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2024 Triumph Stealth Edition Lineup | First Look

Following the successes of the 2022 Triumph Bonneville Gold Line collection, which showcased the hand-painted gold lining skills of Triumph’s paint shop, and the 2023 Chrome Line editions, which celebrated the company’s state-of-the-art chrome-detailing facility, Triumph has returned the spotlight to the paint shop with the 2024 Triumph Stealth Edition motorcycles.   

The new custom-style paint finish will make its debut on eight of Triumph’s Modern Classics and will be available for one year only. Each model features its own unique tank design that showcases a dramatic hand-painted finish that intensifies in the light to reveal vivid color.

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The process starts with a base layer of mirror-finish metallic Silver Ice applied to each tank, followed by a precisely placed dark-to-light Sapphire Black graphite vignette. Finally, a translucent tinted lacquer is applied in multiple layers to create the topcoat. The transition from dark tinted graphite to vibrant color springs to life when exposed to light, varying in hue and tone under different conditions and appearing different from every angle.

During the unveiling of the Triumph Stealth Edition bikes, James Wood, Triumph’s global marketing manager, said the limited edition models have “a really dark and dramatic aesthetic that suits these bikes really, really well.”

Wood continued to say that because of the way the color is applied, “the finish is really deep and rich, intensified and accentuated by changing lighting conditions, all of which enhances that timeless design DNA and adds a great contemporary twist. And because the entire paint process is completed by hand, no two motorcycles are the same.”  

The eight Modern Classics that will include the Triumph Stealth Edition custom paint work include the Bonneville Speedmaster in red, the stripped-back Bobber in purple, the T100 and T120 in blue, the Speed Twin 1200 in red, the Speed Twin 900 in green, the Scrambler 900 in orange, and finally, the T120 Black in a matte silver finish.

“This is a premium paint effect you’d normally associate with custom work,” Wood said. “I know it’s a very well-used cliche, but you really do have to see these in order to appreciate them in full.”

Triumph dealers are taking orders now, with bikes expected to be in dealers in spring of 2024. For more information, read the press details from Triumph below.

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2024 Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster Red Stealth Edition

A stunning and beautiful reimagination of the British custom classic icon, the Stealth Edition has an intense new red design that amplifies the attitude and confidence of the Speedmaster in the sunlight. 

The paint finish enhances the Speedmaster’s laid-back attitude and custom style, which marries with a smooth torquey 1200cc Bonneville engine to result in enhanced performance and handling, with a relaxed and comfortable ride.

The 1200cc high torque Twin delivers a responsive ride, with a tune specifically developed to deliver high torque and high-power down low and through the rev range. The Speedmaster features a high specification 47mm Showa cartridge fork, which combined with the preload adjustable hidden monoshock rear suspension unit, provide the rider with great maneuverability, comfort, and control, with and without a pillion.

The 2024 Bonneville Speedmaster Stealth Edition starts at $14,595.

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2024 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Purple Stealth Edition

The world-famous Bonneville Bobber has a stripped back, custom style that is born to become a Stealth Edition, exposing a deep, vibrant purple color that catches the eye.

With all the performance and capability of the latest generation, the Bonneville Bobber Purple Stealth Edition delivers 78 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm, while the torque assist clutch provides a smoother operation, making the Bobber an easy and comfortable bike to ride. Its unmistakable 16-inch fat front wheel and chunky 47mm front fork give a muscular and imposing front end presence.

The 2024 Bonneville Bobber Stealth Edition starts at $14,595.

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2024 Triumph Bonneville T100 Blue Stealth Edition

Accessible and easy to handle yet still with thrilling Bonneville performance, the Bonneville T100 Blue Stealth Edition provides all the looks and style, plus a confidence-inspiring ride. The torque-rich, low-inertia Bonneville 900cc engine delivers 64 hp at 7,400 rpm with peak torque of 59 lb-ft at 3,750 rpm. This equates to a responsive engine character with easy-going, tractable power at low revs and plenty of top-end punch.

The high specification cartridge front fork, twin rear shocks, and 32-spoke classically styled wheels further enhance the T100’s agile and easy-handling feel. The latest generation ABS and switchable traction control are sensitively and unobtrusively incorporated to maximize the rider’s safety and to ensure a smooth riding experience.

The 2024 Bonneville T100 Stealth Edition starts at $11,745

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2024 Triumph Bonneville T120 Blue Stealth Edition

The vibrant blue finish of the Bonneville T120 Stealth Edition adds contemporary custom style to a true Modern Classic.

Not just a beauty, this Bonneville T120 Blue Stealth Edition is technologically advanced and packed with modern capability, with a 41mm cartridge fork, preload-adjustable twin rear suspension units, and twin Brembo front brake calipers with ABS.

The T120 has been specifically tuned to deliver high torque, from low down in the rev range all the way through the mid-range, giving exhilarating performance throughout. The 1200cc Twin delivers 77.44 lb-ft of peak torque at 3,500 rpm and its power peaks at 79 hp at 6,550 rpm.

The 2024 Bonneville T120 Stealth Edition starts at $13,495.

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2024 Triumph Bonneville T120 Black Stealth Edition

The Bonneville T120 Black Stealth Edition features a different finish than the rest of the collection – a silver matte finish that adds to its standout appeal.

With the mean style of the Bonneville T120 Black, you get a host of premium blacked-out details and components, including wheel rims, matte fenders, engine covers, mirrors, handlebar, headlamp bezel, indicators, and exhaust, plus a stylish brown bench seat with an embossed Triumph logo.

The 1200cc Bonneville engine offers an impressive mix of low-end torque and top-end power with incredible custom style, making the Stealth Edition a head-turning choice for a Sunday morning run or the daily commute.

The 2024 Bonneville T120 Black Stealth Edition starts at $14,295.

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2024 Triumph Speed Twin 1200 Red Stealth Edition

The timeless Bonneville DNA of the classic Speed Twin 1200 is the perfect match for this peerless paint finish, rewarding closer inspection with a vivid candy red that gleams in the light.

The Speed Twin 1200 has been a great success for Triumph and a customer favorite. Its characterful 1200cc Bonneville Twin delivers an incredibly strong and linear power delivery, with 99 hp at 7,250rpm. The distinctive sound of this Bonneville Twin is amplified by the brushed stainless steel megaphone twin upswept sports silencers, that have been carefully crafted for a deep, throaty roar.

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2024 Triumph Speed Twin 900 Green Stealth Edition

Formerly the Street Twin, the bike was rebranded as the Speed Twin 900 for 2023, and this Triumph Stealth Edition model stands out with a rich, deep green tank design reminiscent of the iconic British racing green and makes the Speed Twin 900 a head turner.

Powered by the torque-rich, 900cc Bonneville Twin engine, the Speed Twin 900 Green Stealth Edition incorporates all the Speed Twin 900’s best loved features, including its powerful engine, cast wheels, and brushed aluminum detailing, as well as enhanced comfort and style. Add to that its confidence inspiring light and agile ride, low 30.1-inch seat height, Brembo front brakes, two riding modes, ABS, and switchable traction control, and you get a truly special edition of Triumph’s most successful modern classic.

The 2024 Speed Twin 900 Stealth Edition starts at $10,645.

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2024 Triumph Scrambler 900 Orange Stealth Edition

This is another Triumph model that was rebranded for 2023. Known for its custom style and rugged looks, the Scrambler 900 (formerly the Street Scrambler) now has an intriguing, deep orange glint in its eye for 2024.

The Scrambler 900 Orange Stealth Edition’s 900cc Bonneville engine is tuned to give you plenty of tractable power, while the throttle-by-wire delivers superb rideability and control.

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The dedicated chassis set-up of the Scrambler 900 delivers its commanding riding position with a unique frame, a wide aluminum handlebar, and mid-position foot pegs – a combination that inspires confidence and gives great visibility when tackling light off-road trails or in traffic. Its 19-inch front and 17-inch rear blacked-out wire-spoked wheel and low 31-inch seat height adds to the confident feel and is complemented by a narrow stand-over width, enabling riders to comfortably reach the ground when stationary, making this model extremely accessible and easy to maneuver.

The 2024 Scrambler 900 Stealth Edition starts at $12,245.

For more information, visit the Triumph Motorcycles website.

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