Triumph Bonneville SE and Speed Triple SE | First Look

If you’re like a lot of people these days, you’re pretty busy, maybe too busy to customize your own motorcycle. No worries, Triumph has your back with new special-edition models of the Bonneville and the Speed Triple.

The Special Edition Bonneville takes the stage with a distinctive red frame and a two-tone Cranberry Red and Matte Black tank. Look closer and you’ll see new front turn signals and a new headlight, while out back there’s a black passenger grab bar. Guarding the 865cc engine’s crankcase is a black bash plate, and you can check your six in a pair of black mirrors while perched on a seat with new stitching and vinyl covering.

Crave a bit more performance with your style? The Special Edition Speed Triple comes with a blue frame and swingarm, and Matte Graphite bodywork. The front mudguard, side pods, tank-cover panel, and inner radiator panels are all made of carbon fiber. A color-matched flyscreen, belly pan, and seat cowl are standard, along with rubber tank pads, a clear taillight, and restyled clutch, alternator, and sprocket covers. But wait, there’s more––blue wheel pinstripes, new mirrors, and black silencer heat shields, handlebars, and clamps.

The Special Edition Bonneville and Speed Triple will be available starting May 1, with the Bonneville priced at $7999 and the Speed Triple at $13,399.