It has been 60 years since the original Triumph Bonneville hit the streets in 1959. To celebrate the iconic motorcycle's 60th anniversary, Triumph has released two special models: the 2019 Bonneville T120 Ace and the Diamond Edition.
Both are powered by the same liquid-cooled 1,200 cc parallel twin — rated to make 80 PS at 6,550 rpm and 105 Nm of torque at 3,100 rpm. The two bikes debuted at EICMA last year and are now available in limited quantities. They will be delivered to their new owners with numbered certificates signed by Triumph’s CEO, Nick Bloor.
The 2019 Triumph Bonneville T120 Ace is based on the T120 Black, and pays homage to the ‘60s café racer culture of London as well as the city’s world-famous Ace Cafe. Triumph gave the Ace a one-off Matt Storm Grey paint scheme and blacked-out accessories to give the modern-classic machine a stealthy look “that’s moody, mean, and full of attitude.” The tank dons a four-bar badge which harkens back to the brand’s 1950s roots and a subtle stripe with a fun “HEAD DOWN, HOLD ON” graphic. Ace Cafe London logos are placed around the motorcycle. 1,400 units of the 2019 Bonneville T120 Ace will be sold for $12,500 each.
Meanwhile, the 2019 T120 Diamond Edition commemorates the Bonneville’s 60th birthday. This beauty shines with a Snowdonia White and Aluminum Silver Union Jack paint scheme and premium, polished chrome accents. The special motorcycle receives Triumph's recognizable four-bar badge on its tank. Only 900 units of the 2019 Triumph Bonneville T120 Diamond Edition will be sold for $12,350 each. Contact your local dealer to place an order.