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Description

Triumph designs both classic and contemporary motorbikes. Designing motorcycles may be many people's idea of a dream job but, as Triumph's Simon Warburton reveals, it's not always an easy one.

We are taken behind the scenes to look at the design processes of two very different motorbikes. The Bonneville T100 is a re-creation of a classic model while the Daytona 675 is a brand new cutting edge sports bike.
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First broadcast:
5 June 2009

Classroom Ideas

A case study looking at the product development of the Bonneville T100 motorbike. The use of product styling, computer aided design and computer aided manufacture could be identified in its development. This could be useful as an example for use as an answer in a Design and Technology theory exam.