It’s been confirmed that Brixton Motorcycles is gearing up to mass-produce its 1200cc Triumph Bonneville lookalike that was show at last year’s EICMA show.
It’s a big move from the Austrian brand, which has focused its attentions on a steady supply of smaller capacity machines up to this point. But now, it’s been confirmed that there’s a retro-styled 1200cc bike in the works.
The brainchild of the Brixton Design Center in Krups, Austria – it’s fairly likely the bike will actually be produced in China. But that not unusual. Brixton is owned by the Austrian KSR Group, which has built up a solid reputation importing bikes from Asia over the last few years. It’s also the company behind the resurgent Lambretta brand.
Information about the big Brixton is still a little sparse at this stage – with no official confirmation about when we’ll see the bike for sale. But looking at the timelines of Brixton concepts in the past, it’s not too much of a stretch to expect the bike to be ready to go for 2021.
For more information on Brixton’s current range, click HERE.
- Motorcycle giants join forces to create swappable battery system - 1 March 2021
- MoreBikes A-Z of Battery Care. Part Four (S-V). - 26 February 2021
- Triumph reveals 2021 Bonneville range: Full specs, new engines - 23 February 2021
Does this get you revved up? Tell us why...
Subscribe to MoreBikes Newspaper
Get MoreBikes delivered through your letterbox every month. 12 issues for £15. Click here for more information.
Get MoreBikes.co.uk Updates
Enter your e-mail address below and you will receive biking news straight into your inbox...
You can unsubscribe at any time.