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Triumph Bonneville

Triumph Bonneville
Portrait of a legend. Written by Mick Duckworth and James Mann, 240 pages with 234 coloured illustrations, size: 280 x 230 mm, binding: hardcover with book jacket, language: German
The Triumph Bonneville has been one of motorcycling's most enduring British icons. This book features Bonnevilles specially photographed in a studio setting, pays tribute by showing various classic models in exquisite photographic detail.
The Triumph Bonneville has been one of motorcycling's most enduring British icons. The name comes from the Utah salt flats where a streamlined twin-cylinder Triumph captured the World Motorcycle Speed Record in 1956. In 1959, the first Bonneville, the T120, appeared, and the Bonneville name would remain a revered badge of motorcycling honour for the following three decades. This elegant, picture-lavish book, featuring Bonnevilles specially photographed in a studio setting, pays tribute by showing all the classic models in exquisite photographic detail, accompanied by an expert commentary. This is a visual feast for all Bonneville enthusiasts.
Author Mick Duckworth James Mann
Pages 240
Format 230 mm x 280 mm