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Old 18th April 2017, 20:04   #46
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The recordings do not clearly do justice to the actual sound. Here's a link to the TORs on my Bonnie. It actually sounds way better


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General, Service & Trip update

I’ve completed delightful 1000+ kms so far with ‘Sultana’ through city roads & highways. Missed the exact 1000 odo so captured the next best odo reading.
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The FE figures have been frugal, in the range of 2.8 – 3.5 L for 100km. And something weird, all my life I never got a catchy or numerology inspired number by itself but this time it happened, it’s my birth year. Some dark made-in-heaven-match reason I would like to think.
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First service was done at 800kms as recommended. It was a fairly quick affair with not much time spent idling around. A Rocket & a Tiger were giving Bonnie company through the service time.
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The SA and mechanics at One Triumph Delhi were polite & a professional lot. The servicing was completed in about 3 hours from the time Bonnie was put in the bay of which almost an hour for the engine to cool down. The mechanics also answered & discussed my techie questions without losing patience but at times providing an end-of-the-road answer “It’s as per Triumph” to really send across the message to the inquisitive me. The service center had the outdated tyre pressure information and I had to show the manual to convince the mechanic to fill in the air as per latest. Total Cost Rs. 7000/- including labour, oil & misc.
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Triumph service center is bang opposite RE’s and just the relative number of bikes there was some sight. Being an RE owner myself I could understand when RE guys would just turn their heads to see Triumph bikes while taking pauses during filling their job cards.
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Few RE owners walked into Triumph service centre to take a closer look at Bonnie beauties on display and also chatted about life on RE vs Bonnie. Quite clearly as with me Bonnie is a natural pull for RE owners.

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After the 1st servicing it was time to take Bonnie out for longer run, get to know her better. So, fellow bhpian ‘PG03’ from NCR & I rode from Delhi to Bhangarh (Rajasthan) through Bhiwadi, Alwar and back, total of ~560 kms done in a day. This ride was chosen because the fellow riders had got a whiff that there are ‘twisties-to-lean’ in abundance and astride Dukes it’s worth every ooh-ouch while on the saddle and I just wanted to take Bonnie for outing. Besides it, the mystery of “haunted” Fort of Bhangarh was a calling but at the end there weren’t any notable twisties nor there were any ghost like aura. To keep it interesting locals insist that it's the night time visit that's taboo not the ones done in daylight. Some attractions at destination were a ruined fort to explore and learning that temple scenes of mid 90s Hindi movie ‘Karan Arjun’ were shot here.
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We had been on saddle & riding hard from 4 AM till 630 PM with very few breaks. The NH8,SH25 roads were good so Bonnie galloped through effortlessly at high speed. Around 100 kms of the trip was through congested city, village, broken roads, over numerous annoying S/M/L/XL humps and Bonnie did fine (Versys with similar seat height would have been perfect for me on such roads) dampening the never ending shocks from the roads. The roads after Alwar towards Ajabgarh-Bhangarh and around Sariska reserve are broken, patched and bum busters. Any relief from well laid tarmac was very short lived and then broken roads and repeat. Going the Bonnie way, advice? EDIT: Sultana - My Bonneville T100-road-4.jpg
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There weren't any vibrations or harshness felt on foot pegs/handle bars even at high speeds that Bonnie runs up to quickly. Not that I was expecting any such experience but having been used to riding RE over long distances provides a perspective

Thanks bhpian 'PG03' for helping hand with the pics.

So overall at 1500 kms, key impressions about Bonnie T100:

Highs

1. Torque in everyday usable & wide rev range. Simply put,Bonnie hugely impresses me with its performance and the ability to use the bulk of the power as often as I go for a ride.
2. Distinguished Retro look
3. Peashooter exhaust sound coupled with engine’s
4. Torque (didn't I write it already!)
5. USB port under the seat
6. Extraordinary mechanical connection with the machine
7. T…e (stop you wrote it)

Sighs
1. Horn is pathetic and meek. I rarely honk anyway but there are times when that guy in short distance on the phone, looking skywards is supposed to be warned but the Horn fails badly, so I slow down and let him exercise his J walk rights. Even a toddler’s bike in its surroundings will be of better use.
2. No provision for front number plate if customer chooses fly screen accessory
3. Very Expensive accessories (I need to remind myself that am in SBK marketplace, don’t complain)

Thanks for reading, Cheers!

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Old 4th May 2017, 08:45   #48
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Very well written review there Wangdu! I too bought a Jet Black Bonnie T100 two weeks ago and went through a similar buying experience after upgrading from a nearly decade old Enfield. Am yet to get the first service done and am thoroughly enjoying the riding experience. Your words mirror my thoughts on the torque available, seat height, ride ability, engine refinement, fit and finish! Happy riding buddy!!
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Thanks Jkdas. Here's the stock T100 sound (pump up the volume for better feel). This is at odo less than 500, pretty sure the engine whining sound would reduce and it would get more bassy after a few more hundred kms. How does this sound compare with pre-2016 model and hi-flow exhausts if you would know? Thanks.
Thanks.Rode with a T100 last weekend. It did sound great for a stock one and I liked it. Have to go TD one and the T120 and the Bobber !
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Hi friends,
It's been vile summer over here in NCR with exasperating humidity on Sunday 9-July but that couldn't dampen the riding spirit of DRATs and nor of my son to go on the breakfast ride. We assembled at ~530am and the amazing triumph bikes roared/screamed away to relish the ride of `200kms (return) with breakfast at the end of one way.

The RATs for the ride (me in Red jacket at right)

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The route was almost all tarmac winding through Delhi's south, west towards Gurgaon and then onto a KMP expressway (connecting NH8 (delhi-Jaipur) to NH19 towards (Delhi-Agra)). Riding sophisticated bikes through Delhi’s well laid out wide roads during off peak hours provides for an unmatched pleasure. Nothing beats it for me as the smooth ride experience is magnified with sprinkles of nostalgia.


Once the riders were out of the Delhi city, the wide open roads there on connecting till Airport exit & beyond is rider's paradise. The bassy thumps from accelerating high torque engines scuffling for the longest sound wavelength with screaming exhausts of the high performance machines like Hayabusas, Daytonas, ZXs makes for an unmatched aural pleasure and an extravagant rider experience (this is what makes me jump out of the bed for the ride when part of the brain is trying to find excuses)

While the Bonnies rode almost silently with melodious thumping once in a while, triples/Daytonas with SC exhaust got me super thrilled and an extra twist of the wrist was but natural. Hearing the Daytona with SC exhaust sound approach from behind & then zip past is an aural pleasure, something I look forward to every time there’s a ride. The Daytonas are like the Messi/Ronaldos who will super charge the rest of the team with their short but explosive bursts of performance.

The 100km expressway with traffic density in the range of 1-5 vehicles per km is the course for all kind of steeds where the Stormes/Bonnies cruise at the chosen speed and the Triples/Daytonas could whip the hell out of their horses to the limit. The village children line up or sit on the fence at various spots waving at you making you feel like race rider of sorts for a while.

The long, wide, lonely, open KMP expressway

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The speed guns of traffic cops are always there and so are the bikes with all their wild horses unleashed, but I wonder why have they never netted me in or other super bikes? Perhaps for safety as the usual procedure is that the lowest ranking cop is supposed to show up in front of vehicle from nowhere, a car would stop but the bikes, possibly? Or is it that there’s no speed limit mentioned for bikes on this expressway?

The breakfast and the chatter over it poured some energy into us to start the return. (me at extreme right with my kid)

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The camaraderie within the group was nice and my son was super impressed with the whole group ride thingy so much so that he had stories to tell & rides to imagine all through the rest of the day.

Until next, cheers!

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Hi Friends,
It’s been a while that I have updated the thread as I usually don’t take pics on my rides mostly focusing on capturing the moments just in my memory. But last week I thought of taking my budding rider son along for a 300km ride to Mathura/Vrindavan and back to Faridabad (NCR).
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I wonder if being a pillion on Bonnie and alike is real excitement in that if not careful, the pillion is at risk of being thrown back when the mad torque is unleashed. Perhaps oblivious to me my son had has such scary “exciting” torquey moments and that's the reason my son yells "wait" multiple times till he has got himself glued to me and to the bike, something he doesn’t express while on my other steeds.

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Breakfast at dhaba near Jewar
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All of 300 kms was on tarmac, Bonnie's favorite course and it cruised/accelerated on demand never letting me down on those late overtaking decisions or when required to effortlessly take me out of the squeeze between the vehicles. Bonnie kept pace with all on the Yamuna express way on the onward journey and then on the NH19 (Agra-Delhi highway) on the way back. Rode through village connecting Mathura-Vrindavan and these country roads have a charm of their own.

I would happily ride for many miles on such roads while humming the song 'country roads' by Denver inside my helmet and simply avoid the highways if given a choice
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When we stopped at a 'chai' shops and at railway crossing once, very soon curious onlookers inquisitively ask about price, engine cc, scratch their head over the brand name and of course compare with the “mighty” RE. The cool thing about riding and taking breaks road side is once in a while I do meet aficionado(s) who turns out to be a local garage owner/mechanic and a "chai" then turn into "chaiS" much to my pleasure, listening and somewhat learning a whole deal of local business and technical stuff.

The famous 'Brijwasi Peda shop' "gali" (narrow street) near the most revered 'Bankey Bihari temple'
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On the way back, had a feast for lunch at the very famous ‘Sukhdev dhaba’.
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And as I was afraid, the ride through the last 50+kms after heavy lunch required a herculean effort. Overall the kiddo and I had a whole lot of fun on the Bonnie.

Having ridden the Bonnie for 8+ months/~4500kms, few characteristics that I really like & dislike about Bonnie:

Super Likes:
1. Suave looks & stance
2. performance on demand - Most of the times Bonnie takes me to required speed by just 4k rpm
3. Melody: of the twin cylinder explosions through the peashooters
4. Quietness: once the 5th is engaged there's no exhaust sound at all as if I've left all my worries way behind.
5. Effortless & stable feel when cruising at high triple digit speed

Dislike: The T-100 needs better brakes to slow down the high momentum it’s capable of building and that too quickly. When I'd test ridden the T-120, the dual disc front brake setup had way better bite and was confidence inspiring even if braking late but on T-100 braking is a bit lazy.

More updates later, bye for now,

Cheers!

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Happy new year Sultana.

Had to think of some new year resolution. So what else could a rider think of besides adding a few miles to his riding life. Miles!?! This year I intend to ride 5000 miles for pleasure, (excluding ~20k kms I anyways do commuting to-n-fro work) combined on 3 of my steeds. Well, I don't know why 5000 and that too miles, maybe it sounded cool or maybe it felt more doable compared to '10,000 Kms' I was about to "write in stone".

At about 3 weeks up this year, the grand riding target along with similar mile munching promises done to my cars makes me feel a bit uncomfortable already (like the gym membership slip) but then I comfort myself that these machines won't talk back, in case all I munch are my own words on '19 new year's eve.

But I'm very hopeful to come close to this target and I'm expecting Bonnie to shoulder the lion's share of my wishful thinking

So here's keeping this thread alive with the first ride done on 6th Jan, a short round trip of 250 kms to Neemrana/Jaipur Hwy. A nice winter morning of North India, riding a super refined British engineered machine through winding NCR roads which leads to open highway, seeing the sun's shimmering light through mustard fields (sans the trucks' blaring honking at times) is nothing but pure pleasure, a rider's gratification.

Many more miles to go.. cheers!

A customary selfie at the start of the ride (while the engine warms up and the twin cyl sound pumps me up)
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Dual tone twins meetup mid way, with the DRATs
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Steeds on the ride (at Hotel Ramada)
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Hi Friends, Sultana's update..

Bonnie got its 2nd service recently with odo at ~6000 kms. It was mostly usual affair barring the rear brake oil disappearance mystery & temporary cranking glitch with upgrade of ECM software. The mechanics at One Triumph Delhi are wonderful lot; polite, courteous, professional & knowledgeable to the core.

About to be moved in the service bay..
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Tonic for the Heart..
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The rear disc brake fluid had gone down below MIN and since the rear brake isn't used much, no idea happened. I don't keep my foot on the lever so unintentional brake use isn't possible. The rear brake light isn't lit up on idling so the lever being always engaged due to some fault in the system can also be ruled out. Or perhaps it wasn't filled at the time of delivery.
Anyhow, the mechanics flushed the oil, checked for leaks and refilled. I'm keeping an eye on the reservoir to notice any quick drop in the level.

The condition of the air filter was nothing short of ghastly, had to be replaced (~2.5k Rs.)
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This is when the bike is ridden on highways mostly, half of the journeys during early AM and very rarely in congested traffic. Lesson learned, get general checkups done every 2k or so kms wherein the filter can be cleaned along with chain tension correctness and other checks.

The bill was showing labour charges for air filter work separately but without any hesitation the supervisor ordered to remove it from the bill and refund me the cash. I was only inquiring out of curiosity about the separate charges and would have accepted some answer but instead they refunded the amount on being informed. Appreciate their ethical professionalism.

Now the Bonnie has developed a niggle since the time it reached home after servicing, not at the workshop nor during multiple cranks there but after reaching home. The engine doesn't start in the first attempt whether it’s cold, warm or hot. The only suspect is the ECM update or perhaps carbon deposit on starter switch. The engine does come to life on 2nd attempt, so nothing major and will take it back to mechanic shortly.

Bonnie is now in 4-5k rpm range (5th gear->100-120 kmph resultant speed) before road or traffic conditions makes the revs fall. I'm mostly riding with TC off, makes the engine freer and gear up shifts can be delayed. And.., I was continually getting attracted to a T-120 in the neighboring bay, had to resist my greedy thoughts before heart serves out a plan

Total cost - ~10k Rs.

All set for the road..
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In other news, I'd been afraid taking Bonnie away from cities due to the fear that a puncture will end up the trip and RSA will need to be summoned. That'll be mood spoiler. So, after researching, I bought 'Seelin for tube type' sealant from amazon and got the tubes filled as per the calculation from tyre’s height/width. I can't vouch for it just yet, but this product is ARAI/TVS certified and videos on youtube show guys hammering a nail into a tyre with seelin in the tube and no air leak. That instilled fair bit of confidence in the product and hence bought.

Now I'm watching for any piercing in the tyres during and after rides just to see if a shrapnel or nail has pierced the tyre and seelin has saved the day for me, my worries with spoke wheels solved forever. So far nothing. I hope it stays without punctures and the fact that sealant is in there continues to give me a mental ease.

Safe riding, cheers!.
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Hi there,

So the Bonnie got some muscular accessories in the form of radiator & sump guard. Ordered from Evotech the purchase was not without some unwanted drama.

On their website I ordered these 2 items for 2017 model T100 but what I got was perhaps of some older generation/year. When I sent the pics of the motorcycle, they then shipped the T120 parts (for 10 GBP only and asked me to not send back the parts I already had) which eventually were the right fit. They have since updated their website with correct part for T-100.

On left is the stock radiator guard and on right is tougher one from Evotech

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Here below is the T-120 (that fits T100) sump guard installation pics.

This pic is with front camera to see alignment of the clip hole with the hole in frame and it also captured an exasperated me in the summer heat
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Short Road trip:

Recently rode to Kurukshetra umpteenth time, to-n-fro distance of 400+ kms and as always Bonnie munches miles with ease and aplomb. In the first post of this thread I had impressed on the need for a better highway steed and I feel so happy with this purchase the way it delivers performance on demand on highways. The monstrous torque and too so early @3000 RPM range always puts a grin on my face. I can easily get out of congestion from standstill traffic lights or when i find myself precariously surrounded by 4-wheelers on the highway.

ABS on Bonnie like all machines is a life saver. On this trip, riding at high speed I found myself momentarily right behind a car by 15-20 meters. I usually keep a clear vision ahead when riding but this time I was in an unwanted situation being right behind a car and as I started maneuvering to go on left for clear sight ahead the car braked hard and with front brake lever pressed in (80% or more) I could hear the screeching sound from front tyre but the wheel didn’t lock up and I was able to turn the direction of front wheel enough to stay clear of car’s rear and also passed it by with a meter or two gap. Clearly the single disc up front in T100 lacked the bite of it’s elder sibling the twin disc T-120, but still got me out of that situation as I had kept a safe distance. Moral of the story- ‘keep distance’. The bike didn’t wobble or showed an instability at all. Such was the smooth exit off of the situation that my son riding pillion had only “that was a bit close” to say. A similar situation on same highway late last year on Duke-200 had my heart in the mouth.

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Dhaba stop: ‘Garam Dharam’ Dhaba opened by Dharmendra the Bollywood actor – Dharam-Garam (‘angry dharamendra’ if translated loosely)
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Kuruskshetra – Here’s the pic of famous Kuruskehtra University, the brahma-sarovar (popular lake where people take a dip during solar eclipse) & the Geeta-sar the Tree where Arjuna was preached about what we already do day in and day out - Karma)
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Bonnie always ready with a pose..
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The 'Guru Dronacharya Entrance' at Kurukshetra University
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And Lord Krishna university
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Riding in the blistering summer of North, your life savers -- Sugar cane juice and water.

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That’s all for this update, until next.. Cheers!
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