Monday, March 11, 2013

2013 Triumph Bonneville SE

Triumph recently released its special edition Bonneville and it's definitely not the worst SE ever.  The new Bonnie differentiates itself from the pack with a Thruxton headlight bracket and turn signals, with the most obvious changes being the "cranberry" red frame, fenders and a thick racing stripe running down the bike.  A matte-black tank, blacked out engine cases, skid plate and a black passenger grab rail complete the look.  The bike comes with Triumph’s standard 865cc parallel-twin and should be in dealers in early May, starting at $7999.

1 comment:

  1. It might look better in the flesh...I think it looks a bit sucky in pics. Bloor should put some money and talent into the Bonneville instead of wheeling out a garish paint job every two years and calling it a special edition or whatever.
    They should hire the design team that did the new W800....those guys could show the Hinckley "designers" how to style a british bike from the 60's. The W800 motor is just so much prettier than the Bonnie motor, plus they didn't overlook the details on the W800.


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