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|10-14-2015, 08:40 PM||#1|
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Triumph Hints at New Bonneville
The Triumph Bonneville is one of the most iconic motorcycles to ever exist. From its' road racing and cafe heritage through the fifties and sixties, to being a massively customized chopper base in the seventies, to its resurgence as a modern custom platform: the Triumph Bonneville has managed to stay relevant, fun and good looking.
We have heard whispers that there will be two engine models, both liquid cooled, but of a completely new design. There will be two sizes to the new engine range, an 1100cc version and a familiar 865cc version.
Video of Something big is coming...
Retro styled bikes with full performance engines are some of our favorite things so we are quite excited to see what Triumph has to show us for the new year.
Stay tuned for more information, or go to TriumphMotorcycles.com
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