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Triumph launches Speedmaster Gold Line at INR 12,75,000

Written by Akhil Dalvi

Renowned British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph has announced the launch of its Speedmaster Gold Line edition for the Indian market. Priced at INR 12,75,000 (ex-showroom), the new bike is the most expensive among 5 other Gold Line editions. The brand has stated that it will produce the Gold Line edition of the Speedmaster for just a year. To enhance its exclusivity, the bike will feature the Triumph paint shop’s hand-painted, gold lining skills, resembling the other bikes.

Artists from Triumph’s paint shop state that it takes years of patience, expertise, and steady hands to develop gold-lining skills. Upon applying the two-tone colour palette, the paint team begins to flatten the meeting point between the two colours. A single trained artist from the shop then applies the continuous gold pinstripe by hand via a soft-bristled sword-liner brush. Finally, the process is complete after the coat of lacquer has been applied to seal the gold pinstripe.

2021 Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line: Design Details

The Gold Line edition of the Bonneville Speedmaster features a Silver Ice-colored fuel tank with Sapphire Black twin stripes. Triumph has continued the Sapphire Black colour scheme on the headlight bowl, mudguards, and side panels of the bike. Following this detail, the bike sports brushed foil knee pads with hand-painted gold lining and a ‘gold line’ logo. Additionally, the bike also features exclusive gold and silver Bonneville Speed logos, hand-painted gold lining, and a Sapphire Black short mudguard.

2021 Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line: Technical SpecsĀ 

Powering the new Bonneville Speedmaster Gold Line is the familiar 1200cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine from other premium Bonneville models. This motor produces 78 PS of power and 106 Nm of torque whilst being paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox. Along with a chromed stainless steel twin-skin exhaust system, the bike also features chromed stainless silencers and a wet clutch.

Using a tubular steel twin cradle frame, the bike also features 32-spoke, 16-inch alloy wheels on both ends. Triumph has equipped the bike with 47mm, Showa cartridge front forks and a monoshock, preload adjustable, rear RSU with linkage. For stopping power, the bike features dual 310mm, front brake discs with 2-piston Brembo sliding axial callipers and ABS. At the rear, the bike features a single 255mm disc with a single-piston Nissin sliding axial calliper and ABS.

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