Special edition Bonnie unveiled

Inspired by one of the last machines from the Meriden factory in 1982

TRIUMPH has unveiled a special edition Bonneville based on one of the last bikes produced at the Meriden factory operated by the marque from 1941 to 1983.

The T100 Special Edition has black and silver paintwork inspired by the T140w TSS of 1982.

Triumph says: ‘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.

‘As with the T100,  the special edition sports the new detailing on the cylinder head cooling fins, solid black oil cooler lines and a more throaty sounding silencer. 

‘To complete the retro look the Special Edition also sports a chrome grab rail, black mirrors and a brushed finish to the clutch, sprocket, alternator and cam covers.’

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