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Liam Marsden  says:

Triumph Bonneville 110th 'Anniversary Special' unveiled

To celebrate 110 years of manufacturing motorcycles, Triumph has just unveiled the 110th Anniversary Special Bonneville, which will be limited to 1,000 units priced at £7,399. The Anniversary Special is inspired by the 1902 No.1 model, and as such sports a unique anniversary crest, inspired by early Triumph tankbadges and a retro-inspired Brooklands green and aluminium silver paintscheme. Every anniversary model sold...

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Sep 09

Posts: 107

mickofield says:

Oldest company?

Does this mean that triumph is the oldest motorcycle company still in existence? Congratulations to them!

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Dec 05

Posts: 39

owensj says:

Oldest is

Royal Enfield by just a few years. Neither have been continually in production though.

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Apr 10

Posts: 55


This bike is a thing of great beauty. I have seen so many Bonnevilles over the years. They never fail to catch my eye. I have to say of the older models, I prefer the Thruxton. However, I could easily imagine pootling around the city on one of these (if I had endless cash, of course)

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Feb 12

Posts: 15

Somersetblue says:


That's my 2012 bike purchase sorted then. The Explorer can wait

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Dec 10

Posts: 12077

preunit says:


retro perfection right there, a job well done Triumph, I think i've come over all patriotic again  :-)

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Nov 08

Posts: 60

vitesse7749 says:

At Daytona Triumph for Bikeweek they have #2 Steve McQueen. Triumph continues to make a true classic every version they bring out. A mate of mine here has just been given the authorization to built flat track versions for Triumph, very very fast. I'm so chuffed with my 790 and Scrambler, I know most eveyone who owns one of these is not disappointed.

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brutale r


Dec 07

Posts: 3258

brutale r says:


triumph went bust didnt they

the triumph of today is not from the same stable as yesteryear

stop kidding yourselves same name different company ... but still good bikes


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Mar 12

Posts: 1286

bratale, Nah you wrong boy

The Triumph name & rights were bought out by John Bloor when the Meriden plant became too antiquated to modernise and the land too big & worth too much.

Following the closure of the Meriden site production continued in Devon while Mr Bloor was developing a range of modern machines and building a modern factory.

In late '88 production of complete old design bikes ceased in Devon as the newly designed bikes were under way at the new Hinckley plant.

The new models were on show in 1990 and very much updated by mid to late 90's. And now showing the way to most other manufacturers including some of the Japanese, while all the other European and also American manufacturers are going bust or being bought out.

Not just good, but great bikes and they're Made in England.

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Jul 10

Posts: 272

piroflip says:

the real thing

I heard that it's just like the original bonnie. It vibrates like crazy, it leaks oil, and it can be beaten by a jap 350.

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Oct 11

Posts: 2789

Piglet2010 says:


BMW Motorrad has built motorcycles every year starting in 1923, which likely (correct me if I am wrong) makes it the longest continuous production by the same company (and not new production by purchasing the trademark of a defunct company).

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