Bikes to have received the new colours are Bobber, Bonneville T120, Thruxton siblings and Street Twin.
The classic lineup of Triumph motorcycle fleet has gone through an overhaul, however not at the mechanics and specs but for the shades. Every offering, starting from the latest entrant Bobber to heritage Bonneville T120, all the old-school motorcycles have been dipped in containers of new colours. Older ones have been replaced by new and fresh shades.
The Bobber based on Bonneville has been adorned with Cranberry Red and Frozen Silver whereas, for Bonneville T120, older shades including Jet Black, Pure White and Cinder Red will be exchanged by Aluminum Silver, Competition Green and Fusion White.
Moving on to the cafe racer twins, the Thruxton has received a new Korosi Red colour replacing the Pure White and Thruxton R model has been altered to Crystal White and Jet Black in place of Diablo Red. Finally, the Street Twin will now be available in Crystal White instead of the older Phantom Black. New Decals are also an additional aura to the bike.
Changing colours might be a minor tweak but it will surely generate an excitement within the Triumph lovers. Afterall, shades are the first thing which enthrals us towards motorcycles, handling and power come later.