The prominent modern classic models from the legendary British manufacturer, Triumph Motorcycles, the Bonneville T120 and Bonneville T100 gets a special treatment as a part of the Spirit of ‘59 campaign. These special edition models will be produced in a limited count of 59 units for every moniker. Also, the UK market will only be the one to avail with these models availability.
Apparently, the Bonneville T120 gets painted in a blue and orange paint scheme that follows the outline of the tank. Also, the bike obtains the ‘120’ badging on a black side panel. The other model T100 under this Spirit of ‘59 campaign dipped in white base with blue and orange stripes running all through the bodywork.
Triumph’s Spirit of ’59 campaign meant for the Bonneville launch in 1959. As a part of the campaign, off-custom trims of the models like the Thruxton R, Bobber Black and T120 has already been curated in association with British artist D*Face from the company. But they don’t get fortunate to hit the production line. The Bonneville T100 and T120 are the only models from Spirit of ’59 line-up, those has been able to hit the production line.
As the models are exclusive for the UK market, their presence in Indian market in brand’s product lineup is not possible. Still, you want to have a look on these limited edition Bonneville bikes, they are being showcased at the ongoing ‘Moto Art Show’ in Bengaluru from 31 March to 28 April.