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I popped along to the local T-Fest day at Jack Lilley in Surrey to have  a ride on the new Triumph Speed Triple R and Thruxton R but whilst I was there, and with time on my hands, I took the opportunity to take this rather splendid 2016 Triumph Bonneville T120 out for a ride. I have always respected this classic sort of motorcycle shape and, of course, the Bonneville name is somewhat legendary but it has never really been 'my thing'. I therefore took the keys for the bike with absolutely no expectations whatsoever. First of all, I had a good look around it and started to see the attraction as the Triumph T120 clearly had raw motorcycling appeal despite being rather contemporary with an abundance of modern motorbiking technology adorning it. What stood out for me was the pure simplicity of it. I also admired its clarity of...
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Whether you are into modern super naked motorcycles, agressive super sports motorbikes, cruisers, scramblers or even super motos you will always admire the look of the new Thruxton R from Triumph. It seems to elevate itself above simply being about looks and provides a heavy dose of style and the elusive feel good factor. It makes you smile, it makes your son smile, it makes your father smile and it makes your grandpa smile. It is retro, yet modern, traditional yet contemporary, loud but safe. The fulll name is actually a Triumph Bonneville Thruxton 1200 R priced at £11700. There is also a non-R version priced at £10,400 which has less detailing and lower quality suspension/brakes.   Ade's Review When I first saw this bike in large print form in a Triumph dealership I was immediately struck by just  how 'honest' the bike looked. After all, this bike is a fake!...
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