Triumph has updated the entire Bonneville range with the T100, T120, Street Twin, Speedmaster and Bobber.
Whereas other manufacturers decided to kill off specific models due to Euro 5 regulations, the British marque decided it is the best time to update their Modern Classic line.
Not just to meet Euro 5 standards but also to introduce a series of upgrades.
Triumph T120 and T120 Black 2021
For 2021, Triumph updated the 1200cc High Torque twin-engine to meet the Euro 5 standards, and what you get is more responsive and lower emissions.
According to Triumph, the T120 has been specifically tuned to deliver high torque and delivers 80PS at 6,550rpm and 105Nm at 3,500rpm.
The engine mass has been reduced significantly by using a lighter crankshaft, optimised clutch, and balancer shafts, all of which have reduced inertia and the overall weight of the bike.
The use of new aluminium wheels helps the bike to weight 7kg less than the previous model.
The T120 is available in three colour scheme; Jet Black, Cordovan Red and Silver Ice, Cobalt Blue and Silver Ice with a hand-painted gold lining.
Meanwhile, the T120 Black is available in Jet Black or Matt Jet Black and Matt Graphite with silver coach lining.
Triumph T100 2021
The 900cc High Torque engine now produces 10PS more than the previous T100 due to the engine tweak to meet Euro 5, while the bike has also shed 4kg in weight.
The use of a new crank and aluminium wheel rim contributed to the significant weight loss.
The motorcycle also gains other upgrades with revised cartridge forks, Brembo twin-pot brakes, traction control and ABS systems.
Triumph T100 is available in three colours – Lucerne Blue and Fusion White scheme, single tone Jet Black option, Carnival Red and Fusion White.
Triumph Street Twin 2021
For 2021, the Street Twin received comfort upgrades with a 10mm thicker seat and new foam padding for a more comfortable ride.
The 900cc High Torque twin-engine retains all the power but now meets Euro 5 requirements, producing lower emission and excellent fuel efficiency.
The motorcycle now achieves incredible torque from low down, right through the rev range for thrilling acceleration anytime it’s needed, with 65PS peak power arriving at 7,500 rpm and with 80Nm peak torque 3,800 rpm.
Triumph also offers a Gold Line limited edition model of the Street Twin limited to only 1,000 units worldwide.
It features a Matt Sapphire Black paint scheme with Triumph heritage logo and hand-painted gold lining.
Triumph Speedmaster 2021
The Speedmaster also received extensive upgrades with the 1200cc Euro 5 engine producing 77hp and 105Nm.
Triumph claimed that 90 per cent of its torque is available up to 5,750rpm.
The new Speedmaster also gain better handling thanks to new 47mm Showa cartridge forks replacing the 41mm KYB found on the previous model.
To better suit a long-distance ride, the Speedmaster also received an 11mm thicker pillion seat.
Triumph Bobber 2021
The Bobber received beefy suspension via 47mm non-adjustable front forks, while the new Euro 5 engine now produces 105Nm and 77hp.
Triumph also ditched the 9L tank and opted for more range via 12L tank, which Triumph claimed to achieve 33 per cent more range than the previous Bobber.
The new generation Bobber comes in three colour options, Matt Storm grey and Matt Ironstone, Cordovan Red and classic Jet Black.
More to come..
Triumph will also reveal the 2021 Scrambler 1200 XC and XE and Street Scrambler on the 13th and 20th of April.