Triumph Motorbikes & Motorcycles
Triumph Bonneville T100
The Triumph Bonneville T100 is a British motorcycle designed and built in Hinkley, Leicestershire by Triumph Motorcycles Ltd.
Triumph launched the aboriginal fresh Bonneville for 15 years at the Munich Motorcycle Show in September 2000, with a 790 cc 360 amount crank alongside accompanying engine. The T100 Bonneville, styled by John Mockett and David Stride, was launched as an uprated adaptation with a 865 cc agent adapted to all Bonnevilles from 2007. The appellation comes from the top acceleration of 100 mph (160 km/h) and it is awash as allotment of Triumph's "Modern classics" range. The agent gives 67 bhp (50 kW) at 7,200rpm and appearance bifold electrically acrimonious carburettors. Triumph added an air bang assemblage abreast the atom bung to accomplish discharge regulations alien in 2007. For 2008 the T100 was added adapted with ammunition bang to accommodated fresh Euro 3 emissions legislation. As able-bodied as cleaner active than a carburettor engine, the ammunition injected arrangement is additionally easier to alpha from cold. To absorb the 'retro' administration the ammunition injectors are hidden abaft burke bodies advised to resemble carburettors