Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys® – The 2014 models from Triumph embrace classic styling!
Triumph is a legendary motorcycle company and they have embraced their vintage heritage with the updated versions of the Scrambler, Bonneville, and Thruxton.
Thruxton: The Rockers scene should appreciate the café racer design of the Thruxton with its stylish grab rail, adjustable rear suspension, and dynamic new color patterns. New additions this year include adjustable rear suspension, lowered handlebars to enhance the café racer appearance, and upswept exhausts. Color options include green and black and both are enhanced with gold accents.
Noted motorcycle builder and Triumph expert, Scott Arndt looked through the new lineup and noted, “All I can say is that they are great looking bikes with traditional styling that Triumph is known for; I like the addition of the modern technology. I love them!”
Scrambler: The upsweep exhaust pipes provide a sensual design element along with blacked out bars, oil cooler lines, rims, hubs, and rear master cylinder reservoir cover. The colors include red/silver and matte blue.
Bonneville: This model is one of the most popular in the Triumph line and an attractive choice for those looking for a solid entry-level motorbike. Featuring machine-cooling fins on the cylinders, improved filler on the seats, the addition of the black grab rail on the rear, and blacked-out cooling lines are just some of the design elements that make this bike appealing. The color options include silver, black, and white/blue.
For the Bonneville T100, it features many of the same elements; however, it has a chain guard and some additional chrome along with taller handlebars and 19-inch spoked wheels. The T100 black receives black treatment on wheel hubs, rims, bars, mirrors, and more. Other color options include black/red and white/gold.
“Still with the reliable 865cc engine and only a few cosmetic upgrades, the new 2014 Bonneville’s, T-100, Scrambler and Thruxton continue the great line of retro-styled, dependable and reasonably priced motorcycles,” says Triumph rider Christopher Cave.
The Bonneville family begins at $7,899 for the basic model and goes upwards of $9,799 for the top tier Bonneville T100.