Limited edition Triumph Bonneville T120s showcased at EICMA

Diamond Edition and Ace models to be released in 2019.

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Triumph will introduce two limited edition Bonnveille T120s in 2019 dubbed the Diamond Edition and Ace, following an announcement at Milan’s EICMA show in Italy.

Based on the timeless Bonneville T120, the new for 2019 Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition celebrates the 60th anniversary of the most famous British motorcycle in history. Born in 1959 and named after the iconic Bonneville Salt Flats, the original T120 set the benchmark for style, capability and handling, and today’s generation takes the legend to an even higher standard.

The 2019 Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition takes all of the classic style and modern capability of the standard Bonneville T120 and brings an even higher standard of finish, including an exclusive white and silver tank design with striking ‘Union flag’, and unique Bonneville T120 Diamond logo on the side panels. A limited run of only 900 unit will be available worldwide,

The Bonneville T120 Ace, is built to celebrate the very first generation of cafe racers and London’s legendary Ace Cafe – the spiritual home of classic British motorcycling.

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The new 2019 Bonneville T120 Ace follows from the hugely successful Thruxton Ace of 2015, with a stripped-back and blacked-out take on the very first generation of cafe racers.

Built to echo the ‘head down – hold on’ teenage biker ethos of the day, and celebrate the spiritual home of the modern classic British motorcycle the legendary Ace Cafe, the Bonneville T120 Ace provides a unique and stylish one-of-a-kind Ace version of the beautiful Bonneville T120 Black.

Based on the stylish Bonneville T120 Black, the new 2019 Bonneville T120 Ace brings a unique level of premium finish, including an exclusive Matt Storm Grey paint scheme, with contrasting centre stripe, unique Bonneville T120 Ace logo on the side panels, and Ace Cafe logo on the front mudguard. Only 1400 will be available worldwide.

Both models will receive a numbered certificate of ownership signed by Nick Bloor, Triumph’s CEO, while the Ace will also feature Mark Wilsmore signature, the managing director of the Ace Cafe London. Pricing and availability in Australia is still to be determined.


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