One of the most commonly used motorcycles for custom builds, the Triumph Bonneville, has gone through a redux by its own company in an attempt to modernize and beef up the line’s power.
The new bikes will use liquid-cooled engines and will sport a frame that has been completely redesigned. There’s also a new focus on performance, with each bike having 8-valve engines and substantially more power than before. There will be two engines available, the 900 and 1200cc, each of which provide a performance boost. The company has put five new machines into production, including a Street Twin, two new T120s, a Thruxton and a Thruxton R. Each of the new designs look like they’ve been customized already, thanks to the level of detailing and minor touches by Triumph’s team. What’s more, the company has a catalog of over 470 accessories on the way, allowing buyers to pick and choose the options that are right for them. [Purchase]