After The Street Twin, All Bonnies Get Limited Edition ‘Gold Line’ Versions

  • Oct 26, 2021
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Barring the Scrambler 1200s, all Gold Line Bonnies will be in India by early 2022

Triumph has tasted much success with its limited edition Street Twin Gold Line model, which was a special aesthetic trim of the much loved Street Twin. While only 1000 units of the bike were built, Triumph has other plans for the bike for 2022. However, the Gold Line treatment is going to be extended to all other members of the Bonneville family. And nearly all of them will be in India by early 2022.

What’s The Price?
Triumph hasn’t shared the prices of the Gold Line editions yet. What the company has stated, though is that these special bikes will arrive at a slight premium over their respective standard colour editions. We figure the premium will be around Rs 25,000 - Rs 30,000 depending on the model. This price buffer was the same between the 2021 Street Twin standard and its Gold Line model. Recently, prices for all Triumph Bonneville models were hiked. Head here to check out the new prices.

What's New?
The Gold Line models certainly spruce up the appeal of each one of the Bonnie models. Each one of the golden pinstripes are hand-painted by one of six great Triumph’s artisans. Their chief is Garry Devine. Based out of Hinckley, Garry is the fourth generation of Devines to have worked at Triumph and has trained the other five to carry out the same at Triumph’s Thai facility.

Each one of these Gold Line models, which will not be limited to a fixed number but will only be on sale in 2022, will have the artist’s signature at the base of the fuel tank. Here’s what’s new on each and every single one of them:

Bonneville T100

  • An iconic silver and green colour combo brings out the authentic British twin flavour even more.
  • The hand-painted golden coach lines look absolutely stunning here and so does the gold Bonnie T100 logo.
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Bonneville T120 and T120 Black

  • The T120 gets the same silver and green treatment as the T100.
  • For the T120 Black, Triumph is pairing the silver with matte black for a dark yet elegant look.
  • The understated look of the T120 Black was one of the reasons it became quite a hit and this gold touch makes it quite exquisite.

Bonneville Speedmaster

  • Moving on to the more unique Bonnies, the Speedmaster Gold Line gets a Silver Ice fuel tank with brushed foil knee pads and black racing stripes. All of these elements are finished with a hand-painted golden boundary.
  • Even the gold ‘Speedmaster’ logo on the side panels with the gold pinstripe is enough to make you go weak in the knees.
  • Given the bulbous shape of the Speedmaster’s fuel tank, the artist’s signature will be located beneath the tank.

Bonneville Bobber

  • As delicious as the Speedmaster looks, the Bobber just takes everything to another level.
  • The Carnival Red shade along with the brushed foil knee pads and gold pinstripes just makes it the perfect ride for Christmas.
  • Just imagine a dapper Santa flying on the road. The only issue will be he won’t be able to carry any gifts on the bike.

Bonneville Street Scrambler

  • Triumph has paired a stunning dark matte blue shade with the gold accents for the rugged Street Scrambler.
  • Like the Bobber and the Speedmaster, this too gets brushed foil knee pads.
  • The side panels, though, are finished in Jet Black and bear golden ‘Street Scrambler’ logos.

What’s Unchanged?
These Gold Line models are mere cosmetic updates. Hence, whatever new bits that each one of these Bonnies got for 2021 will continue to be offered on the 2022 models as well. Hence, there’s absolutely no change to the 900cc and 1200cc parallel-twin motors and the dedicated tunes for each Bonneville model, the hardware, electronics package and styling.

ZigSays
Our pick of the lot has to be the Bonneville Bobber. Its combination of an eye-catching design and thrilling performance is enough to overlook its cumbersome riding posture. But even if you opt for the relatively simpler Bonnies, you wouldn’t be making a bad choice.

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