Triumph Classics for Model Year 2014

Triumph, the first British manufacturer of big bikes, depicts a true “back to the future” for Bonneville, Thruxton and Scrambler, with new attractive colors, exhaust tone and more personal driving experience even more engaging for lovers of the Classics. An upgrade in the round, both look and sound of these true for modern classics.

New Bikes Pictues

New Bikes Pictues 

Bonneville – Elegant and Fashionable

The Triumph Bonneville with front wheel light alloy wheels 17 “inch sports the lower saddle of the full range of Triumph Classics, with a height of only 740 mm. The comfortable ergonomics emphasizes the features of this bike making it a perfect city bike thanks to its capability to merge handling, ease of driving and a pleasantly retro look.

With a growing following among younger drivers and demanding the Bonneville blends together style and substance thanks to its staff from 865 cc two-cylinder that delivers more than enough power on both the urban and suburban routes. The new version also boasts redesigned mufflers that provide a sound even more tasty.

There are three new colors proposals: Phantom Black, Lunar Silver and Crystal White / Sapphire Blue, while the classic tank decal of the Bonneville is replaced by a badge in relief.

The cylinder block and cylinder head of the engine include new finishes for the cooling fins made by machine tools, in order to emphasize the classic British twin-cylinder, while the oil cooler pipes are made less visible through a coating in matt black.

The design of the new seat of the Bonneville provides for the combination of two different fabrics in contrasting vinyl and a new material for the padding to ensure comfort even higher. On the new Bonneville is expected, it includes a rear handle for the passenger, painted black.

Bonneville T100 – an authentic tribute to the golden age

Bowing to his legacy of the sixties, the T100 has a new paint job in 2014 Fusion White and Gold Aurum inspired by the Bonneville in 1964, with the division stylized color that goes on the front fender and rear.

As the Bonneville, the T100 also receives the same updates, to the exhaust system that improves the sound is full and engaging, as well as the same machine tool working for the cooling fins on the cylinder head. A final touch is given by the rear handle and the chrome chain guard as standard.

In addition to the color gold and white, inspired by the model of 1964, the new Bonneville T100 is also available in the matching Jet Black / Cranberry Red, already in the range.

Bonneville T100 Black – Black never goes out of fashion!

For those looking for a meaner look and decided, Triumph T100 also offers an impressive all-black color, which is made even more distinctive thanks to wheel rims, hubs, handlebars, forks, fender struts, rear view mirrors and rear grab handle, all painted in black. This version also has an exhaust sound more convincing, thanks to the revised silencer, while the details of the work on the cooling fins stand out perfectly on the black painting of the engine. Obviously there is only one choice of colors – Jet Black …

Thruxton – Retro Racing Style

Inspired by the cafe racers of the sixties, the very exclusive Triumph Thruxton features an original retro racing style.

Push the unmistakable twin Triumph 865 cc and characterized by light-alloy wheels, the riding position and the adjustable rear suspension, for the model year 2014, the Thruxton has a megaphone for a new exhaust sound even more free and engaging.

In this latest version, the Thruxton also earns the same work on the cooling fins of the cylinder head and the oil passages blacks as the Bonneville, plus a chrome chain guard. The screen in the same color with center matches the seat cover coordinated, both as standard. Available in Phantom Black and Brooklands Green.

Scrambler – updates “classic”

As with other models in the Classics, also receives treatment Scrambler “back to black” pipe radiator, handlebars, rims and wheel hubs over to the pump cover rear brake. The seat back design gives the bike a more classic look.

The final touch is given by the lower protection for the engine and clear anodized Triumph logo embossed on the back of the saddle.

There are two new colors: Matt the spectacular Pacific Blue and the amazing combination of Lunar Silver and Diablo red.

All the new models will be available in Italian dealerships from the month of September 2013. Prices start from € 8,040 to € 9,550 for Bonneville and T100, Thruxton and Scrambler.

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