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Bonneville 790, SE, Black & T100 (01-Current)

Bonneville 790, SE, Black & T100 (01-Current)


A completely new Triumph Bonneville 790 was debuted in 2001 by Bloor's Triumph Motorcycles Ltd. Originally built exclusively in Hinckley, England, some models are now produced at the company's Thailand manufacturing facility, which also makes components and accessories for various Triumph bikes. The new "Bonnie" strongly resembles the earlier models in style and basic configuration, but with entirely modern engineering. At the debut the new version was given a 790 cc parallel-twin engine, with the up-spec T100 receiving a 865 cc engine. From 2007 on, all Bonnevilles received the 865 cc engine.

Until 2007, all engines had carburettors; electronic fuel injection (EFI) was then introduced to the 2008 models in Britain and to United States models in the 2009 model year, in both cases to comply with increasingly stringent emissions requirements. Dummy carburettors, which are actually redesigned throttle bodies made to resemble carburettors, have been added to the 2009 models to retain the original vintage styling of previous years.

With a history like the Bonneville has had, the spirit that it embodies and the sound of that parallel twin through a set of pea-shooters is there really any question that they don't make some of the best Cafe Racers on the street?

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