2021 Triumph Bonneville teens and twins

Acbiker : 
How do you improve something that's already at the top of its game? Add a spoonful of horsepower and sprinkle in a bit of new tech without changing the recipe too, too much, and that usually does it.

That's pretty much what Triumph did with its Bonneville lineup—it kept the iconic styling and feel while also ensuring that the bikes remain relevant in the face of competition. While each model received a few subtle tweaks of its own, Triumph also copy-pasted some of the more important upgrades and applied them to the entire lineup. Everyone gets a styling and engine update, and higher-spec features. On top of that, the company also offers full collections of model-specific accessories. 

Here's a closer look at all the good stuff we're getting for 2021.


  • Updated bodywork 
  • More powerful liquid-cooled, Euro 5-compliant 900cc parallel-twin 
  • Two riding modes
  • 10,000 miles service interval
  • $9,400
From a style standpoint, the entry-level Street received a few subtle tweaks. At the front, a new set of brushed aluminum brackets attach the headlamp to the headstock. At the center, the side cover and fuel injection cover have been redesigned while, at the top, the Twin receives a new, cushier bench. The seat height increased ever so slightly, now standing at 30.1 inches (up from 29.9 inches). The bike tips the scales at 476 pounds wet. 
The 18 and 17-inch cast wheels are wrapped in a set of Pirelli Phantom Sportscomp. Stopping power comes from a single 310mm disc pinched by a four-piston Brembo caliper at the front wheel and a 255mm disc paired with a dual-piston Nissin caliper at the back. 

Also new for 2021 is the addition of the limited edition Street Twin Gold Line that features a matte black colorway with hand-painted gold pinstripe and vintage Triumph logo. Only 1,000 units will be produced. 

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