Triumph Motorcycles has added three models to its Bonneville range – Street Cup, T100 and T100 Black – but not the suspected Scrambler or Bobber.
The new bikes were unveiled at INTERMOT in Cologne overnight and will be available in Australian at these prices (+ORC):
Bonneville Street Cup
Bonneville T100 – TCP
Bonneville T100 Black
Bonneville T100 Black (Matt Black) – CP
The Street Cup and T100 models are based on the new 900cc Street Twin ($13,350) as the Scrambler and Bobber are also suspected to be.
They join the 1200cc T120, T120 Black, Thruxton and Thruxton R in the new Bonneville line-up.
There is still no word on when cruiser models will arrive, but maybe they will be unveiled at EICMA in Milan next month with the Scrambler and Bobber.
It’s stripped down and has a bullet seat with removable cafe racer seat cowl, fly screen, bar-end mirrors, dropped Ace bars, hand-applied coach-lining, shorter and upturned stain-black mufflers, and two-tone paint schemes.
Like the Street Twin, it comes with ride-by-wire, switchable traction control, ABS and a torque assist clutch.
T100 and T100 BLACK
These are basically accessorised Street Twins.
T100 features include chrome finishes including high-value brushed aluminium covers, classic bolt-on Triumph badges, and deep chrome mirrors, mudguard stays, handlebars and headlight bezel, plus a detailed comfort seat and pillion seat finished in contrast piping with deeper foam.
It comes in Aegean Blue and Fusion White with hand-painted coach lines, Intense Orange and New England White with hand-painted coach lines and Jet Black.
T100 Black has fully black wheel rims, a twin skin peashooter exhaust in matt black and blacked out engine covers for a truly unique look