.. Triumph, which has the strongest “memory lane” brand, is producing Bonnevilles that have only “styling cues” in common with the 60’s models, and for that reason I’ve not been all that tempted to buy one even though I understand they are perfectly nice and reliable....
As one who has ridden both 60s Triumphs and currently owns a 2001 Bonnie. The "new" Bonneville's share more than “styling cues” with the 60s models. Triumph did a great job in creating a bike that looks and feels like its predecessor.
C5 Ain't got no competition
I don't remember the price of the solo I tested, but it was over weight and underpowered.
Well, Br. Blue, I gotta ask:Is that new Ural solo going to be a) overpriced, b) overweight and c) underpowered -- for its size and weight?