Triumph leaves it at 2021
not easy with the necessary Euro 5 updates for his Modern Classics,
but also donated some further modifications to the beautiful vintage bikes in the course of the changes. This also applies to the Bonneville T100, the little sister of the T120 and technically close relative of the popular Street Twin.
Let’s start with the engine anyway, which has not only become cleaner, but also stronger. From 2021, the 900 twin-cylinder will now produce ten hp more, i.e. 65 hp (at 7400 rpm).
The Street Twin had already completed this upgrade in 2018.
The torque is still a hefty 80 Newton meters (at 3750 rpm).
Because the engine has also been friction-optimized, Triumph promises a sportier, more direct response, the engine also rotates 500 revs higher and is 2.9 kilos lighter, thanks to a new magnesium cylinder head cover and a thinner-walled clutch cover. Overall, the Bonnie T100 was even four kilos lighter, we keep a full tank of 228 kilos.
The WMTC consumption value is now 4.1 l / 100 km, the CO2 value is 91 g / km.
The service interval is also a sensational 16,000 kilometers, and an A2 variant is also still available.
We also find news on the chassis.
The new cartridge suspension fork with a stanchion tube diameter of 41 millimeters is now available.
The front and rear suspension travel remains at 120 millimeters. If you want to upgrade, you can have Fox mounts rear shock absorbers, which not only allow you to adjust the preload but also to adjust the compression. Triumph is also upgrading the brakes. A new Brembo caliper with two pistons is used on the front 310 mm single disc brake, which is supposed to ensure a stronger and more controllable deceleration.
Last but not least, the British donate your classic also small, fine upgrades in detail.
The analog double instrument has new dials, while some parts are now powder-coated in black: engine covers, the cylinder head cover and the sprocket cover.
As always with Triumph
The re is also a whole arsenal of accessories available:
The Bonnville T100 even has 117 components!
The 2021 Triumph Bonneville T100 is available in three colors or color combinations: glossy black, blue / silver and red / silver.
The prices start at 10,650 euros plus additional costs in Germany and 11,400 euros in Austria. This corresponds to an increase of just 200 euros.
The new models are expected to arrive at dealerships shortly.
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