Three Bonneville special editions launched

Triumph has announced three new special edition models, all of which are based on its Bonneville.

Bonneville Newchurch

The first is named after Neukirchen, a town in Austria that hosts the annual Tridays event for Triumph owners.

Triumph Bonneville Newchurch Special Edition (2015) Side

Offered in a choice of Sapphire Blue / Pure White or Cranberry Red / Pure White two-tone colour schemes, the Newchurch gains a black finish for its seven-spoke cast wheels, handlebar, mudguards, headlight bowl and mirrors. It’s also equipped with a low-profile saddle.

An on-the-road price of £6,999 in the UK means the Newchurch is £200 more than a regular Bonneville.

Bonneville Spirit

Using the Bonneville T100 as a starting point, the Spirit features a shorter rear mudguard taken from the Thruxton and the Scrambler’s smaller headlight.

Triumph Bonneville Spirit Special Edition (2015) Side

It comes in a unique Spirit Blue / New England White paintjob, with contrast provided by blackened components. White saddle stitching completes the look.

Triumph is charging £7,499 for the Bonneville Spirit.

Bonneville T214

Lastly there’s the T214. That name recalls the 214.4 mph motorcycle land speed record set by Johnny Allen and his Triumph-powered streamliner in 1956 at the Bonneville Salt Flats.

Triumph Bonneville T214 Special Edition (2015) Front Side

Sharing much of its specification with the Spirit, the T214 wears a Caspian Blue / Pure White livery which has been inspired by the record-breaking bike of 58 years ago.

With worldwide production being limited to 1,000 examples, it costs £7,849.

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