Triumph is making a bold move in the world of Modern Classics for 2024.
The company’s skilled paint team is introducing a new custom-style paint finish on eight Bonneville models.
These unique Bonneville Stealth Editions will be available for just one year and offer a fresh take on motorcycle aesthetics.
The painting process starts with a shiny ‘Silver Ice’ base layer on each tank, followed by a ‘Sapphire Black’ vignette, and then multiple layers of tinted lacquer to create a stunning, color-shifting effect in different lighting conditions.
Now, let’s dive into the details of each of these Triumph Bonneville Stealth Editions:
Bonneville Speedmaster Red Stealth Edition
Triumph’s Bonneville Speedmaster Red Stealth Edition gives the classic British custom icon a bold red design. It features a 1200cc high-torque twin engine compliant with EURO 5 standards, promising a responsive ride with a focus on torque and power. The bike comes with high-quality 47mm Showa cartridge forks and adjustable rear suspension for great maneuverability and comfort.
Bonneville Bobber Purple Stealth Edition
The famous Bonneville Bobber gets a fresh look with the Bonneville Bobber Purple Stealth Edition, showcasing a vibrant purple finish. It offers 106 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm and a smooth torque-assist clutch for easy riding. The bike’s distinctive 16″ front wheel and robust 47mm front forks give it a muscular appearance.
Bonneville T100 Blue Stealth Edition
The Bonneville T100 Blue Stealth Edition combines easy handling with thrilling performance in a striking blue package. Its Bonneville 900cc engine provides 65PS at 7,400rpm and 80 Nm of peak torque at 3,750rpm, ensuring a fun and responsive ride. The bike features high-quality cartridge front forks, twin rear shocks, and classic-style wheels, offering agile and safe riding with ABS and traction control.
Bonneville T120 Blue Stealth Edition
The Bonneville T120 Blue Stealth Edition brings contemporary custom style with its vibrant blue finish. This bike packs modern features, including 41mm cartridge forks, adjustable rear suspension, twin Brembo front brakes with ABS, and a 1200cc twin engine delivering 105 Nm of peak torque at low rpm.
Bonneville T120 Black Stealth Edition
The Bonneville T120 Black Stealth Edition stands out with a sleek silver matt finish and blacked-out details. It’s powered by a 1200cc Bonneville engine, delivering low-end torque and top-end power. The distinctive sound comes from the stainless steel twin upswept sports silencers.
Speed Twin 1200 Red Stealth Edition
The classic Speed Twin 1200 is now available in vivid candy red as the Speed Twin 1200 Red Stealth Edition. It offers dynamic riding capability, comfortable ergonomics, and a dedicated roadster-focused chassis. The 1200cc Bonneville twin engine delivers 100PS at 7,250rpm and features twin upswept sports silencers for a unique sound.
Speed Twin 900 Green Stealth Edition
The Speed Twin 900 Green Stealth Edition stands out with a deep green tank design, reminiscent of British racing green. It’s powered by a torque-rich 900cc Bonneville twin engine, offering an exciting and comfortable ride. The bike includes Euro 5 engine compliance, cast wheels, brushed aluminum accents, Brembo front brakes, riding modes, ABS, and traction control, making it a versatile choice.
Scrambler 900 Orange Stealth Edition
The Scrambler 900 Orange Stealth Edition is known for its rugged style and now features an eye-catching orange finish. It’s powered by a high-torque 900cc Bonneville engine with ride-by-wire throttle, offering superb control and rideability. The bike’s unique frame, wide handlebars, and mid-position foot pegs provide confidence and visibility. With a low seat height and narrow stand-over width, it’s accessible and fun for all riders.
Triumph’s Chief Commercial Officer, Paul Stroud, expressed excitement for these Stealth Editions, showcasing the innovation and craftsmanship of Triumph’s paint team. These limited-time Bonneville models are expected to be a hit among fans, combining unique aesthetics with high performance. Motorcycle enthusiasts and collectors will eagerly anticipate their release in 2024, highlighting Triumph’s dedication to innovation and excellence.