent features that catch your eye in the 2014 MY Triumph Bonneville T100. Add to all of these a retro-looking twin parallel engine but with all the perks of modern technologies, such as the electronic injection made to look like twin carburetors, that produces 66 horsepower and 60 Nm of torque, and you get a recipe for success.
British reliability and durability with a classic American, brawny look. That's what you get if you decide to acquire one of the Hinckley's firm most praised models.
When one is looking for a machine that successfully combines classic looks with modern technologies and safety features, it doesn't get much better than the 2014 MY Triumph Bonneville. With over 50 years of heritage in its back, this machine has some pretty big shoes to fill.
The two-wheeler sports a reliable, air-cooled, four-stroke, 865cc, parallel twin powerplant that produces 68 horsepower and 68 Nm of torque. The engine dominates the overall looks of the bike, being designed especially to resemble the old Bonneville engines, but with all the modern technologies the Brits have developed to this day.
For fans of Triumph machines with a more custom look, the Hinckley firm have released the 2013 MY Bonneville Special Edition, with an almost stunning aesthetic impact thanks to a new color-scheme, which will ensure your ride will stand out from the flock in almost any gathering of bikes.
It has the same engine/chassis package as the base Bonnesville, the only differences being in the visual department; differences such as the red frame, the Matte Black and Cranberry Red color scheme, a new headlight, similar to the one on the Thruxton, and a rear black pillion grab rail. These differences really make the Special Edition of the Bonneville a sight for sore eyes.
The Special Edition Bonneville is one of the most beautiful Bonnies ever designed, with the fiery red frame and racing stripe making an awesome contrast with the matte black livery. A classic bike par excellence, though loaded with plenty of modern technologies, the Special Edition also boasts contrast cut aluminium rims shod with sporty tires eliminating any possibility to mistake this bike for an usual Bonnie.
The only flaw for this bike is that it will be a limited run. Hopefully, its success will inspire Triumph to make more SE models in the future.
The 2012 Bonneville T100 boasts the classic sixties design, with lush chrome accents over the impeccable paint and a timeless attire which simply cannot go out of fashion. However, behind the retro looks, the T100 Bonnie is modern machine, with the present day technologies carefully disguised as classic parts.
The fuel injection is housed in what appears to be a traditional carburetor, and the pushrods are also fake, for the sake of looks only. However, the injected mill comes with convenient electric start and plenty of nerve for great fun, both as a daily commuter and a weekend getaway.
The 2012 iteration of the classic Bonneville carries on the amazing Triumph heritage and brings forth a nifty combination of ageless motorcycle design and updated technology to make rides more fun and safer. While packing enough power to provides seasoned riders with quite a rewarding experience, the 2012 Bonneville also brings a low seat which makes even less experienced ones feel comfortably in control.
Triumph disguised the fuel injection system behind a classic look carburetor design to keep the Bonneville in the retro zone from an aesthetic point of view. A glorious platform for customization, the Bonneville also comes with multiple optional accessories to expand functionality and enhance the looks.
The 2011 model-year Bonneville is inspired from the famous bikes of the 1970s and blends in thoroughly modern engineering. The air-cooled 865cc power plant is a modern design but styled to look like a authentic parallel-twin of the 1960s The higher specification Bonneville SE adds a tachometer, chromed tank badge and brushed alloy engine cases. The standard model comes with metallic paint as standard for 2011, with Phantom Black and Crystal White options, while the Bonneville SE
is available in Phantom Black or two dual color alternatives: Intense Orange with Phantom Black or Pacific Blue with Fusion White.
The 2010 Bonneville SE is a glorious blend between the modern and the classic Bonnies. Namely, it mixes the neo-retro cues of the base Bonneville with the 60's styling accents of the T100, and the resulting bike oozes British character.
Add in the megaphone upswept exhausts, a shorty front fender, contrast cut wheels, a tachometer, chromed tank badge and brushed alloy engine cases for an even more authentic excursion in the motorcycling history. Too bad these SE Bonnies are limited runs...
It has been more than half a century since the Triumph Bonneville came into being, and it's since then this bike makes riders happy and inspires generation after generation. The Bonnie still evokes the classic bikes in the golden era of motorcycling, but the technology has gone a long way.
This modern reinterpretation of the classic British parallel twin now comes with fuel injection cleverly disguised as a traditional carburetor and is actually many times better and more dependable than the bikes of old. Exceptional as an urban bike, the 2010 Bonneville is also the perfect classic getaway for the weekend and even more.
The 2010 Bonneville SE is a marvelous piece of retro bike design mixed with present day engineering, a two-wheeler which not only brings back the good old days of biking, but which also carries on a most amazing manufacturer heritage. Faithful to the design of the bikes in the late 50's, the Bonneville SE birngs in the acclaimed two-tone paint, the large chrome tank badge, polished engine cases and retro instrumentation.
On the tech side, it comes with EFI cleverly disguised as traditional carbs, contrast cut cast wheels, updated brakes and a lower seat which only makes it more confidence-inspiring for more riders.
With a history which goes back more than 50 years, the Triumph Bonneville is a surprising presence on every street. It brings a lot of modern day technologies but the overall looks are just like any other classic bike dreams about. Even if this Bonnie looks like a traditional carbureted one, the carbs cleverly hide the throttle bodies and injectors.
The bike comes with a convenient 2-up seat for sharing the riding pleasure with a passenger and can be as good a weekend getaway as it is a great bike for urban commuting.
A homage to the 1959 T100, the 2008 Bonneville T100 50th Anniversary Edition is a bike which brings back the lush details of the retro Triumph machines, and comes in a sizzling hot two-tone combination of Meriden Blue and Exotic Orange. Add in the rich chrome details and be sure this bike will turn quite a lot of heads.
Hand-painted gold pinstripes, individual numbering and a brass plate on the handlebar clamp, the 2008 Bonneville T100 50th Anniversary Edition bikes are a distinct presence. And with only 650 such machines ever made, we're looking at motorcycle history in the making.
The 2008 Bonneville SE brings in the same 70's attire of the base Bonnie, but with several upgrades on the visual side, to make it stand from the crowd. This new Bonnie receives matching tacho and speedometer gauges, polished alloy engine covers nicely contrasting with the blacked out engine and a bold Triumph tank badge.
At the same time, the bike was loaded with new cast wheels in contrast cut design, upswept silencers, a lower and narrower seat and the classic shortie front fender. The fuel injection system is cleverly disguised as a traditional carburetor setup, for an even neater retro look.
For 2007 model year, the engine was displacing 865 cc and this is basically the most important change in the bike’s modern history.The 2008 Bonneville is a sporty standard, updated with all state-of-the-art modern components and built for a modern ride. The Bonneville comes equipped with a 865cc, 8-valve engine. A perfect bike for cruising local cafes or heading down the highway, the Triumph Bonneville is ready for your next adventure.
Triumph Bonneville was one of the stars of the two wheels industry. The original T100 Bonneville was launched in 1959 as a high-performance, dual-carburetor version of Triumph's existing 650cc twin and named after the record-breaking feats on the Bonneville Salt Flats by Johnny Allen. It was followed by the T120, which was a huge hit for Triumph, until production ceased in 1983.
The T100 suffix stands for the most retro design the Triumph modern classics can ever show. The Bonneville T100 brings back the laced wheels, large chrome tank badges, the pea-shooter exhausts and chromed out engine cases, generous front fender with wire supports and plenty of chrome accents all over the bike. Add in the sweet two-tone color schemes and you're all set for a classic ride in retro style with modern tech and nerve.
The 2007 Bonneville captures the essence of more than half a century of roadster excellence and blends it with modern-technology. The Bonnie is the urban machine of choice, but it will serve its owner as a trustworthy ride for weekend getaways, too. Nimble and comfortable, the 2007 Bonnie delivers over 90% of its torque above 2500 rpm for maximal enjoyment.
The low seat makes it great for less robust riders and even ladies, while the predictable power deployment adds to the confidence side. The dual carbs come with throttle position sensors and electric heaters, for flawless performance during cold days.
The Bonneville America was introduced in 2003, the America is a cruiser version of the Bonneville retro standard. It gets pullback handlebars, a teardrop gas tank, raked-out front end and a low seat. This bike has a bigger displacement than before as it is now 865 cc and now features appearance enhancing and functional reverse cone mufflers.
When it comes to the T100 suffix, you know classic 60's looks are in the game, and the 2006 Triumph iteration of the old-school Bonnie is no exception. Peashooter silencers, laced wheels, a flowing design with lush lines and excellent rideability, the 2006 Bonneville T100 is a head-turning presence anywhere it shows up.
Add in the two-tone paint schemes and awesome chrome engine covers for an even classier livery, and prepare to enjoy the attire bikes had half a century ago, but backed with modern technology.
A true roadster par excellence, the 2006 Triumph Bonneville carries on the half century-long heritage, building on a proven platform and improving it with each model year. The new Bonnie gets a displacement hike and now the engine packs 865cc, a nifty upgrade from the former 790cc mark. The mill also comes with black, lacquered covers for a more distinguished attire.
The bike also receives an adjustable clutch lever for more riding comfort and less fatigue during city rides. A bike that's equally fun as a commuter as it is for weekend (or longer) getaways, the 2006 Bonneville can also be customized with a wide range of classic OEM accessories.
The 2005 Bonneville T100 Union Flag with Naked Lady is another one-off Paul Smith creation, a bike customized to match the existing line-up of unique Bonnies. They have been created to complement the new Triumph by Paul Smith collection of accessories and jeans wear.
Unfortunately, you'll never get to own one, unless you spot such a bike in an auction: they have become collectors items the very moment they've been showcased and the chances to see one rolling down the street are very small.
If it wasn't for the alligator-like pattern seat, the 2005 Triumh Bonneville T100 Multi-Stripe could easily pass as the perfect hippie Bonnie. However, this machine bear the styling signature of Paul Smith, and was created as a one-off project to complement the existing line of similar unique bikes.
These on-off Bonnies are a match for the Triumph by Paul Smith collection of accessories and jeans wear, and have become an instant sought after collectors item. Consider yourself very lucky to see one rolling down the street, let alone owning one.
In case you though that Paul Smith's 2005 Triumph Bonneville T100 Chequer was a peculiar Bonnie, then prepare for something even more radical: the Multi-Chequer version, adding colors to the old pattern, for yet another one-off bike.
The 2005 Bonneville T100 Multi-Chequer is also a one-off motorcycle and unless it surfaces in some auction, there chances to see it rolling down the street are technically very close to zero.
While most of the custom Triumph Bonneville machines out there are usually painted in sober, retro colors, and some even get some very nifty steampunk accents, the 2005 Bonneville T100 Chequer is something completely different.
This surprisingly classy bike is part of the Triumph by Paul Smith collection and is a one-off machine. An instant collectors item, this bike proudly displays its checkered pattern in a nifty contrast with the bright British flag design on the side covers. You'll most likely never meet this bike, let alone get to ride it, but the pain scheme is worth reproducing.
Feel like getting your hands on the 2005 Bonneville T100 Slogan-Paisley? Good for you, but the truth is that you'll most likely never get to ride this bike, as it is a one-off custom Bonnie in the Paul Smith collection.
Triumph commissioned several unique bikes to match the new accessories and jeans wear collection by Paul Smith. Basically, you get all the nifty character and looks of the T100, plus the extra styling.. in case you run into this bike at an auction, or so.
The 2005 Bonneville T100 Multi-Swirl is yet another one-off Bonnie customized by Paul Smith, an instant collectible we'll most likely never get to see on the streets any time soon.
However, the purpose of the bike is not to make us sigh, but to enjoy this explosion of happy colors and hippie styling. Some tie-dye pattern could have been a better choice for the tank, but even so, one thing is clear: the Bonneville T100 Multi-Swirl will turn a lot of heads!
The 2005 Bonneville T100 Multi-Roundel is one more exclusive custom, limited-run Triumph in the Paul Smith collection. Matching the new Paul Smith accessories and jeans wear collection, the plethora of custom-paint T100 Bonnies have become sought-after bikes.
Unfortunately, these machines are one-off builds, so no matter how much you'll love one of them, you'll most likely never going to get it, unless it surfaces in some auction.
2005 was a wonderful year for Triumph, as the iconic British bike manufacturer released a lot of limited runs of custom T100 Bonnies which received the styling touch of Paul Smith. The 2005 Bonneville T100 Chevron-Paisley is one of these bikes, each manufactured in 50-unit runs, and instant;y becoming collectibles.
Alongside the striking Live Fast version, the 2005 Bonneville T100 Multi-Union is another spectacular creation from Paul Smith. A sweet complement to Smith's Triumph accessories and apparel collection, the Bonneville T100 Multi-Union's name speaks for itself: a nifty Union Jack-themed bulbous tank, with happy colors on the 3D tank badge and matching fender accents make this bike stand from the crowd.
With only 50 units ever made, the Paul Smith 2005 Bonneville T100 Multi-Union is surely a collector's item.
A rather striking presence among Triumph's modern classics, the 2005 Bonneville T100 Live Fast is the creation of Paul Smith, and a strong statement that inspiration for awesome bikes can come from virtually anywhere.
The 2005 Bonneville T100 Live Fast is a nifty complement to the Triumph by Paul Smith collection of accessories and jeans wear, and a bold, daring move on the bright side of life. Mixing the Triumph motorcycling heritage with the unique Paul Smith styling, the Bonneville T100 Live Fast is a truly outstanding machine, made in a limited series of 50 units.
The 2005 Bonneville T100 is one more nifty retro roadster treat from Triumph, harking back to the 60's and yet bringing in present-day technology for a smooth and pleasant ride. The 865cc parallel twin engine delivers plenty of fun for everyday rides to work and for weekend getaways, too, solo or with a passenger.
Classic to the bone, the 2005 T100 proudly displays a bevy of shiny, chromed parts, making an elegant contrast with the black accents on the engine and forks. Add in the massive 3D metal badge o the tank and exquisite two-tone paint for a bike which truly stands form the crowd.
While carrying on the acclaimed heritage of the family, the 2005 Triumph Bonneville brings a new color scheme, the Aluminium Silver. The bike retains many of the styling cues of the Bonnies form half a century ago, such as the laced wheels, chromed peashooter exhausts, low, one-piece two-up seat making reaching the ground when stopped a breeze for everyone and the generous fenders.
A compact instrument cluster keeps the front end clean while offering plenty of essential riding data, while perfectly integrating with the whole retro look of the bike. If a classic all-rounder is your game, then the 2005 Bonneville might be just the right toy.
The T100 Bonneville was launched as an uprated version initially with the 790 cc engine, and from 2005 with the 865 cc engine introduced on the 2004 Thruxton, and fitted to all Bonnevilles from 2007.
If it's the "T100" suffix, then you should know this Bonnie bears the iconic 60's styling, with all the extra brawn the 865cc displacement brings over the stock 790cc engine. The new mill brings increased low- and mid-rpm grunt, excellent for a more confident city ride and better low-end passing power.
Triumph also brings the Opal White and Tangerine Orange as a new two-tone paint scheme to add even more class to an already sweet retro machine.
The Triumph Bonneville needs little introduction, as it symbolizes more than half a century of British bike-making excellence. The 2004 model year carries on the acclaimed heritage and retains the rich styling the bikes of yore proudly displayed, with polished engine cases and laced rims, generous fenders and peashooter exhausts.
Add in the bulbous headlight and compact instrument cluster, tall, comfortable bars and the two-up one-piece seat, lush chrome details for a bike which simply cannot go out of fashion.
If it's T100 in the name, it's the vintage game. The 2003 T100 Bonnie harks back to the 60's speed demons, and brings the full enjoyment of the retro machines, but with the modern ones' technology upgrades and enhanced reliability.
The T100 retains the rubber knee grips, chromes engine covers and massive metal tank badges, with hand-painted stripes and rubber foot rests. This bike gets as close as possible to the classic design of the machine from half a century ago and comes with all the nostalgic vibe one could dream of.
2003 brings a sweet black engine for the Triumph Bonneville, a nifty complement for the polished cases and the rest of shiny accents. The bike carries of the Bonnie half-century legacy, and upgrades both technology and feeling with modern materials and better bike-making knowledge.
You'll be riding a modern classic, just like Triumph says: two-up one-piece seat, laced wheels, a retro instrument cluster, peashooter exhausts and all the glory of the past Bonnies.
If the 60's speed demons is what you're after, then the 2002 Triumph Bonneville T100 might just be the right machine for you. Built on the proven Bonnie platform, the T100 brings back all the bells and whistles of the custom roadsters of yesteryear, with lush chrome details and plenty of cafe-racer accents which spell a glorious past.
Add in two-tone color schemes, the rubber knee-grips on the tank and ample fenders to match the shiny exhausts and engine covers. If retro is the name of the game, then you've just found your toy.
The 2002 Bonneville brings forth the classic retro Triumph styling blended with modern engineering. The result is a modern classic bike, as Triumph advertises it, a motorcycle evoking the glorious past and yet highly capable of keeping up with today's transportation needs.
Great as a twistie-carver and equally agile in the urban environment, the 2002 Bonneville also boasts excellent maneuverability and provides a sure-footed experience even for riders with a shorter inseam and ladies, alike.
The 2001 Bonneville America is Triumph's gift to those who loved the retro, classic British styling of the Bonnie, but were not willing to part with the iconic American cruiser design. So the Bonneville America brought in the equation a low-swung line, with a laid-back riding position and forward foot controls to match the ample pulled-back bars.
Straight, long, bullet-type exhausts evoke the American DNA, while the 790cc parallel twin mill delivers all the Brit character one could wish for. Add in instrumentation separated between a chromed yoke-mounted gauge and a tank-mounted rev counter and warning lights, and you'r in for one stylish ride.
The 2001 iteration of the classic Triumph Bonneville brings a new dose of retro styling with polished and lacquered engine covers, a nifty match for the rest of the shiny chromed parts and accents, the 3D metal tank badge included.
This model year also brings a new Sky Blue and Silver paint scheme in addition to the existing Scarlet red and Forest Green in combination with silver. The attire remains true to the way they made bikes half a century ago, but modern technology is cleverly mixed in the build.
Classic to the bone, the 2000 Triumph Bonneville oozes British bike-making heritage and brings in a nifty package which is great for both weekend getaways as it will serve as a daily commuter. Comfortable with an upright position and plenty of room for a pillion, the 2000 Bonnie, is a head-turning presence.
Faithful to the old Bonneville styling, the modern classic cleverly blends present-day technology in the mix. The bike may look old, but it is in fact a contemporary machine with contemporary performance and retro vibe.
Just like its name clearly says it, the 2006 special Bonnie is an all-black beast, with sizzling hot chrome accents and fiery lights ti go with the grimness. A new model year over the previous editions, the new generation Bonnie brings in a bigger displacement, not reaching the 865cc mark, and adding more power and torque to the street game.
And if the stock machine is not cool enough yet, Triumph has a wide range of OEM accessories ready, including windscreens, leather and fabric panniers, backrests and more, most of them in impeccable chrome.
The 1981 Triumph Bonneville 750 T140 was model of the year, began with Engine KD28001. The TDC locating hole was itself relocated to its former position in front of the engine. The 750 T140 attempted to address dwindling sales with what had become "Limited Edition"-madness. Not that it was a bad thing, they turned out some pretty nice bikes. But, the problems Triumph was facing couldn't be solved by cobbling together yet another tarted up version of the same old tired 1937 design.
The motorcycle's official model designation is the T140V, but only dealers, parts men, and others who work within the bike's distribution network view it clinically enough to call it by that name. To everyone else, it's a 750 Bonneville. The Bonneville is, for alintents and purposes, the same basic motorcycle it has been for years. Originally a 650 that utilized a separately-housed four-speed gearbox, the engine design dates back to 1950.
Bonneville was a success from the beginning. In 1959, the T120 engine was in fact a small T110 with some improvements but a few years later, the engine and gearbox were combined and the bike got a new frame. Later, the engine was enlarged from 650cc to 725cc, then the T140 was born.