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SPIED! All-New Entry-Level Triumph Bonneville Triumph's low-cost Bonneville parallel-twin gets cooler (by liquid cooling...)

SPIED! All-New Entry-Level Triumph Bonneville Triumph's low-cost Bonneville parallel-twin gets cooler (by liquid cooling...)

Late last year we showed you the high-performance version of the all-new Triumph Bonneville likely to be released as a Thruxton or street-tracker variant. Now the base-model "classic" version of the new liquid-cooled Triumph Bonneville parallel-twin was caught testing in southern Europe,...

Published on September 17 2015, 17:51
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

The difference between the new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin and the previous Bonneville is only one thing: everything. It has a new engine, new chassis, new instruments, new ride-by-wire throttle, new traction control, new yadda, new razzmatazz, and new glafuncles. But, sure, it's hard to see... 

Many new bikes belonging to the 2016 Triumph Bonneville range have been spotted testing in the recent months in UK and mainly in Spain at the company's development and testing centre near Barcelona. It didn't come as a surprise when Triumph posted a teaser video on its YouTube channel confirming... 

Triumph has been working on a big update to its long-running Modern Classic line. For further proof, check out these recent spy photos of a hardtail-look bobber with solo seat. Caught testing in Spain near the company's development facility there, this new Triumph was said to be exceptionally... 

Since these spy shots from BMH Images will be the third set of Triumph Bonneville-based photos we've published this year, we had to pause for a short discussion about whether we were being gamed by Triumph into actually paying to do PR work for them. However, the bike in question is so cool that... 

That headline is a bit of a misnomer, since the new liquid-cooled Triumph Bonneville has been "spied" for some time now in the media. Triumph is at least capable of admitting that its hipster machine is getting an update now, releasing this teaser video that hints at "something big" coming our... 

The difference between the new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin and the previous Bonneville is only one thing: everything. It has a new engine, new chassis, new instruments, new fly-by-wire throttle, new traction control, new yadda, new razzmatazz, and new glafuncles. But sure, it's hard to see... 

In December we published spy photos of a "Street Tracker" prototype, which boasted a new liquid-cooled parallel-Twin engine that we theorized would form the basis of Triumph's lineup of classically styled motorcycles. And now come these spy photos of what looks like what's probably the New New...