The first model of this series from Triumph Bonneville Company was produced from 1959 to 1974. It was a modification of Triumph Tiger T110. Originally it was equipped with an engine that allowed to reach 115 miles / h. Modern History of «Bonneville» had began in 2001, when the world saw the model of Triumph Bonneville 790. Since 2007 until that time usual Bonneville was installed with a new 865-cc engine. All the models of Bonneville were equipped with carburetors, but in 2008 they were replaced by the injectors.
Triumph Bonneville is a classic roadster that is made with a high standard of modern technology.
Motorcycle Bonneville 2010 differs with 17-inch alloy wheels, exhaust made in Thruxton style and athletic wings. Two-tone coloring, dual mufflers of 'peashooter' style, black chrome cover of engine and its sound express true and classic style. The motorcycle's boarding is a little different due to the varying heights and width of the saddle seat. But in spite of this fact modern Bonneville has classic design of lines.
In the heart of the bike we can find 865 cc two-cylinder inline engine with multi-point electronic fuel injection and an air cooling system. To comply with environmental standards Triumph should be set with injector engine. Engine power reaches its peak of 66 hp at 7500 r / min and maximum torque of 69 Nm - at 5800 rev / min. The fuel tank of Bonneville can hold 13.2 liters of fuel. Running part is also modern with a duplex steel tubular frame. Both wheels are equipped with disc brakes: 310 mm disc, Nissin 2-piston calipers in front and 255 mm disc, Nissin 2-piston caliper in rear. Front fork and rear shock absorbers have an adjustable load - Kayaba. Wheels are of different sizes -19 inches front and 17 inches rear. The maximum speed is 187 kilometers per hour.
Motorbike Triumph Bonneville is a true British classic, which is embodied in modern technologies. Bonneville is a very old line of motorcycles from Triumph Company, that has appeared long before the Japanese expansion in Europe, and it has been a trendsetter in motomire. Now the manufacturer keeps Bonneville in the lineup as retro bike.