By Joe Appleton
The Bigger Bonneville: The 2021 Triumph Bonneville T120
Triumph’s Bonneville T120 is a British motorcycle designed for riders who want to enjoy the rich heritage of Triumph’s Bonneville range but want more displacement and more performance. In short, the T120 is an uprated Bonneville and the biggest Bonneville in the 2021 Triumph line-up.
Unlike most of the other Bonnevilles from Triumph Motorcycles, the T120 comes equipped with a larger engine. Rather than a 900 cc unit, it features a 1200 cc liquid-cooled, 8-valve, parallel twin Bonneville engine that produces an impressive 80 horsepower and 77 lb-ft of peak torque. That power is kept under control with modern riding aids such as Ride-by-Wire, switchable traction control, Road and Rain riding modes, a torque-assist clutch, and ABS.
Though it’s mainly designed for heritage-inspired riding, the modern T120 packs a surprising number of modern amenities. These include an LED DRLs and rear light, heated grips, a passenger grab rail, a USB charging port, and an immobilizer. For riders looking for more, Triumph offers more than 160 additional accessories in its catalog.
For 2021, the Triumph Bonneville T120 is available in four color options: Fusion White and Aegean Blue, Storm Grey and Baja Orange, Silver Ice, and Jet Black. An additional model, the Triumph Bonneville T120 Black is available with a blacked-out aesthetic.
The 2021 Triumph Bonneville T120 starts from $11,850 USD / $13,250 CAD.
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- Price: $11,850 USD / $13,250 CAD
- Key Features:
- 1200cc high torque engine with an iconic silhouette
- Category-defining style and capability
- Customizable with over 160 high-quality accessories