Its looks might be inspired by the iconic ‘rockers’ bikes of the sixties, yet the latest limited-edition Bonny celebrates the very first Triumph, built 110 years ago.
The ‘Bonneville T100 110th Anniversary Edition’ will be sold from this April onwards, with production capped at 1000 units. The £7,399 (on the road, in the UK) motorcycle can be distinguished from its regular Bonneville brethren by an anniversary crest that features a Queen’s crown, three dots to represent the three historic locations of Coventry, Meriden and Hinckley, and the Triumph ‘triangle’ within the crown.
Colour-wise, it’s finished in deep ‘Brooklands Green’ with contrasting silver and many chromed accessories. The engine is the standard, 67bhp 865cc vertical twin.
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