Triumph originally started in the mid 1880s as a bicycle manufacturer (fun fact, they got some initial funding from Dunlop), but it wasn’t until 1902 that they created their first motorcycle. To celebrate that fact, Triumph released a 100th Anniversary edition of the famed Bonneville. An official production run was never announced, but some online sources suggest that Triumph intended to release 500 examples. Problem is, the factory suffered a fire on March 15, 2002. Very few 2002 Anniversary models were built before the fire, so Triumph built some more as 2003 models.
The Anniversary bikes were adorned in Lucifer Orange and Silver, but beyond the paint, chrome engine covers, and some stickers on the sidecovers, they were the same as the stock T100s of the same year. There’s not much to say about this example (VIN: SMT910HN12J160424), as it has just 165 miles and looks to be in quite good shape. The seller is the original owner, and he/she is selling it because they have too many bikes.
Find this 100th Anniversary Bonnie for sale in Berlin, Connecticut with a BIN of $9,999