New Bonneville Speedmaster. Triumph strikes again
Swept-back beach bars, forward footpegs, low seat height - this Bonnie is different from what we know
When the Bobber was launched, we thought that it’s the most radical Bonnie. But the British manufacturer doesn’t quit playing and comes up with a whole new reinterpretation of the classical Bonneville - the Speedmaster.
The new Bonneville Speedmaster targets the cruiser fans, with its laid-back position and forward footpegs. It comes with premium details, such as the new headlight nacelle and a 10,000 mile/ 16,000 km service interval.
It also features a sculptured rear mudguard, a 12-litre fuel tank, 32 spoke wire wheels and a low seat - 710mm.
Just as the Bonneville Bobber, the new Speedmaster comes with a hard-tail look, classic “drum brake” inspired rear wheel hub, steel mudguards and a stainless steel strap for the battery box.
Same 1200 cc engine
The liquid cooled engine is derived from the T120 but got a torquey profile - it's now capable of 106 Nm at 4,000 rpm and 77 HP @6,100 rpm.
The brakes - 310 mm twin discs on front with two-piston Brembo calipers and a 255mm, Nissin caliper on the back
It also features a lull-Led headlight, ride-by-wire technology (two riding modes - Road & Rain & cruise control), ABS and traction control. Other features: torque assist clutch and engine immobilizer. The dry weight - 245,5 kg.
Of course, there is a full range of accessories available.
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