Triumph Bonneville Features and Specifications


2014 Triumph Bonneville Features and Specifications - Triumph Bonneville is a modern-classic motorcycle, which is a perfect blend of style that is simple, performance and handling a reliable well as style of the British aristocracy of the exotic. Triumph Bonneville is also very popular because it is always superior when compared to other brands in its class.
2014 Triumph Bonneville Features and Technology
Engine
Performance
From day one Bonnevilles have been built to be ridden, not just to look good. Today, this 865cc parallel twin puts out a healthy 68PS with 68Nm of torque at its peak, with plenty available at low revs so you get most use out of it. The fuelling is controlled by a sophisticated management computer programmed for clean emissions and a smooth, predictable throttle response. So there’s enough performance to be fun for experienced riders but not so much that will intimidate riders with fewer miles behind them.

Configuration
A pair of cylinders still stand upright and proud at the heart of the Bonneville. With a wide bore and short stroke that adds up to 865cc for high levels of efficiency and low wear, with four valves per cylinder for the best breathing and power. There are balance shafts tucked away inside the crankcase so you’ll notice very little vibration for a parallel twin and, being air cooled, there’s no radiator to spoil the view.

Chassis
Frame
All of our extensive chassis experience and technology has gone into the Bonneville’s simple tubular steel construction. Providing easy, neutral steering and exceptional balance even at low speeds.

Handling
The chassis on a modern Bonneville is as good as the engine. In fact, the engine is part of the chassis. We’ve built a traditional style tubular steel cradle design and included the engine as an integral component for a stiffer, stronger chassis and more precise ride. Combining classic looks with modern engineering so that you get iconic Bonneville riding characteristics and modern handling.

Brakes
Inspired by the 1970s Bonneville, we’ve given the modern one a single disc brake at the front for a strong, progressive feel and a second disc for the rear producing performance alongside plenty of stopping force whilst maintaining the overall balance of the chassis so every moment of your ride is confident and controlled.

Wheels and Tyres
The cast aluminium wheels on the modern Bonneville look just like the ones on the 1970s but are much lighter, as well as bigger at 17 inches. This gives you easy, fluent handling and a more agile, involving ride.

Riding Position
The thing that makes the Bonneville a bike for riders new to big bikes as much as those into the classic style, is the riding position. The long flat seat suits riders of all heights and we’ve laid out the bars and footrests to create plenty of space so you won’t feel cramped even on a long ride out. We've even added a grab rail, so your passenger can enjoy the journey too.
It’s all put together so that you feel natural and in firm, confident control around town, at speed on a motorway or feeling the thrill of your Bonneville along a sinuous back road.

Seat Height
A seat height of just 740mm is the best way to get the classic, natural Bonneville riding position. So that’s the height we set it at.

Suspension
Looking good whilst working hard isn’t easy. But the 1960s style twin shocks fitted at the back come with a chrome finish and modern damping internals. As do the traditional-looking forks. And that makes the ride of your Bonneville smooth and controlled, even on bumpy roads and cornering at speed.

The choice of colors Triumph Bonneville
•    Crystal White Sapphire Blue
•    Lunar Silver
•    Phantom Black

Specifications Triumph Bonneville 
Engine and Transmission
Type : Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 360º firing interval
Capacity : 865cc
Bore : 90mm
Stroke : 68mm
System : Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
Exhaust : Stainless steel headers, twin chromed upswept silencers
final drive : X ring chain
clutch : Wet, multi-plate
gearbox : 5-speed
oil capacity : 4.5L

Chassis Running Gear and Displays
Frame  : Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm : Twin-sided, tubular steel
Front Wheels : Cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17 x 3.0 inch
Rear Wheels : Cast aluminium alloy, 7-spoke, 17 x 3.5 inch
Front Tyres : 110/70 R17
Rear Tyres : 130/80 R17
Front Suspension : KYB 41mm forks, 120mm travel
Rear Suspension L : KYB chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload, 100mm rear wheel travel
Brakes front : Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Brakes rear : Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper

Dimensions and Capacities
Length : 2115mm
Width handlebars : 790
Geight without mirror : 1130mm
Seat height ; 740mm
Wheelbase : 1490mm
Rake : 27º
Trail : 106mm
Tank capacity : 16l
Wet weight : 225 kilo
Dry weight ; 209 kilo

Performance
Max power ec : 68PS @ 7500
Max power eckw : 51KW @
Max torque ec : 68NM @ 5800

Fuel Consumption
Urban : 18.12kmpl
56mph/90kph : 24.07kmpl
75mph/120kph : 19.68kmpl