The Triumph Bonneville T100 was released in 2001 to celebrate 100 years of Triumph. It was initially released as an uprated version on the standard Bonneville and used the same 790cc parallel-twin engine before being upgraded to a bigger 865cc lump.
Post 2006, the carbs were replaced by euro-friendly injectors, but the unit is hidden inside an authentic looking carb-esque housing to preserve the bike's styling.
That's the lovely thing about Triumph's modern classics, the attention to detail and commitment to maintaining retro appearance despite modern practicality makes them charismatic and desirable machines.
What the seller says
"An immaculate example of a Triumph Bonneville T100. This bike has had one owner from new and comes with both keys. It is fitted with a triumph passenger backrest, tank knee pads and fork gaiters."
Find this Triumph and other T100 models here.