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Old 1st April 2021, 12:33   #1
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Triumph has launched its 2021 Bonneville range in India. The line-up includes the Street Twin, Street Twin Gold Line Special Edition, T120 and T120 Black, T100, and the Speedmaster.

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Street Twin

The 2021 Street Twin is powered by a 900cc, parallel-twin engine that puts out 64 BHP @ 7,500 rpm and 80 Nm @ 3,800 rpm. The bike features a revised seat set at a height of 765 mm from the ground, new cast wheels, bodywork and an LED tail light. It gets two riding modes, ABS and switchable traction control.

Street Twin Gold Line Special Edition

This limited edition bike features a Matt Sapphire Black paint with the Triumph heritage logo and hand-painted gold lining. It has new side panels with a custom Street Twin logo and machined alloy wheels with gold pin striping.

Out of the 1,000 bikes produced, only 30 units will be available in India.

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Bonneville T120 & T120 Black

The T120 is powered by a 1,200cc, parallel-twin engine that puts out 78 BHP @ 6,550 rpm and 150 Nm @ 3,500 rpm. Triumph claims to have reduced the mass and rolling inertia. The engine is also said to be more efficient than its predecessor.

The overall weight of the T120 and T120 Black has been reduced by 7 kg thanks to lightweight aluminium wheels. Both models get disc brakes at both ends with Brembo callipers.

The T120 range comes with a new semi-digital instrument cluster and cruise control. It has two riding modes.

T100

The T100 comes with an updated 900cc, parallel-twin engine that produces 64 BHP @ 7,400 rpm and 80 Nm @ 3,750 rpm. That's 10 BHP and 3 Nm more than the previous model.

The T100 is 4 kg lighter than the outgoing version. The bike is equipped with upgraded Brembo disc brakes and new cartridge forks at the front.

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Bonneville Speedmaster

The 2021 Speedmaster is powered by a 1,200cc, parallel-twin engine that makes 77 BHP and 106 Nm @ 3,850 rpm. The bike is equipped with new 47 mm Showa front forks and an adjustable monoshock at the rear. The Brembo brakes have also been beefed-up and come with the latest generation ABS.

The Speedmaster gets a new semi-digital instrument cluster and switchable traction control.

2021 Triumph Bonneville ex-showroom prices:


  • New Street Twin - Rs. 7,95,000
  • Street Twin Gold Line - Rs. 8,25,000
  • Bonneville T120 - Rs. 10,65,000
  • Bonneville T120 Black - Rs. 10,65,000
  • Bonneville T100 - Rs. 9,29,000
  • Bonneville Speedmaster - Rs. 11,75,000

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The T120 is powered by a 1,200cc, parallel-twin engine that puts out 78 BHP @ 6,550 rpm and 150 Nm @ 3,500 rpm.
I'd have been eyeing one of these myself, had it actually been outputting this much torque down low but it's 105Nm and not 150
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Any plans of releasing the Triumph Bonneville Bobber 2021?
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I always look at the threads on these Triumph retros with watering mouth and get tempted to almost sign bank loan documents. But suddenly, the speed of my thoughts will decelerate the moment I remember these bikes' ground clearance and high service cost.

If the ground clearance of these bikes are increased to suit indian roads at least by 30mm, will definitely get Bonneville 100 to home. Am sure, by increasing GC, their sales will increase by 10-20% all over India. And adding to that, if they can reduce service cost by 20-30% because of increased volume in sales, I think nothing can stop their sales.

After all the above thoughts, if I am not satisfied, I will run to T-BHP Site to look at the below thread

https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/super...otorcycle.html (15 things to consider before buying a big motorcycle)

The above thread will reduce my BP and all stress and will be back to normal.

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I always look at the threads on these Triumph retros with watering mouth and get tempted to almost sign bank loan documents. But suddenly, the speed of my thoughts will decelerate the moment I remember these bikes' ground clearance and high service cost.

If the ground clearance of these bikes are increased to suit indian roads at least by 30mm, will definitely get Bonneville 100 to home. Am sure, by increasing GC, their sales will increase by 10-20% all over India. And adding to that, if they can reduce service cost by 20-30% because of increased volume in sales, I think nothing can stop their sales.

After all the above thoughts, if I am not satisfied, I will run to T-BHP Site to look at the below thread

https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/super...otorcycle.html (15 things to consider before buying a big motorcycle)

The above thread will reduce my BP and all stress and will be back to normal.
Correct to a certain extent, but seems like a bit of here-say is also involved. Iíve been riding my Bonnie Street Twin for 1.5 yrs now, and while the ground clearance is low, itís nothing like not liveable.

The service cost are not bad for premium (by Indian standards) bike - about 6-8k for regular service. You pay similar amount for Hyundai/Honda car to service. This pattern is quite similar world over....if you like the bikes, ground clearance and service costs should not be big enough reasons to reject the bike.

Of course, just my +2 cents as owner!
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Correct to a certain extent, but seems like a bit of here-say is also involved. Iíve been riding my Bonnie Street Twin for 1.5 yrs now, and while the ground clearance is low, itís nothing like not liveable.

The service cost are not bad for premium (by Indian standards) bike - about 6-8k for regular service. You pay similar amount for Hyundai/Honda car to service. This pattern is quite similar world over....if you like the bikes, ground clearance and service costs should not be big enough reasons to reject the bike.

Of course, just my +2 cents as owner!
+1 to this...I rode a Street Twin for 6mths. Except for crazy heat in bad city traffic, it is a joy to ride. Gem of an engine! Changed my commute timings to avoid traffic and the 25kms to office were immensely enjoyable.
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If the ground clearance of these bikes are increased to suit indian roads at least by 30mm, will definitely get Bonneville 100 to home. Am sure, by increasing GC, their sales will increase by 10-20% all over India. And adding to that, if they can reduce service cost by 20-30% because of increased volume in sales, I think nothing can stop their sales.
I agree with the other posters that the ground clearance of the Triumph Classics is more than adequate. The Street Twin and Speedmaster may be on the lower side (but still adequate). The T100 and others are perfectly normal.

Perhaps your impression stems from the old Bonneville A3 days when the bikes were truly low. The modern classics are hassle free riding experiences. Never once scraped my Bonneville in the 3 years of ownership and I've been pretty reckless what bumps I take on it.
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The bike that I really wanted to buy was the speed twin, but it was discontinued. Heard from the salesman today that there is no plan to relaunch it and hence looking at the trident. Anyone heard any different?
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Hello. I have connected with few fellow riders who have got this variable height raiser for bikes.
Completely safe, tried and tested in ladhak and other treacherous terrains and also does not void any warranty. HDs also have been fitted with this.
I have already spoken to the person in charge and he has assured me these are not illegal or a dangerous upgrade.
Please go through this website

https://aeedea.com/product-category/...eight-raisers/
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