The Triumph Bonneville available in 1969 was a parallel twin motorcycle. Manufactured by Triumph Motorcycles in England, and named after the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah where a Triumph motorcycle once broke the world landspeed recrod, the 1969 Triumph Bonneville is a classic cruiser motorcycle.. Also known as the T120, the original model of the Bonneville was first released in 1959, and the range continued to be manufactured until the beginning of the 1970s.
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The 1969 version of the Triumph Bonneville, equipped with a four-stroke, air-cooled parallel twin engine with a displacement of 649 cubic centimetre, or 39.6 cubic inches, is able to generate a maximum power output of 46 horsepower at a maximum of 6,700rpm.
The version of the Triumph Bonneville released in 1969 with its overhead valve engine with a bore and stroke of 2.8 and 3.2 inches and compression ratio of 8.5:1, is able to generate a maximum torque of below 40.7 foot-pounds, which is the specification of the newer version of the 790-cc Triumph Bonneville, available in 2003.
The T120 Triumph Bonneville has a weight of 175 Kilogram, and is able to reach a maximum speed of 109.4mph.
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