Triumph, the well known big bike manufacturer of over 500cc motorcycles, has gone 'back to the future' with its Bonnevilles, Thruxton and Scrambler models, by developing eye-catching new color schemes, improved tonal characteristics and an even better riding experience for its legendary classic motorcycle range.
The Triumph Bonneville gets a new exhaust system and muffler, new fuel tank badges, new engine details, a new seat, a new grab rail and a choice of Phantom Black, Lunar Silver or Crystal White/ Sapphire Blue colors. And the Triumph Bonneville T100 gets new 'exhausts,engine detailing, a chrome grab rail and chain-guard, and as a nod to its '60s heritage, the new Triumph T100 has a new Crystal White and Aurum Gold paint scheme, inspired by the 1964 Triumph Bonneville, with the stylized color split continuing across the front and rear mudguards.
The Triumph Bonneville T100 also comes in a mean and moody black frame and cycle parts finished in this darkest of hues too. The Triumph Thruxton, inspired by the café racers of the '60s, oozes retro racing style, and for 2014 gets new exhaust system with megaphone mufflers for an even more liberated sound, new engine details, a chrome chain guard, and a color-matched fly screen, with center stripe detail. It's available in Phantom Black and Brooklands Green.
The 2014 Triumph Scrambler also gets the 'back to black' treatment on lost of components and also a new seat, and a clear anodized bash plate. It's available in two brand new color schemes; Matt Pacific Blue and Lunar Silver/Diablo Red.
All the new models are expected to be available before years end, and prices for Thailand have not been announced.