Triumph have just announced their 2021 line-up with a host of upgrades, comfort changes and even a very limited edition, check out all the changes to the 900cc and 1200cc models...

The latest generation of Triumph’s best-selling modern classics have been released, with updates for the T120 and T100, along with the Street Twin, Bonneville Speedmaster and an all-new Bonneville Bobber. Check out the details from Triumph Motorcycles Australia…

The 2021 Street Twin features the same engine setup as the T100.

With a host of new, refined details and finishes for 2021, plus an extensive range of 120 Genuine Accessories, Triumph say the Street Twin is the perfect modern classic ride for new and experienced motorcyclists alike.


Check out the new Bonneville T120 and T100 here…


Enhanced for 2021, Triumph claim the latest generation update of the Street Twin’s 900cc high torque engine retains all the power, character and responsiveness of the renowned Bonneville twin powerplant, now exceeding Euro 5 requirements with lower emissions, and giving great fuel efficiency.



The new Street Twin has torque from low down, right through the rev range for thrilling acceleration anytime it’s needed, with 65hp@7,500rpm and with 80Nm@3,800rpm. Such power and torque are comfortably managed thanks to the ride-by-wire throttle control.


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The modern customer style of the Street Twin has been updated for 2021 with new premium features, including all new cast wheels, a new bench seat, new bodywork and improved finish and detailing, with brushed aluminium headlamp brackets. The headlamp itself is compact and features a signature Triumph bulb cap badge. The rear light is a compact and elegant LED, with a distinctive light pattern.

A new seat is one of the big points for this year with Triumph saying it’s more comfortable.

Bonneville design DNA and custom inspired, stripped-back minimal bodywork, from the sculpted tank and lockable chrome fuel cap, combined with the Street Twin’s compact front mudguard, and new side panel featuring an integrated mesh detail with premium foil tank decals, for a stunning result.

The Street Twin’s class-leading finish, including new brushed aluminium throttle body finishers and black Bonneville-signature engine covers are complimented by a distinctive finned head.



Fitted with Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp tyres for great grip and durability, the new cast wheels add to the overall custom look and feature machined detailing on the spokes.

The 2021 Street Twin also comes with a new 10mm thicker seat that features a new foam mixture for better padding, which Triumph say gives the rider an even more comfortable ride. Known for its accessibility, the new 2021 model has a low 765mm seat height and excellent stand-over width, making it a great bike for riders of all heights and sizes.

The new 2021 model has a low 765mm seat height making it a great bike for riders of all heights and sizes.

The new model has a great specification of standard equipment, with cartridge front forks and twin rear shocks, a high-specification Brembo front brake setup with single disc for great bite and feel, and a torque-assist clutch for light, easy operation, a real benefit in traffic around town or on long journeys.


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ABS and Switchable Traction Control are fitted as standard – to manage the Street Twin’s torque when traction is compromised. Two riding modes are available – Rain and Road. These adjust the throttle map and traction control settings for optimum performance in wet and dry conditions.



The Street Twin’s clocks come with a classic analogue speedometer, and a digital display and menu system, which is accessed by a handlebar mounted scroll button, for fingertip control while riding. Other features include an under-seat USB charger, key-fob incorporated immobiliser and accessory fit heated grips and Tyre Pressure Management System capability.

The Street Twin will also come in a limited Gold Line edition with the classic Triumph logo and hand-painted, gold lining skills of Triumph’s expert paint shop. There are only 1000 of these motorcycles worldwide, each one coming with a certificate of authenticity personalised with the unique VIN number of the bike, making these even more exclusive.


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2021 Triumph Street Twin specifications

www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au

Price: TBA
Colours: Cobalt Blue, Matt Ironstone and Jet Black
vb Claimed power: 65hp(47.8 kW)@7500rpm
Claimed torque: 80Nm(59 lbft)@3800rpm
Wet weight: 216kg
Fuel capacity: 12L


Engine: Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin, 900cc, 84.6 x 80.0mm bore x stroke, 11.0:1 compression ratio, 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin silencers
Gearbox: 5 speed


Chassis: Tubular steel, twin cradle frame
Rake: 25.5°
Trail: 105.2mm
Suspension: 41mm cartridge forks(F), twin RSUs, with pre-load adjustment (R)
Brakes:Twin 310mm discs, Brembo 2 piston floating caliper, ABS (f),Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper, ABS (r)
Wheels & Tyres: Aluminium rimmed 32 spoke, 100/90–18in (f), 150/70–17in (r)


DIMENSIONS:
Wheelbase: 1450mm
Seat height: 765mm
Overall height without mirrors: 1100mm
Overall length: 2095mm
Overall width: 780mm


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2021 Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster

The new Speedmaster shares the same drivetrain as the T120.

The new Speedmaster’s heart is its characterful 1200cc, high-torque British twin engine, which has been developed for 2021 for an even more immediate and responsive feel. The Speedmaster shares the same 270 degree firing order as the rest of the Bonneville range, with a tune specifically developed to deliver high torque and high power low down and through the rev range.

With lower inertia for 2021, the new generation Triumph Speedmaster has been evolved specifically with a new tune for a fuller and smoother power and torque delivery, and a notable lift in the mid-range, for a result that gives lower emissions, exceeding Euro 5 requirements, and good fuel economy.



Peak torque is an exceptional 106Nm@3850rpm, with over 90 per cent of torque available all the way up to 5750rpm, which Triumph say makes the Speedmaster a really exciting bike to ride in any gear.

The liquid-cooling system, essential for low emissions and good fuel economy, is sensitively incorporated, as is the bright chrome stainless steel exhaust. Triumph’s latest ride-by-wire technology ensures precise throttle control on the Speedmaster, which has two enhanced riding modes – ‘Road’ and ‘Rain’.

Triumph’s latest Ride-by-Wire technology ensures precise throttle control on the Speedmaster, which has two enhanced riding modes – ‘Road’ and ‘Rain’.

Triumph’s latest Ride-by-Wire technology ensures precise throttle control on the Speedmaster, which has two enhanced riding modes – ‘Road’ and ‘Rain’. Both riding modes maintain the Speedmaster at full power and adjust both the throttle response and traction control settings, adding to confidence, rideability and safety, whatever the conditions.


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The rider’s seat now has separate lumbar support and a sculpted deep foam construction, while the pillion seat has 11mm thicker foam than the previous generation. The seat configuration can be switched between a twin or single seat set up, tailoring the look of the Speedmaster to suit personal taste and allowing the fitment of a useful accessory rear rack.



While the Speedmaster maintains the core Bonneville identity and DNA, it also has a beautiful and iconic custom cruiser style.

The bodywork on the 2021 Speedmaster is kept to a minimum with some authentic touches that keep the iconic Speedmaster look, such as the side-mounted ignition barrel, the classic rear “drum-brake” inspired hub, the battery box with its heritage-style stainless steel restraining strap and much more.

The bodywork on the 2021 Speedmaster is kept to a minimum with some authentic touches that keep the iconic Speedmaster look.

The clock has a new bezel for 2021, with subtle Bonneville branding, and a new dial face.  The LCD display is controlled via an easily accessible and intuitive handlebar mounted scroll button.

For 2021, three stylish schemes are available, including a jet black option, a new Fusion White and Sapphire Black twin-colour scheme with hand-painted twin coach line, and a stunning new Red Hopper candy paint scheme.


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2021 Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster specifications

www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au

Price: TBA
Colours: Jet black, Fusion White and Sapphire Black twin-colour scheme with hand-painted twin coach line, and Red Hopper candy paint scheme
Claimed power: 80hp(57.5kW)@6100rpm
Claimed torque: 106Nm(78.2lbft)@4000rpm
Wet weight: 263kg
Fuel capacity: 12L


Engine: Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin, 1200cc, 97.6 x 80.0mm bore x stroke, 10.0:1 compression ratio, 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin silencers
Gearbox: 6 speed


Chassis: Tubular steel, twin cradle frame
Rake: 25.3°
Trail: 91.4mm
Suspension: 47mm Showa cartridge forks(F), Mono-RSU, with pre-load adjustment (R)
Brakes:Twin 310mm discs, Brembo 2 piston floating caliper, ABS (f),Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper, ABS (r)
Wheels & Tyres: Wire 32 spoke, MT90B16 (f),150/80 R16 (r)


DIMENSIONS:
Wheelbase: 1500mm
Seat height: 705mm
Overall height without mirrors: 1055mm
Overall length: 2225mm
Overall width: 910mm


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 2021 Triumph Bonneville Bobber

The Triumph Bonneville Bobber brings a more aggressive look to the new range.

The Triumph Bonneville Bobber is essentially the same bike as the Speedmaster with a few styling and dimension changes. The latest generation of Triumph’s stripped-back, elegant custom classic has all of the previous generation Bobber’s engineering innovation.

The unique twin airbox intakes are located under the seat, while the straight-line exhaust pipe run cleverly conceals the catalyst box. Slash-cut, sawn-off peashooter silencers complete the picture and deliver a rich and raw Bobber sound.



The 2021 Triumph Bobber now features a 16in fat front wheel and new, chunkier 47mm front forks, giving a really muscular and imposing front end presence.

The new front wheel is complimented by the Bobber’s wide rear wheel setup. Both have a classic wire-spoked design, with black rims. Triumph say that the Avon Cobra tyres have been specifically developed for the Bobber, with a lightweight construction for excellent high-speed manoeuvrability and class-leading stability.

The Bobber has been given some fat 16 inch tyres to give it an aggressive look. It wear Avon Cobra tyres.

Central to the Bobber’s authentic hard-tail look is the floating aluminium seat, with monoshock suspension and distinctive “swing-cage” swinging arm, which ensure great wheel control and added comfort. The seat is ergonomically optimised and sculpted for comfort, with a beautifully stitched deep foam pad. The seat height is only 690mm, making it an extremely accessible motorcycle to ride.

The riding position is adjustable – and the seat can be re-positioned ‘up and forwards’, or ‘down and backwards’ to optimise comfort and control for all sizes of rider. The instruments are adjustable too, so they can be tailored to match.



The new 2021 generation Bobber comes in three distinctive colour options, with a new Matt Storm grey and Matt Ironstone scheme, a new Cordovan Red scheme, and a classic Jet Black option.


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2021 Triumph Bonneville Bobber specifications

www.triumphmotorcycles.com.au

Price: TBA
Colours: Matt Storm grey and Matt Ironstone scheme, Cordovan Red scheme, and Jet Black
Claimed power: 80hp(57.5kW)@6100rpm
Claimed torque: 106Nm(78.2lbft)@4000rpm
Wet weight: 251kg
Fuel capacity: 12L


Engine: Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin, 1200cc, 97.6 x 80.0mm bore x stroke, 10.0:1 compression ratio, 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin silencers
Gearbox: 6 speed


Chassis: Tubular steel, twin cradle frame
Rake: 25.4°
Trail: 92mm
Suspension: 47mm Showa cartridge forks(F), Mono-RSU, with pre-load adjustment (R)
Brakes:Twin 310mm discs, Brembo 2 piston floating caliper, ABS (f),Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2 piston floating caliper, ABS (r)
Wheels & Tyres: Wire 32 spoke, MT90B16 (f),150/80 R16 (r)


DIMENSIONS:
Wheelbase: 1500mm
Seat height: 690mm
Overall height without mirrors: 1024mm
Overall length: 2200mm
Overall width: 800mm


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