Bonneville SE

The 2014 Bonneville Special Edition boasts a paint scheme inspired by one of the last Meriden models off the line in 1982, the T140w TSS. The distinctive Jet Black and Lunar Silver paintwork creates a unique-looking Bonneville, with black livery on the tank and side panels (with twin, hand-painted gold coach lines), while the front and rear mudguards are painted silver with jet black centre stripes and gold coach lines. The Special Edition also sports the new detailing on the cylinder head cooling fins, solid black oil cooler lines and a throatier sounding silencer.
•Distinctive new paint scheme
•Hand-painted coach lines
•Redesigned silencer
•New cylinder cooling fins
•Color: Jet Black with Twin Gold Coach Lines



The Thruxton oozes retro racing style, with its unmistakable 865cc twin-cylinder engine and aluminum rims, an enthusiast's riding position and adjustable rear suspension. Triumph's cafe racer also benefits from revised megaphone si lencers for an even more liberated sound. A color-matched flyscreen, with center stripe detail, joins the seat cowl as standard equipment.
•Revised megaphone silencers
•Color matched fly screen
•Center stripe
•Seat cowl
•Colors: Phantom Black; Brooklands Green



The Scrambler gets a "back to black" treatment on the oil cooler lines, handlebars, wheel rims and hubs, plus the rear master cylinder reservoir cover. A new seat design with an embossed logo adds to the attitude, while a clear, anodized bash plate provides protection from gravel and rocks.
•Black rims, hubs, handlebars
•New seat design
•Anodized bash plate
•Colors: Matte Pacific Blue; Lunar Silver/Diablo Red


Bonneville T100 Black

The TlOO Black offers a mean and moody look with its striking Jet Black color scheme, made even more distinctive with the addition of black-finished wheel rims, hubs, handlebars, RSU springs, mudguard stays, mirrors and grab rail. The Jet Black bike also sounds off with a more compelling voice, thanks to its revised silencer, while the machined detail on the cooling fins is offset beautifully by the black engine finish.
•Back in black ...Jet Black everywhere
•New exhaust tones
•New cylinder cooling fins


Bonneville T100

With a nod to its 1960s heritage, the new TlOO offers a Crystal White and Aurum Gold paint scheme, inspired
by the 1964 Bonneville, with the stylized color split carrying across the front and rear mudguards. Like the
Bonneville, the TlOO gets a throatier exhaust and the same machined detailing on the cylinder head cooling
fins. A standard chrome grab rail and chain guard add a classy finishing touch.
•Heritage paint scheme
•Throatier exhaust
•New cylinder cooling fins
·Chrome grab rail
•Chrome chain guard
•Colors: Crystal White/ Aurum Gold:
Jet Black/Cranberry Red



The 2014 Bonneville is the ideal city bike, thanks to a rider-friendly seat height of just over 29 inches, comfortable ergonomics and a combination of easy maneuverability and retro good looks. And while the Bonneville is right at home on urban streets, its distinctive 865cc twin engine provides more than enough power for open roads. The 2014 bike boasts redesigned silencers, a distinctive new tank badge, three fresh paint combinations and distinctive new engine cooling fins.
•Redesigned silencer
•New tank badge
•Fresh paint combinations
•New cylinder cooling fins
•Blacked out oil cooler lines
•Colors: Phantom Black. Lunar Silver:
Crystal White/Sapphire Blue
$7.899 single color I $8.199 two-tone