Triumph Bonneville T100 review

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The Bonneville T100 is a retro styled street twin, a much more relaxed version of the bigger T120. You get all the perks of the bigger brother of this bike in a smaller, lighter and more fun package. At both low and high speeds the T100 feels very light and agile to ride holding a line through bends with ease.  If you’re on the smaller side this is a great bike for you as you get the power on of a Bonnie in a smaller package that would be much comfier and easier for you to ride. It has a 900cc water cooled parallel twin engine that thumps along the road smoothly and with a very pleasing mid-range. It’s no surprise that the Triumph Bonneville T100 is of a brilliant build quality and has obviously a huge amount of care and attention put into it.

Why we love it:

  • Cool Retro Style
  • Easy to Ride
  • Comfortable Riding Position
  • Quality Build and Finish
  • Lots of Custom Parts Available

Some of the Bonneville T00’s Features Include:

  • Twin Clocks with Gear Position
  • LED Tail Light and USB Socket Under Seat
  • 5 Speed Gearbox and Immobiliser
  • Dual Spring Shocks
  • Kayaba 41mm Fork With 120mm Travel

The Specs:

Liquid cooled, eight-valve, single overhead camshaft, 270° crank angle parallel twin

Displacement: 900cc

Horse Power: 54bhp

Top Speed: 110mph

Dry Weight: 213kg

Colours Available: 

  • Black/White/Blue
  • Black/White/Orange
  • Matt Black

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