2021 Bonneville Speedmaster highlights
- Euro 5 compliant 900cc twin that’s more responsive, while offering lower emissions
- Higher specification Showa front suspension
- Improved rider and pillion comfort
- New instrument faces
For 2021, the 1200cc parallel twin gains Euro 5 compliance, which, according to Triumph, not only reduces emissions, but delivers a more immediate and responsive feel.
Maximum outputs are 57.5kW at 6100rpm and 106Nm at 4000rpm - slightly less power and slightly more torque compared to the Bonneville T120 – but over 90 per cent of torque is available all the way up to 5750rpm. Lower inertia from the engine in its Euro 5-compliant form has delivered smoother power and torque delivery, along with a notable lift in mid-range performance.
New for 2021 are larger 47mm Showa forks and a more comfortable rider and pillion seat. The rider’s seat now has a separate lumbar support and sculpted deep foam construction, while the pillion seat has 11mm thicker foam. Seat height remains at the low end of the Bonneville family at 705mm.
Like the T100/T120, the Speedmaster gets updated instruments for 2021, with redesigned faces for the analogue speedometer and revcounter.
Carryover features include ABS and switchable traction control, Road and Rain riding modes, cruise control and full LED lighting. There’s also a comprehensive range of accessories, including luggage, footboards and a windshield, allowing Speedmaster owners to customise their bike to suit their cruising needs.
The MY21 Speedmaster’s colour palette includes Jet Black, Sapphire Black/Fusion White and new Red Hopper candy
See your Triumph dealer for more details on the 2021 Bonneville Speedmaster.
2021 Bonneville Speedmaster – from $21,890 ride away