Triumph Sixty8 In 2006
sixty8, Triumph’s new sublimely stylish accessories collection, is inspired by a pretty cool year. Bikes were anarchic. A cultural revolution was in the air. The Stones were charting with Jumping Jack Flash. Steve McQueen starred in Bullitt. And Triumph made a classic that still gets talked about almost four decades later.
Designed for the iconic Bonneville, the sixty8 range is not about panniers and boring old tank bags. sixty8 is about really great, well-designed, hand-crafted accessories which allow you to be personalise your looks in a slick and stylish contemporary way: be that on your Bonneville, in your favourite members bar or in the boardroom.
Created by the same design team that produced the devastatingly sexy Triumph Speed Triple and the new, effortlessly gorgeous Triumph Daytona 675 motorbikes, the sixty8 range does not include leather panniers, but instead supple, stylish laptop bags. It doesn’t include tank bags but convenient wallet and iPod holders. Available in Triumph dealerships from Spring 2006, the sixty 8 range truly puts a contemporary twist on a modern classic.
Tue Mantoni, Commercial Director at Triumph commented, “The chic, urban sixty8 range dramatically enhances the Triumph classic collection with its beautifully designed and crafted products, which also match the needs of today’s modern biker. sixty8 gives even more choice to a discerning audience looking for that extra, individual touch.”
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