“With a direct bloodline to the very first 1959 landmark Triumph Bonneville, the updated 2021 Bonneville family encompasses the legendary spectrum of modern classic motorcycle icons,” part of the official description reads.
The UK-owned manufacturer took the wraps of the classic Bonneville T100 and T120; the custom-inspired Street Twin; the Thruxton RS cafe racer; and the Bonneville Speedmaster and Bobber custom cruisers.
According to Triumph, the 1959 Bonneville was the original British motorcycle icon that served as “the genesis for generations of motorcycle sub-cultures and the many flavours of modern classics in the line-up today.”
The T120, Bobber, Speedmaster, and Thruxton RS are equipped with the high-torque 1,200cc Bonneville engine, with the following spews:.
- T120 - 78.9hp at 6,550rpm and 105Nm of torque at 3,500rpm
- Bobber and Speedmaster - 76.9 hp at 6,100rpm and 106Nm at 4,000rpm
- Thruxton RS - 103hp at 7,500rpm and 112Nm at 4,250rpm
Meanwhile, the T100 and Street Twin use its new-generation 900cc equivalent:
- T100 - 64.1hp at 7,500rpm and 80Nm at 3,800rpm
- Street Twin - 64.1hp at 7,400rpm and 80Nm at 3,750rpm
Both parallel-twin units are liquid-cooled and promote lower emissions with claims of improved fuel economy. Triumph has yet to reveal the price for the updated bikes, except for the Thruxton RS, which starts at around P1,270,000.
Watch the global reveal of the 2021 Bonneville family on YouTube: