Triumph Introduces the eight Bonneville Gold Line
Triumph introduces the new Triumph Bonneville Gold Line, a brand-new line-up of top-notch bikes that will be hitting the market in late spring/early fall. Triumph is known for building quality motorcycles, and the Gold Line is just the company’s way of saying that it wants to continue building that reputation for years to come. Here’s what we know about this new line.
This new Triumph Bonneville line-up is designed to go head-to-head with the company’s other products. That means you’ll get bikes that are loaded with performance goodies like the Thule road bike system and the cruiser class (which is for urban use only). You’ll also find a line-up of luxury bikes like the Daytona. And, oh yeah, you can also buy a street-rod to go with your gold-plated bike.
Triumph is mostly known for its cruisers, and they have four models in their new line-up: the St. John, the Lexington, the Stratocaster and the Excelsior. All of these are built on the same frame, and they are all loaded down with features and performance goodies. If you want a good cruiser, then you’ll want to check out the St. John. It has lightweight alloys and a well-padded seat. Models like the Excelsior and the Stratocaster are medium-weight with manual transmissions.
The Triumph Bonneville Gold Line has been expanded beyond just cruisers though. You’ll also find a few street-tourer models like the Coronet and the Trophy. The Coronet is a powerful sports bike, and it also comes with a supercharger. Both of these models use induction kits and APRIC systems, which is all the rave in the world of Triumph.
As for the new models, they are all loaded down with modern features and power-base improvements. The newest addition to the lineup is the titanium Superbikes, which have been made to look and feel like real bikes. They have suspension and are lighter than the originals, and Triumph has kept the same tank style that’s been used on all of their bikes.
The new Triumph Bonneville Gold Line has a lot of options to offer, and they’ve done a great job of integrating them into the new models. Even if you haven’t had the chance to ride one of these bikes before, you should give them a shot. They’re built on the quality of the best Triumph bikes of past, and they’re about as close to having a real bike as you can get. Triumph introduced this line with great success, and now they’re looking to expand it into new markets around the world.