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Triumph unveil new Bonneville Gold Line Editions

If you’re a fan of Triumph’s Bonneville range but want something with a bit more personality, then the eight new Gold Line Editions may just take your fancy.

After the Street Twin Gold Line Edition sold out earlier this year, Triumph have decided to up the ante, and give another eight machines in their range the full ‘Gold Line’ treatment. This essentially means that almost every version of the British company’s modern classic range now comes with a new and (fairly) unique colour option, with gold coach lines hand-painted in one continuous stroke by the experts at Triumph. Pretty fancy, aye?

Triumph told us that the bikes will be in dealers from December with each being available for one year only, and if you want them even smarter, the accessory fly screens are also colour coded for each bike as well. So, what does each machine look like? Here we go!

Bonneville T100 Gold Line Edition – from £9,900

Triumph Bonneville T100 Gold Line

The cheapest offering gets a Silver Ice fuel tank with Competition Green infill, hand-painted gold lining and the gold line logo, alongside Silver Ice mudguards and side panels with Competition Green stripes. The T100 logo is also a different colour from the standard.

Street Scrambler Gold Line Edition – from £10,100

Triumph Street Scrambler Gold Line

A touch above the T100, the more rugged-looking Street Scrambler comes equipped with a Matt Pacific Blue tank with a Graphite stripe and gold Triumph tank logos alongside the Gold Line logo. There’s also a gold lining alongside the tank stripe and brushed foil knee pads, alongside Matt Black mudguards, and a new Street Scrambler logo.

Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line Edition – from £12,900

Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line

Triumph’s Bonneville based cruiser, the Speedmaster, gets a Silver Ice Fuel Tank, Sapphire Black twin stripe, brushed foil knee pads and gold lining, alongside the Gold Line logo. There’s also a Sapphire Black headlight bowl, mudguards and side panels, alongside the uniquely coloured logo.

Bonneville Bobber Gold Line Edition – from £12,900

Bonneville Bobber Gold Line

You know the drill by now. Triumph’s Bobber gets a Carnival tank and mudguard set, alongside gold Triumph logos and the Gold Line logo. It’s then been gifted a Sapphire Black twin stripe design and side panels, brushed foil knee pads, gold lining and the Gold Line logo.

Bonneville T120 Gold Line Edition – from £11,800

Bonneville T120 Gold Line

Like the 900cc T100, the first of the 1200cc T120s comes with a Silver Ice tank that’s complete with a Competition Green infill, with gold lining and the Gold Line logo. It also gets Silver Ice mudguards, side panels and a unique T120 logo too.

Bonneville T120 Black Gold Line Edition - from £11,800

Bonneville T120 Black Gold Line

Same price, different colour. Unlike the standard T120 Gold Edition, the Black Edition gets a Matt Sapphire tank, mudguard set, headlight bowl and side panels. It then gets a Matt Silver infill, alongside the gold lining and Gold Line logo, with different side stripe graphics too.

Scrambler 1200 XC Gold Line Edition - from £12,800

Scrambler 1200 XC Gold Line

The first of the 1200cc Scramblers gets a Carnival Red and Storm Grey tank, complete with an Aluminium Silver stripe, brushed foil knee pads, gold lining and the Gold Line logo. It’s then finished with a Jet Black side panel and headlight bowl.

Scrambler 1200 XE Gold Line Edition - from £13,650

Scrambler 1200 XE Gold Line

And last but not least, the range-topping Scrambler 1200 XE gets the same headlight bowl, side panel, knee pads and gold lining as the XC, but with a Baja Orange and Silver tank, complete with a Pure White stripe.

Fancy one of these hand-finished Triumphs? Head on over to your local dealer for more information.

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