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Newchurch Special Edition
This new model features fresh new contemporary paint schemes, a new low profile seat and with cool black detailing throughout. Each petrol tank is hand painted with a new design that highlights the iconic lines and proudly sports the new Triumph logo. Available in a choice of Cranberry Red / Pure White or Sapphire Blue / Pure White, featuring hand painted black detailing, the Bonneville Newchurch wears blacked-out mudguards, headlamp bowl, handlebars, mirrors and springs which combine to deliver a customised contemporary look. Finishing off the transformation are all black seven spoke cast wheels featuring a hand painted pinstriped coachline.
Asatuurs Keim: Bonneville is a motorcycle that reflects my state of mind in full.
It is as simple and elegant as I hope one day my life will be.
It's easy on the eye design allows me to focus on experiences life throws towards me.
I hope it will be a reliable friend on the roads of unknown destinations.
Originally launched in 2004 the Rocket III has gained iconic status as the bike that every rider has on their wish list of ‘must do’ rides. The Rocket III is a unique motorcycle with the most unmistakable presence on two wheels and no other motorcycling experience even gets close to the sense of the awesome potency of a Rocket III Roadster making progress. And now, born from the biggest, baddest and meanest bike out there, the Limited Edition Rocket X was launched in 2015 to mark it's 10th anniversary.
Dennis Le Prevost: I have been riding motorcycles since I was fourteen but confess it was only in 2015 when I purchased my first Triumph motorbike. Now age sixty, I consider myself very privileged to own one of the limited edition Rocket-X bikes, number 348. The Triumph motorcycle heritage captures the same emotions of freedom, excitement, nostalgia, discovery and adventure I associate with a journey of this kind.