We often see designers coming up with independent concepts that carry the names of the big marques. Rarely do we see the marque actually giving its blessings to the design. This happens to be one of those rare occasions. British designers Roy Norton and Tom Kasher approached Triumph Product Manager Simon Warburton about their idea for a new interpretation of the Triumph Bonneville, and received the brand’s support in return.
The design started out on a Triumph-donated Bonneville frame, which was modified to add the new body work. The new look Triumph Bonneville is classic and simple, yet brings in the goodness of modern motorcycles. The model was built around an 865cc air-cooled parallel twin engine, ensuring plenty of power.