Triumph Motorcycles has added three models to its Bonneville range — Street Cup, T100, and the T100 Black, which were showcased during the 2016 Intermot Motorcycle Show.
The Triumph Street Cup and T100 models are based on the new 900cc Speed Twin motorcycle, as the upcoming Scrambler and Bobber are also suspected to be.
The three new motorcycle unveiled at the Motorcycle show will join the 1200cc Triumph T120, T120 Black, Thruxton, and Thruxton R as part of the motorcycle maker's new Bonneville line-up.
The Street Cup is a stripped down version of the Street Twin and comes with a bullet seat with a removable cafe racer seat cowl at the rear.
Other accessories include a fly screen, bar-end mirrors, dropped Ace handle bars, short and up ward designed exhausts, and a two-tone paint finish.
Like the Street Twin, the Street Cup comes equipped with ride-by-wire throttle, switchable traction control, ABS, and a torque assist clutch (slipper clutch).
The T100's features include chrome touches, brushed aluminium covers, old-school bolt-on Triumph badges, and mirrors, mudguard stays, handlebars, and headlight bezel finished in chrome. Also, the pillion seat id finished with better foam and cushioning, along with contrast piping.
The motorcycle comes in Aegean Blue and Fusion White with hand-painted coach lines, Intense Orange and New England White with hand-painted coach lines and Jet Black colour themes.
The T100 Black has full black wheel rims, a peashooter exhaust finished in matt black, and blacked out engine covers that give the motorcycle a uniquely stealthy look.