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        Triumph unveils its Gold Line bikes

        In case Triumph’s designs aren’t quite classy enough for you
        by Matthew Galang Oct 26, 2021
        PHOTO: Triumph

        When you think of gold vehicles, images of gaudy, gold foil-wrapped cars and motorcycles come to mind. While flashy machines have their place and can be tasteful if done right, it isnt exactly subtle or classy.

        Triumph’s new Gold Line, on the other hand, uses just enough of the luxurious color to add flair to its new lineup of already sophisticated British bikes. Aside from gold, the UK-owned manufacturer also picked several other hues to complement the look of the precious metallic shade.

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        The Gold Line Bobber receives a coat of red paint, along with the requisite special decals and classic gold Triumph logo.

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        The Scrambler 1200 XC’s fuel tank is done up in a red, black, and white, with a dash of gold to make for a classy surface to cover in mud and grime on the trail. Meanwhile, the XE trim gets an orange, silver, gold, and white fuel tank that exudes a retro vibe.

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        Somehow classier than ever is the Bonneville Speedmaster, which comes in a combination of silver, black pinstripes, and gold details. Matching these timeless colors are a chrome exhaust, engine case, Triumph decals, and passenger grab handles.

        A dark blue and silver tank is the highlight of the Street Scrambler, and makes it a perfect match for any denim riding outfits that you might have.

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        The Bonneville T100 and T120 take the rider to a trip down memory lane and mix dark green, silver, and gold for bikes that would look right at home in a 60s film. Completing the old-school aesthetic is Bonneville branding.

        Obviously, the Bonneville T120 Black has a dark tone. A pop of gold makes the understated motorcycle a bit fancier, and goes well with the brown leather seat.

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        Interested in adding any of these new limited-edition variants to your collection? Better act fast, because the Gold Line will only be available for one year. Local availability has yet to be disclosed.

        Pricing is as follows (with approximate Philippine peso conversions):

        • Bonneville Bobber Gold Line: £12,900 (P903,261)
        • Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line: £12,900 (P903,261)
        • Street Scrambler Gold Line: £10,100 (P707,204)
        • Bonneville T100 Gold Line: £9,900 (P693,200)
        • Bonneville T120 Black Gold Line: £11,800 (P826,239)
        • Bonneville T120 Gold Line: £11,800 (P826,239)
        • Scrambler 1200 XE Gold Line: £13,650 (P955,776)
        • Scrambler 1200 XC Gold Line: £12,800 (P896,259)

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