Authors: Mick Duckworth & James Mann
The Triumph Bonneville has been one of motorcycling's most enduring British icons. The name comes from the Utah salt flats where a streamlined twin-cylinder Triumph captured the World Motorcycle Speed Record in 1956.
In 1959, the first Bonneville, the T120, appeared, and the Bonneville name would remain a revered badge of motorcycling honour for the following three decades. This elegant, picture-lavish book, featuring Bonnevilles specially photographed in a studio setting, pays tribute by showing all the classic models in exquisite photographic detail, accompanied by an expert commentary. This is a visual feast for all Bonneville enthusiasts.
A unique new angle on a favourite subject. Beautifully designed, with top-quality studio photography accompanied by expert commentary. Creative photography of close-up details. All bikes featured are fully authentic, original or restored.
Comprehensive coverage of all Bonneville models, from the 1959 650cc T120 to the 1983 TSX and T140WTSS and the 1985-88 licence-built T140. A visual celebration of the world's most popular British classic motorcycle.
Number of pages: 240
Width: 230 mm
Height: 280 mm
Thickness: 25 mm
Weight: 454 g
Illustrations note: Full colour photos
Publisher: Haynes Publishing Group
Publication date: 24 February 2011