2010 Triumph Bonneville motorcycle review @ Top Speed

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Triumph Bonneville SE


year: 2010 Triumph Model: Bonneville $7,699 Engine: Air-cooled, parallel-twin, 360 degree firing Transmission: 5-speed Horsepower @ 66bhp @ 7,500 rpm Torque @ 50ft.lbf @ 5,800 rpm Energy: sequential electronic fuel with SAI Displacement: 865 L Top Speed: 110 mph


Posted on 02.26.2010 by Maxx Biker

Triumph the 2010 Bonneville lineup for the 50th anniversary and we dare from the very beginning it is their best one yet. The backing this affirmation up in both the presence of a fuel system for the legendary powerplant as as that of three different apart from the T100

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2009, the Triumph Bonneville a new era of performance, style and nostalgia by their range in a way that was as as it was anticipated.

Their classic is the Bonneville T100 so this spoked wheels, ’peashooter’ exhaust silencers, two-tone as well as chromed engine and black instrument surrounds in a attempt of retaining the original look.

The 2010 Bonneville a pair of 17” cast Thruxton-like exhaust and short fenders to enhance the sporty Also, the riding position is different due to a lowered and narrowed but this modern interpretation of the still retains the classy and distinctive features that this name famous.

the 2010 Bonneville SE looks like a two-tone painted model, but it’s really of it than just that. from the New Bonneville, the SE features speedometer and tachometer set, Triumph tank badge and a modern overall appearance.

fuel injected parallel engine

The central piece of all bikes is Triumph’s unmatched air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 360 firing interval engine is fed through a multipoint sequential fuel injection system. was needed to design the fuel-injection in order for the bike to meet and stricter environmental regulations so retain the same riding by tuning the motor to develop at 7,500 rpm and 50ft.lb at 5,800 which is as close as possible to the model year’s performances.

In what concerns dimensions, the are also slightly different. The and SE models are both shorter and a bit wider than the T100 and feature a 27 degree/106mm rake and instead of the Classic model’s 28 The Bonneville gets rid of the 3.5 gallons and upgrades to its sibling’s 4.2 gallons

Very often, the Bonneville says it all and it’s all because of the heritage that this provided Triumph and the entire industry with.

Although the motorcycle manufacturer introduced the Bonneville back in 1959, it was the Bonneville T120 that the big wave for Triumph mostly to the classic blue and grey scheme, blade style and integrated headlamp/instrument nacelle. And together with an authenticity on the front yoke, are precisely the that set the 1960 Anniversary apart from the Bonneville


As for 2009, the Bonneville that aging is in Triumph’s as the innovative minds behind the are constantly working to develop new through which past is present again.


Harley-Davidson lusts at a piece of pie and offers three specific from their Sportster so that they’ll satisfy tastes. The Harley-Davidson Sportster 883 883 Custom and Iron 883 are all slightly interpretations of virtually the same despite the chopperesque look. all built around the 883cc, Evolution V-twin engine is capable of as much as 55 ft.lbs of from as low as 3,500 rpm thanks to the sequential port fuel

None of the three Harleys less than 548 lbs so the Bonnevilles be more agile thanks to more than 70 lbs lighter With prices starting in the of $8K, the Harleys can be quite for the potential Bonneville model.

Ever since the Bonneville was 51 years ago, the whole about it was the unique design as as riding feel and as we all know, two are strong related. Amazing and a comfortable seating position the Bonneville THE bike to ride in the especially is you lived in England.

days bring modern and the bike keeps on going even though it looks much like it did back in its days. Yes, we’re to the 2010 Triumph Bonneville the current model that the original classic lines. about this motorcycle just right starting the standard spoked wheels, the which are wrapped around the as well as the retro exhaust and the color schemes available for the model year: an all-new paintjob and the old Forest Green/New White, Jet Black/Fusion White schemes.

The 2010 Triumph T100 Anniversary Edition the 1960s unique two-tone Blue/Caspian Blue combination hand-painted pinstripes.

Also a of modern requirements, the 2010 Bonneville is what we like to a modern retro. This is the of bike that replaces the spoked wheels with cast wheels wrapped in fairings and featuring megaphone silencers. The mechanical parts are black painted while the available for it are Jet Black and Fusion

The 2010 Triumph Bonneville SE pretty much the same if we take the T100 model as only that this features polished alloy covers, while the engine blacked out. The color available for the Special Edition are Jet Black and Pacific Blue/Fusion

Looking at the big picture here, uses every occasion it gets in order to remain on top of preferences and the four 2010 models are simply built for specific purpose.


My heart is 865cc of pure twin gold that out, oh, about 67hp at rpm, and 51lb ft at 5,800. No not into drag racing or my rear tire (even if it is 3.5” wide) exiting a or any of those wheelie shenanigans.

While I wouldn’t be chasing any sport bikes through the I felt confident enough in the single rotors310mm in front, at the rearto twist the throttle between turns. For such a bike with purely ergonomics, it handles sportingly and has reasonable ground clearance. So, a total blast, even if it totally fast. motorcyclingmag

The is quite easy to control, ideal for the entry-level crowd. a respectable lower end, we ourselves parking the throttle in the half of the revs between and the 7000rpm redline to take of some top end zip. motorcycle-usa

The spools up in a remarkably linear precisely what many new need. But even if you’re a vet like me, a smooth engine and throttle response are always motorcycle

“Our only complaints are of the suspension, which delivered sudden jolts to the spine sharp bumps, and perhaps the overly sensitive steering at high speed. The latter is born of high lever in the long handlebars, transmitted by own efforts to hang on against the popularmechanics


Triumph the American competition with a marketing strategy standing in of the 2010 upgraded classic, and SE models. So the MSRP for the 2010 model starts at $8,799, the Limited Edition model $200 onto that. The one for the starts at $7,699 and the Special comes with an $8,399 tag for the single color and at $8,599 for the paintjob.


It’s hard to abstain ourselves saying that Triumph is rewriting history with the new models, because that’s what they are doing. The modern interpretations of a piece of are sure to catch on to the public and part of the Bonneville lineup a time from now.

Engine and Transmission

Type: DOHC, parallel-twin, 360 degree interval

Capacity: 865cc

90 x 68 mm

Compression Ratio: 9.2:1

System: Multipoint sequential fuel injection with SAI

Drive: X ring chain

Wet, multi-plate


Performance (measured at crankshaft to

Chassis and Dimensions

Frame: steel cradle

Swingarm: tubular steel

Front Cast aluminum alloy, 17 x 3.0 inch

Rear Wheel: aluminum alloy, 7-spoke, 17 x 3.5

Front Tyre: 100/70 R17

Tyre: 130/80 R17

Front Kayaba 41mm forks, travel

Rear Suspension: Kayaba spring twin shocks adjustable preload, 100mm wheel travel

Front Single 310mm disc, 2 piston floating caliper

Brakes: Single 255mm Nissin 2 piston floating

Length: 83.2in

Width 31.1in

Height: 44.5in

Triumph Bonneville SE

Height: 29.1in


Rake/Trail: 27 degree/106mm

Wet Weight:

Fuel Tank Capacity: 4.2 US gal


2010 Triumph and Bonneville SE


The New Bonneville/Bonneville SE a fuel injection system for clean running and to meet 3 legislation. The retro styling uncompromised though, as the fuel are cleverly concealed by throttle designed to look like carbs. Polished alloy covers come as standard on the SE.


The New Bonneville/Bonneville SE sports new lightweight 17” cast wheels for 2010, creating an all new and improving the bike’s agility and low handling characteristics.


Stylish megaphone exhausts those sported by the raciest in the 1970s.


The braking of single front 310mm and 255mm rear, both on by powerful twin-piston calipers, sensitivity, control and ample power.


The 2010 SE’s comfortable seat is 1.3 in than on previous models. with a revised riding the Bonneville SE provides a more and accessible ride than before.


The New Bonneville’s/Bonneville low seat height (29.1inches) and low of gravity make it a manageable that all riders ranging those with little to those with lots can The tubular steel double frame is incredibly strong offering light and precise

2010 Triumph Bonneville


The T100’s full-blooded and 865cc parallel twin-cylinder delivers throaty acceleration, by the mellow backbeat from its peashooter exhaust pipes. power of 68PS (66bhp) at 7500rpm, with peak of 69Nm (50ft.lbf) delivered at


The T100 features a injection system designed for running and to meet Euro 3 The retro styling remains though, as the fuel injectors are concealed by throttle bodies to look like traditional

Exhaust System

A pair of stainless peashooter-style silencers the exhaust gases and enhance the appearance of the bike.


The T100 features a classically dual coloured tank, hand painted coach rubber knee pads and inspired chromed tank


The braking set-up of front 310mm disc and rear, both worked on by twin-piston calipers offers control and ample stopping


The chassis a tubular frame, 41mm telescopic and chromed twin rear offers secure road-holding, steering and easy-going manners, as you would expect of a bike from Bonneville heritage. topped by a generous seat, plenty of room for two.

Triumph Bonneville SE
Triumph Bonneville SE
Triumph Bonneville SE


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