Our new best friends at Moto.it have been doing a stellar job of producing videos from INTERMOT.

Thanks to them, we can show you the new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin and the Street Scrambler. The engine upgrade (a claimed 18% more power) is the big story for both of them.

But there’s a host of other changes to ponder. The Twin gets longer front forks, Brembo brakes, Road and Rain riding modes, a USB charging socket, Torque Assist clutch, new cast wheels, a tire pressure monitoring system and a fuller seat.

The Scrambler has had 20 lbs (9 kgs) shaved off its dry weight. Wider front forks, a new headlight bracket, triple clamp and fender are part of a redesigned front of the bike. Like the Twin, the Scrambler gets a Brembo four-piston caliper for the front wheel. There’s also a new two-piece seat.

For a look at the machines, let’s hand it over to Moto.it.

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