Triumph Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition and Triumph Bonneville T120 Ace Café Launched

  • Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia launched two limited-edition models today, namely the Triumph Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition and the Triumph Bonneville T120 Ace Café.

  • The Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition celebrates the 60th anniversary of the 1959 Bonneville T120.

  • The Bonneville T120 Ace Café celebrates the birthplace of café racers, on the other hand.

Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia launched two limited-edition models today, namely the Triumph Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition and the Triumph Bonneville T120 Ace Café.

Both are special commemorative models and were launched as a pair earlier this year. Although they  are Bonnie T120 twins, each boasts distinctively different stylistic cues, lending to that good twin/bad twin adage.

The duo are powered by the 1200cc, liquid-cooled, HT (High Torque) parallel-Twin which features a 270o crankshaft spacing.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition – From 74,900

It’s called the Diamond Edition because it commemorates the 60th anniversary of the Bonneville, which made its appearance in 1959 Bonneville T120. The “T120” name is hallowed in Triumph’s history as it was the first bike to hit 115 mph (185 km/h) in stock form and 120 mph (192 km/h) with slight modifications.

Highlights:
  • Premium one-off Snowdonia Whie and Aluminium Silver “Union Flag” on the gas tank.

  • Unique T120 Diamond side panel branding.
  • Chrome 4-bar Triumph badges on the gas tank.
  • Chrome cylinder head cover, cooling fins, crankcase covers, badges and chain guard.

  • Only 900 will be built.
  • Each owner will receive a special certificate signed by Triumph CEO, Nick Bloor.
  • Only 4 units are available to customers in Malaysia.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Ace Café – From RM 75,900

The legendary Ace Café in London is considered the birthplace of the café racer. Legend has it that the riders there will challenge each other to race on a street circuit and return to the venue before a song ends on the jukebox. Hence, probably why the bike is “blacked out” for that mean, stripped down, hopped-up and “Head Down – Hold On” attitude.

Features:
  • One-off Matt Storm Grey paint scheme with racing stripes.
  • Ace Café logo on the front mudguard and side panels.
  • “Head Down – Hold On” detailing on the fuel tank.

  • Blacked-out detailing throughout.
  • Black four-bar Triumph badge on the gas tank.
  • Black bench seat.

  • Only 1,400 units will be built.
  • Each owner will receive a special certificate signed by Ace Café Managing Director Mark Wilsmore and Triumph CEO Nick Bloor.

Please check out Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia’s website for more information.

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