Okay, so it's not an all-new model per se. Instead, Triumph put a fresh face on a timeless beauty with a special edition dedicated to the town of Neukirchen, Austria, host to the annual Tridays festival, the world's largest gathering of Triumph fans. The passion invoked by the iconic Bonneville is reflected in what just might be the perfect shade of red: a gorgeous crimson Cranberry, offset by Pure White and perfectly paired with matte-black bars, mirrors, headlamp socket, and shocks, all accented by just the right amount of chrome. The result is one siren of a motorcycle, beckoning anyone with a thing for the classics. The Newchurch's custom low-profile saddle delivers a 29.1-inch seat height and universally comfortable riding position, something the Bonneville has always been able to brag about, and its no-nonsense 865cc, 64-hp, air-cooled, parallel twin and five-speed transmission offer equal-opportunity allure with a sensible $8,699 MSRP.