Triumph Unveiled Bonneville And Speed Triple Special Editions

TriumphBonnevilleSETriumph Motorcycles has revealed special edition SE models of the Bonneville and Speed Triple at very attractive prices (respectively $7,999 and $13,999) These 2 models will probably attract a wide range of bikers from new and young riders to baby boomers attracted by the Triumph retro and timeless style.

The Bonneville SE features the usual 865 cc motor, lots of chrome, cast aluminum wheels, a front end with a Thruxton headlight and new turn signals, a new seat with stitching, black mirrors and a very distinctive look with a red frame in contrast to a matte black and red cranberry paint.

Triumph13SpeedTripleSEThe Special Edition Speed Triple is also based on the current standard model powered by Triumph’s 1050cc three-cylinder engine.It features carbon fiber front mudguard, side pods, tank cover panel and inner radiator panels.

The color-matched fly screen, belly pan and seat cowl all come as standard, as well as finishing details such as a rubber tank pad and clear rear light. A new-styled clutch, alternator and sprocket cover add to the makeover. Paint Job Special Edition paint job is matte graphite on a blue frame with twin matte-blue decals, blue wheel pinstripes, new-styled mirrors and black silencer heat shields, handlebars and clamps.

Both models will be displayed for sale at dealerships on May 1st.

8 Responses to “Triumph Unveiled Bonneville And Speed Triple Special Editions”

  1. 1 Shifter Mar 20th, 2013 at 8:30 am

    Like the new Bonneville. Great bike for the price.

  2. 2 FXDX805 Mar 20th, 2013 at 9:12 am

    Bonneville looks really good. Speed……looks like a crotch rocket

  3. 3 luis Mar 20th, 2013 at 9:41 am

    I was really hoping the SE bonneville would have an uprated suspension.

  4. 4 CafeSportyTC Mar 20th, 2013 at 10:23 am

    the triple will always look like an alien to me, i will always love the Bonnie.

  5. 5 Schminkie Mar 20th, 2013 at 10:26 am

    The Bonneville looks like a “right proper” English bike, which is a compliment. The Speed looks like something the Green Hornet would ride (paint notwithstanding). That’s not a compliment

  6. 6 Rodent Mar 21st, 2013 at 8:14 am

    Triumph is doing it right. English made traditional bikes for bikers and crotchrockets in Asia for fools.

  7. 7 luis Mar 21st, 2013 at 10:29 am

    @Rodent The Bonneville has been made in thailand for several years.

  8. 8 barney fife Mar 29th, 2013 at 2:12 pm

    Actually, the Bonneville is only assembled in Thailand, major components like the motors are built in Hinckley. Accept for a few niggles the bikes are long lived and bullet proof and are really easy to upgrade for much better performance should one want to. The aftermarket for speed parts for the Bonneville is almost as big as the Sportster if not more so.

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