2019 Triumph Pace Twin Photos Leaked

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Leaked photographs from Triumph Bikes’ international vendor convention reveal a soon-to-be-unveiled mannequin, the 2019 Triumph Pace Twin, primarily based on the Triumph Bonneville T120. The photographs reveal a contemporary basic comparable in design to the Triumph Avenue Twin, and just like the smaller 900 cc mannequin, the Pace Twin runs on forged wheels, and would be the first mannequin within the Bonneville 1200 household to not sport wire-spoke wheels. With rising reputation of the Triumph trendy basic vary, it is however apparent that yet another addition in the identical household will prolong the vary with extra choices for the shopper.

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Now, Triumph has already unveiled the brand new Scrambler 1200 in London, however there’s nonetheless no phrase of the Pace Twin. We count on the 2019 Triumph Pace Twin to be unveiled in subsequent month’s EICMA present in Milan. As talked about earlier, and confirmed within the leaked photographs, design-wise, the Pace Twin can have comparable styling because the smaller Avenue Twin, however with the extra highly effective Bonneville 1200 cc parallel-twin engine. Not like the Scrambler 1200 although, the Pace Twin is anticipated to share the “excessive torque” 1200 cc engine of the Bonneville T120, which places out 79 bhp at 6550 rpm and 105 Nm at 3100 rpm.

The Pace Twin is actually anticipated to make it to India. We estimate the brand new mannequin to be launched in India someday within the first half of 2019, after the worldwide unveil at EICMA and subsequent launch. In actual fact, final month, a submitting with the California Air Assets Bureau (CARB) additionally confirmed the brand new mannequin to be the Pace Twin, the newest addition to Triumph’s 1200 cc trendy basic vary. Extra particulars will doubtless be revealed as soon as the bike is unveiled on the EICMA present in Milan.

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