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2021 Triumph Bonneville range revealed

The bikes get numerous performance upgrades as well as some cosmetic changes.

Triumph has updated the Bonneville range for the 2021 model year. The bikes get numerous performance upgrades as well as some cosmetic changes.

Bonneville T100

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

Bonneville T120

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 that 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.

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 765 mm from the ground, new cast wheels and bodywork as well as an LED tail light. It gets two riding modes, ABS and switchable traction control.

The Street Twin Gold Line is a limited edition featuring a Matt Sapphire Black colour scheme with gold detailing. Only 1,000 units of this bike will be produced.

Bonneville Speedmaster & Bobber

The 2021 Speedmaster and Bobber are powered by a 1,200cc, parallel-twin engine that makes 77 BHP and 106 Nm @ 3,850 rpm. The bikes are 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 bikes get a new semi-digital instrument cluster and switchable traction control.

 
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