Treasuring the traditional, vintage style and charm, the 2014 Bonneville from Triumph is the latest one off the track, within the third series initiated in 2001. The 2014 cruiser hits the scene equipped with cast wheels and Nissin brakes, KYB suspension and a multipoint, sequential and electronic fuel injection system.
The main frame of this 2014 Triumph Bonneville motorcycle is a classic-styled, steel, tubular one stationed on KYB 41mm forks and rear chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload. Fed by a 16l tank providing for decent range and powered by an air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 360 degrees firing interval engine, wielding a maximum power of 68PS or 67 brake horsepower, it packs a considerable punch even at 2,500 rpm.
Although not a speed contender, the maximum capability of the engine evens out nicely with the timeless design, making for a sturdy and smooth ride in style. Available in Phantom Black, Lunar Silver or Crystal White, this modern classic will ride you upwards of $10,000.