Thursday, October 10, 2013

Meriden-inspired special edition Triumph Bonneville unveiled



The special edition Triumph Bonneville pays homage to the last bike that rolled off the production line at Meriden, where the company produced bikes for four decades

Triumph have unveiled a new special edition Bonneville, which is inspired by the last bike that rolled off the production line at its old manufacturing facility at Meriden, in the UK, where the company produced bikes from 1942 to 1982. The Meriden-inspired special edition Bonneville features a jet-black and silver colour scheme, the same as used on the last bike produced at Meriden, a 1982 Triumph T140w TSS.

Apart from the black/silver paintjob, the Meriden Bonneville also gets machined detailing on the cooling fins, solid black oil cooler lines, chrome grab rail, black mirrors, and a brushed metal clutch, sprocket and alternator cover to complete the retro look. Yours, for a mere £7,499 in the UK.







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