Triumph classic Bonneville motorcycle family updated for 2021

Triumph has released a teaser video confirming that the Bonneville classic motorcycle range is gaining updates for 2021

Triumph Bonneville teaser

TRIUMPH is about to announce an update to the Bonneville motorcycle family after a teaser video was released on YouTube.

The Triumph Bonneville range features the most classic of all the motorcycles Triumph has on offer, with bikes like the T120, T100, Street Twin, Speed Twin, Bobber, and Speedmaster all falling under the family tree. The updates look as though they will be encompassing both the 900 and 1200cc bikes in the range.

Triumph Trident video review

New 2021 Triumph Trident 660 Review | Triple-cylinder engine sound |

While updates are thin on the ground at the moment, although with the Bonneville range mainly falling under Euro4 certification, it is likely that gaining Euro5 will be the main aim.

That said, no manufacturer likes to release a new bike with less power than before, and Triumph it seems to like to go the other way. The Speed Triple RS announced a few weeks back outdid its predecessor by some 30bhp, although hopes of a more uber-powerful range of classic bikes might be asking a bit too much.

Euro5 aside, the new bikes at the upper end of the scale, T120, T100, Bobber, and Speedmaster, are likely to get an increase in tech and equipment. We recently saw Triumph unveil its funky hybrid TFT dash on its Trident 660. It wouldn’t be difficult to imagine that item finding its way onto some of these retro models.

For more confirmation that that, we will have to wait until the 23rd, when Triumph will be releasing the full details of this phenomenally successful motorcycle range.

For more information, keep an eye on the Triumph UK YouTube channel.