The all-new Speedmaster brings a whole new dimension to the Bonneville line-up. Triumph also unveiled its new Street Twin.
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With its classic British custom laid-back attitude, forward footpegs, swept-back beach bars and comfortable pillion capability.
The new Speedmaster delivers a distinctive cruiser riding position with a timeless, sophisticated style.
Also, high specification rider-focused motorcycle technology. Combines with elegant engineering to provide superior handling, comfort and control.
Particularly noted for its easy handling versatility. The Speedmaster’s uniqueness comes characterised by its adaptable twin.
And single-seat set-ups, advanced rider-focused technology, high torque Bobber soundtrack, and premium finish and detailing.
- Central to the 2018 Bonneville Speedmaster’s premium performance is the critically-acclaimed. Bonneville 1200cc HT engine and the ‘Bobber’ tune.
- The torque figures are 106Nm at a low 4,000rpm, up to 10% more (at 4,500rpm) than the Bonneville T120. And an impressive 42% more than the 2015 Speedmaster.
- This new generation engine comes built to deliver power low down. And across the rev range just when you need it most.
- The 8-valve, single overhead cam parallel-twin engine is liquid-cooled for optimum performance.
- And enhanced fuel efficiency. And comes with a reassuringly high first major service interval of 10,000 miles / 16,000Km.
- A charismatic 270° firing interval provides smooth. Linear power delivery from the slick six-speed gearbox.
- A torque-assist clutch brings a light touch and feels to this motorbike’s control. Reducing lever effort and improving long distance rideability.
- As well as helping to reduce rider fatigue. This premium feature comes as a standard to add to rider comfort, particularly in urban traffic.
- The new Bonneville Speedmaster has two selectable riding modes – Road and Rain – for greater control and safety. These are selectable through the motorcycle’s left-hand switchgear.
- They come fitted as standard to the left-hand switchgear. The easy-to-use and straightforward ‘single-button cruise control system. It comes designed to improve long-distance comfort.
- The chassis and suspension come set up for a smooth, comfortable ride, with its distinctive ‘cage’ swinging arm. A hidden mono-shock rear suspension unit delivers over 35% more rear-wheel travel. Than any other bike in the category, plus 41mm cartridge front forks with 90mm travel.
- The new full-LED 5-inch multi-function headlight features. Triumph’s signature-style Daytime Running Light* (DRL) with a distinctive light pattern.
- The new Speedmaster comes with a versatile twin seat set-up and a low rider seat height of 705mm.
The Speedmaster is available in two colours, Jet Black and Cobalt blue and starts from Pounds 11,500 in the UK.