The newest edition of Triumph’s iconic British custom features all of the 2021 Bonneville Speedmaster Triumph Scrambler’s all-day capabilities and stylish design, dramatically upgraded engine performance, better standard equipment, and more luxury finishing. The latest model offers a more comfortable, attractive, and sophisticated ride with 79 extras, including baggage.
Original British bespoke laid-back style with improved performance and handling, as well as a more comfortable ride.
2021 Bonneville Speedmaster Triumph Scrambler – Features and Specs
New Bonneville Speedmaster
Beautifully refined classic custom attitude, comfortable cruiser riding stance, and excellent quality.
The critically praised 1200cc parallel twin engine has been made lighter and more responsive.
Laid-Back Custom Style
Unmistakable attitude and style of old British custom, with swept-back beach bars and a forward foot stance.
Beautifully Refined Handling
The Speedmaster’s unique handling configuration has been improved with higher-quality components and a considerable weight reduction.
Now with even more comfortable rider and passenger seats, as well as a low seat height of 27.75 inches, for a better ride.
Two riding modes, cruise control, ABS, Switchable Traction Control, Torque-Assist clutch, and all-LED lighting, are standard features.
The core of the new 2021 Bonneville Speedmaster Triumph Scrambler is it’s distinctive 1200cc, high-torque British twin-engine, improved for 2021 for a more quick and responsive feel.
The Speedmaster has the same 270-degree firing sequence as the rest of the Bonneville lineup but with a tune designed mainly to give maximum torque and power low down and throughout the rpm range.
The new generation 2021 Bonneville Speedmaster Triumph Scrambler has been created expressly for a fuller and smoother power and torque delivery, as well as a noticeable lift in the mid-range, resulting in fewer emissions, surpassing Euro 5 criteria, and outstanding fuel efficiency for 2021.
Peak torque is an impressive 106Nm at 3850rpm, with over 90% of torque available up to 5750rpm, making the Speedmaster a thrilling bike to ride in any gear. Peak power is 78 PS at 6,100 rpm.
The liquid-cooling system, critical for low emissions and optimum fuel efficiency, is carefully integrated, as is the brilliant chrome stainless steel exhaust. The exhaust system is exclusive to the Speedmaster and is meticulously constructed to provide a rich, deep, and distinct sound. At the same time, the double-skin design effectively conceals the catalyst for an unbroken header run.
Triumph’s cutting-edge ride-by-wire technology guarantees precise throttle control on the Speedmaster, which features two upgraded riding modes: ‘Road’ and ‘Rain.’
Both riding modes keep the Speedmaster at maximum power and change the throttle response and traction control settings, increasing confidence, rideability, and safety no matter the circumstances.
An extensive service interval of 10,000 miles or 16,000 kilometers contributes to a low overall cost of ownership.
The new 2021 Triumph Speedmaster has a better specification, more giant diameter 47mm Showa cartridge forks that, when paired with the preload-adjustable concealed mono-shock rear suspension unit, give the rider with excellent agility, comfort, and control, both with and without a pillion.
The high-performance Brembo braking system with dual discs provides excellent stopping power. Triumph’s newest generation ABS and switchable traction control are standard and wonderfully integrated into the design to maximize safety and control.
The Triumph Speedmaster is designed to provide all of Triumph’s distinctive neutral, elegant, and smooth handling while maintaining a relaxed and pleasant riding posture. With a seat height of just 705mm, it is one of Triumph’s most accessible models.
The 2021 upgrade includes a more comfortable twin-seat configuration. The rider’s seat now has distinct lumbar support and is made of sculpted deep foam, while the pillion seat is 11mm thicker than the previous iteration.
The seat arrangement is switchable between twin and single-seat configurations, enabling the Speedmaster to be tailored to personal taste and permitting the addition of a helpful auxiliary rear rack.
A torque-assist clutch improves comfort on lengthy rides or in congested areas, and the cruise control, which comes standard, is simple to activate with a single button.
Enhanced Style and Detailing
While retaining the essential Bonneville character and DNA, the Speedmaster also boasts a gorgeous and iconic custom cruiser flair.
The 2021 Speedmaster’s bodywork is minimal, with natural elements that maintain the legendary Speedmaster aesthetic, such as the side-mounted ignition barrel, the traditional rear “drum-brake” styled hub, the battery box with its heritage-style stainless steel restraining strap, and much more.
For 2021, the clock features a redesigned bezel with modest Bonneville branding and a new dial face. A readily accessible and straightforward handlebar-mounted scroll button controls the LCD.
Full LED illumination – headlight, rear light, indicators, and number plate light – is a standard feature of the 2021 Speedmaster for outstanding efficiency and lifespan, and subject to market laws, the headlamp is fitted with a unique LED daytime running light for improved visibility.
The Bonneville series is the ideal base for personalization, with over 79 Genuine Triumph Accessories. All of them have been conceived and developed in tandem with the bike to guarantee optimal integration, and they have all been tested to the same standards as the Speedmaster itself.
Leather or wax cotton panniers, a chrome luggage rack, a pillion backrest, rider footboards, and a long-distance touring screen may improve the Speedmaster’s long-distance capacity.
Many seat alternatives are available, including an alternate accessory high bar layout, a swingarm-mounted bag, teardrop mirrors in chrome or black, dresser bars, and various badges, caps, covers, and finishes.
Alternative exhausts are also available, including an entirely black-finished system, and heated grips may be installed for increased convenience at lower temperatures. These work in conjunction with the Speedmaster’s existing underground wiring.
For 2021, there are three elegant color schemes: a jet black choice, a new Fusion White and Sapphire Black dual-color design with a hand-painted twin coach line, and a striking new Red Hopper candy paint scheme.
2021 Bonneville Speedmaster vs. 2021 Indian Chief
To complete the bespoke connection, Indian uses heavily-bobbed fenders, a single seat, an old-school engine design, and plenty of blackout treatment everywhere. Indian, like Triumph, put considerable effort into making the engine appear older than it is, with parallel pushrod tubes and false cooling fins on the rocker boxes. It pays off handsomely in the result.
With its 1,811 cc Thunderstroke 111, Indian brings the inches and the oomph, producing a hefty 108 pound-feet of torque to considerably out-pull the rivals. To add an electronic edge to its advantage, the Chief chooses ABS and non-ABS units in three color combinations. The advantage will cost you $14,499 as a starting price for the black, non-ABS model, leaving a little cheddar on the table for the British-leaning consumer.
2021 Bonneville Speedmaster vs. 2021 Indian Scout
With its golden heritage, old-school aesthetics, and 1,133 cc V-twin that produces 100 horsepower and 72 pound-feet of torque, the Scout deserves mention. Furthermore, the Scout is priced at $11,999, putting pressure on the Speedmaster to make a new trade-off.
2021 Bonneville Speedmaster Triumph Scrambler – Price
The new 2021 Bonneville Speedmaster Triumph Scrambler is available for $13,150 only.
2021 Bonneville Speedmaster Triumph Scrambler – Technical Specifications
Engine & Transmission
|Type||Liquid-cooled, eight valves, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin|
|Max Power EC||76.9 HP @ 6100 RPM|
|Max Torque EC||78.2 LB-FT @ 4000 rpm|
|System||Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection|
|Exhaust||Chromed stainless steel two into two twin-skin exhaust systems with chromed stainless silencers|
|Clutch||Wet, multi-plate torque assist clutch|
|Frame||Tubular steel, twin cradle frame|
|Front Wheel||All-new Wire 32-spoke, 16 x 2.5|
|Rear Wheel||All-new Wire 32-spoke, 16 x 3.5|
|Rear Tire||150/80 R16|
|Front Suspension||47mm Showa cartridge forks|
|Rear Suspension||Mono-shock RSU, including linkage & preload adjustment|
|Front Brakes||Twin 310mm disc and Brembo 2-piston sliding axial calipers|
|Rear Brakes||Solo 255mm disc, Nissin single piston sliding axial caliper|
|Instrument Display & Functions||Analog speedometer with LCD multi-functional display|
Dimensions & Weights
|Width Handlebars||35.8 in (910 mm)|
|Height Without Mirror||41.5 in (1055 mm)|
|Seat Height||27.8 in (705 mm)|
|Wheelbase||59.1 in (1500 mm)|
|Trail||3.6 in (91.4 mm)|
|Dry Weight||580 lb (263 kg) Wet Weight|
|Tank Capacity||3.2 US gal (12 liters)|
|CO2 Figures||EPA Procedure CO2 emissions & fuel consumption data are restrained according to regulation 40 CFR Part 86 Subpart F.|