This bike is a blast from the past! The Bonneville originally gets it's name from the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, from when Triumph broke land-speed records in the 50's, and at the same time the Bonneville came into production. The Bonneville is an iconic silhouette that has been improved with modern day mechanics and applications. You'll see spoked wheels, peashooter exhaust pipes that just sound super cool and unique, and an air cooled parallel twin, showing its connection to its roots with the older Bonneville look and feel. It also was upgraded carrying a much bigger displacement at 865cc, this bike is fuel injected, has disc brakes, has an improved suspension, and a two tone paint job. This Bonneville brilliantly retained its classic look, while implementing modern day performance, handling, and reliability. It has 67 Horsepower and 50lbs of torque, with a relatively linear torque curve and a parallel twin motor, the power delivery is very crisp and smooth. The Bonneville can get up to 45+ mpg and can get up to speeds as fast as 100+ mph. This bike has super low mileage at 1,369 miles and has been kept in very good condition. It has been recently serviced and inspected and is in great shape! As far as who this bike is for, a beginner could find this bike great for their growth and forgiving to them, a collector could find that this piece helps completes their collection, and an experienced or expert rider would definitely have a fun time on this bike. This bike is ready to get out the door and ride today, It just needs you to turn the key!
If you have any questions, or would like to set up a time to come see the bike, please give us a call at (206) 243-8799 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. No texts, it is a landline.
Financing available as low as 4.99 OAC. Cash, Check, Visa / MasterCard accepted. Full financing and Delivery available. Deposits are accepted. A nonrefundable deposit of $250 will hold the bike for a week. Price of motorcycle does not include tax and licensing fees as well as a negotiable documentary fee of up to $150 due at the time of purchase.