When it comes to iconic British motorcycling names, the Triumph Bonneville is never far from your lips.
Named after the firm’s success at the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats in the United States, the bike has taken many forms over its long lifespan, with the current range including machines like the ever-popular Bonneville Bobber and the T100 range.
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With so many variations of the Bonnie available, we’ve chosen four of our favourites currently up for grabs on MCN Bikes For Sale.
So, if you fancy owning a slice of British heritage, why not check out our picks below?
Popular with new and experienced riders alike, this easy-going fuel injected upright offers character in abundance, alongside a comfortable riding position, and limitless retro charm.
The low seat and easy-to-reach bars make the 900 an ideal bike for an afternoon’s gentle riding through the countryside and sit the bike as a direct rival to Harley-Davidson’s 883 Sportster.
A very clean 2014 model with just 4493 miles on the clock, this machine is still like new and comes as a dealer sale. Be warned though, 900 Bonnevilles need regular love and care to retain such an impressive finish.
Believe it or not, this low-slung cruiser is based on the Bonneville platform (the clue is in the name) and despite its laid back persona, remains quite nimble around town and competent on faster, twisty backroads.
To give the America a more befitting soundtrack, Triumph gave the bike a 270° crank, rather than the standard Bonneville’s 360° one - translating to a more V-twin like feel and sound.
Finished in a tasteful blue and white with smatterings of chrome, this particular ‘62-plate machine comes fitted with a short screen, leather saddlebags and a sissy bar.
Smaller and lighter than the Bonneville T120, this is arguably a more fun and engaging bike to ride and own. Complete with wire wheels, tidy pea-shooter exhausts and just the right amount of chrome, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped onto the set of Heartbeat with every ride!
A full service history, low mileage and excellent condition set this bike apart from others currently for sale. Extras on this model include a large, clear fly screen.
Well-built and stunning to look at. What’s not to like? Based on the 865cc Bonneville lump, the Scrambler is set apart from the rest of Triumph’s retro range by its striking side-mounted twin-pipe set-up.
As well as looking the part, it is also delightfully user-friendly, thanks to its 765mm seat height and manageable power output.
Another low-mileage example, this 2014 bike gets a variety of upgrades, including a genuine Triumph Arrow full exhaust system, aftermarket shocks and a billet sprocket cover.
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