Prepare to be dazzled! Pricing revealed for Triumph's Chrome Edition bikes

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Triumph are bedazzling their Bonnies and sprucing up their Scramblers with a run of chrome editions. Inspired by the chromed tanks of the 1937 Speed Twin and the 1960s Tritons, the collection spans ten models and will be available for one year only.

First teased at the Cologne show with a chromed Rocket 3, the limited run includes the Bonneville T100 and T120 (below), Bobber, Speedmaster, Thruxton RS, Scrambler 900, Scrambler 1200 XE (pictured above) and Speed Twin, each benefitting from Triumph’s state-of-the-art chrome-detailing facility.

Triumph Bonneville T120 Chrome Edition

All ten models receive a chrome tank with various levels of shiny coverage, with additional bling allocated to tank badging, filler cap and knee-pad infills, dependent on the model. Jet black mudguards, headlight casings, radiator cowls and other peripheries enable the chromed parts to stand out even further.

Available to order now, these exclusive limited editions are available for 12 months and will reach customers later this ear into the early part of 2023. Prices range from £8945 for the Speed Twin 900 to £22,200 for the Rocket 3 GT pictured below.

Triumph Rocket 3 Chrome Edition

Triumph’s shiny future: Chrome Collection teased at Intermot

First published October 10 by Dan Sutherland

Triumph Rocket 3 Chrome Collection

Triumph have delivered a teaser for their upcoming Chrome Collection of bikes, set to be revealed on October 25. The first of these machines confirmed is a Rocket 3 R, which was on display at Intermot in Germany, with blacked bodywork and a chromed fuel tank.

Triumph’s General Manager for Germany and Austria, Natalie Kavafyan said: “Today, we present the Rocket 3 R. You will also find the same colour scheme on the other bikes we are going to announce.

“The bikes will be available from February in dealerships and as a collection of modern classics. The full story will be revealed soon and the bikes will be available throughout the model year.”