For 2016, the ground-up new Triumph Bonneville comes in two visually disparate color options: the T120 and T120 Black.  There are no performance differences between the two unless you consider back-in-black badassness to be a performance advantage. Both models begin with a base model price of $11,500, rising in $250 increments according to paint options.

2016 Triumph Bonneville T120 First Ride Review

The fuel-injected, liquid-cooled parallel-Twin powering the new Bonneville is defined by its torque production, which is plentiful, and placed very low in the rev range. Triumph engineers scrutinized every detail of the Bonneville to deliver a nicely packaged, modern interpretation of a classic icon. The Bonneville comes equipped with ride modes, traction control, ABS and heated hand grips. Cruise control is an available option. In addition to the Thruxton and Thruxton R, and Street Twin, the two T120s bring the Bonneville family count to five ranging in price from $8700 (Street Twin) to  $14,500 (Thruxton R).

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For more information go to TriumphMotorcycles.com.

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Helmet: Bell Bullitt Matte Metallic Titanium
Jacket: Roland Sands Design Zuma Timber

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  • Gabriel Owens

    That’s it? No review?

  • Old MOron

    Hey T-rod, you’re going to have to work on your Austrian accent. You can ask the other MOrons, “What’s the matter? VerticalScope got you pushing too many pencils?”

  • Alexander Pityuk

    Nice video. Good music, cool fotage. Liked your genuine smile, when you were talking about all the improvements.

  • JMDonald

    These changes have made this Bonneville more tempting and it is very hard to find a deal killer. I still remember seeing my first Bonneville as a kid back in the sixties. I need to have one. It may be time to sell off the roadster and get one.

  • Starmag

    Less or no music please. Louder exhaust volume on more moving footage. (Footage? In digital? Whateva.) The two tones look sweet.