Posted: 09 Sep 2013
Triumph have recently revealed a makeover of their modern classics for 2014. The Bonneville now boasts a selection of new features including machined cooling fin detail, blacked out oil cooler lines and a premium tank badge. The seat has also been redesigned for better comfort and a black grab rail completes the look. New silencers finish the bike with a retro soundtrack.
The 2014 Bonneville T100 has had a similar update with the addition of a chrome grab rail and matching chain guard. The T100 also comes with two tone paint as standard with the choice between Crystal White/Aurum Gold and Jet Black over Cranberry Red. The distinction continues with spoke wheels over the standard Bonneville’s cast equivalent. The T100 Black has been kitted out with a host of blacked-out opponents including black wheel rims and hubs, handlebars, RSU springs, mudguard stays, mirrors, engine casings and a grab rail.
The cafe racer inspired Thruxton has also had a new injection of retro style, including a new megaphone silencer. The latest spec Thruxton also gains the same machined detail on the cylinder head cooling fins and black oil cooler lines as the Bonneville with a chrome chain guard also included. The Thruxton also sees the addition of a colour-matched flyscreen, including the gold stripe detail as standard equipment.
The Scambler also returns for 2014 with two new colour schemes; Matt Pacific Blue and a Lunar Silver over Diablo Red. A new seat design adds to the shit up and relaxed attitude with clear anodised bash plate.