‘Head Down – Hold On’ was the refreshingly defiant attitude of the young urban leather-clad Bonneville riders of the 1960s as they rode out onto and beyond London’s North Circular then gathered back at the Ace Cafe, comparing rides and sharing tales to a thrilling soundtrack of rock ‘n’ roll.
The spiritual home of British motorcycling and café racers, traffic light heroes, and ‘out to the Hanger Lane roundabout and back before the record finishes’ riders, London’s legendary Ace Cafe, and the timeless biker attitude to speed that made it famous, are now commemorated with an one-off Triumph limited edition motorcycle; the Bonneville T120 Ace.
BONNEVILLE T120 ACE
The limited edition Bonneville T120 Ace is a modern classic that’s moody, mean and full of attitude. Based on the celebrated T120 Black, the Bonneville T120 Ace has real pedigree, performance and presence to go with its purpose.
The one-off Matt Storm Grey paint scheme with stripe, the unique Ace Cafe design logo on its side panels and mudguard, and the ‘Head Down – Hold On’ detailing on its tank all complement the already-spectacular silhouette of the motorcycle to deliver this celebration of the original café racers.
Limited to a worldwide production run of only 1400, with a signed and numbered certificate, the Bonneville T120 Ace represents an unmissable ongoing part of Triumph’s modern classic story that continues to evolve.
This exciting bespoke limited edition introduces premium features that are unique to this bike including a black four-bar Triumph badge, Ace Cafe branded Matt Storm Grey paint scheme with stripe, and range of additional unique blacked-out accessories, such as black engine badges and intake covers.
Delivered with a numbered certificate signed by Triumph CEO Nick Bloor and Ace Cafe managing director Mark Wilsmore, the Bonneville T120 Ace is a real collectors’ item. The T120 Ace also showcases a black bench seat, compact LED indicators, exclusive Ace logo on its front mudguard and side panel and exclusive ‘Head Down – Hang On’ tank detailing.