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At 5 feet with an inseam of about 27/28 inches I found this bike perfect for me. I can reach the ground, albeit on tip toes, but enough to feel completely confident, and that was whilst wearing flat Converse trainers! I have test rode one whilst wearing boots that take me up an inch or so and could firmly plant my feet on the ground. I have ridden bikes were I can't but I prefer the confidence of being able to get both feet on the ground at stops.

I haven't actually bought one yet but have had two test rides and the bike is awesome! A word of warning though for those interested in buying a screen, one of the test ride bikes had a screen and it caused quite a bad buffering at around 80 mph. I had to back off as it was like a speed wobble.

I was amazed by the light weight of the bike and how easy it is to ride. I'm used to lightweight 250 sportbikes! I love it and I shall have one!

Ashley
Barcelona, Spain
Friday, August 24, 2012
After trying numerous bikes for a comfortable and reachable leg length and hours of salespeople trying to sell me £400 aftermarket shocks/lowering kits that would only reduce the seat height by 35mm, I came across the Bonnie. Oh my god, what an awesome machine. Leg length is ideal. I am 5ft 2in and this is just fine. I must say it look a little while to gain confidence on stopping and holding the weight, but now there's no stopping me. If like me you feel there is not a bike out there for you to feel comfortable on, go get and test ride a Bonnie. Wise up, other manufacturers—there are short-legged women who want power and performance on a machine. Stop making bikes too bloody tall!

Anna
SITTINGBOURNE, SE, United Kingdom
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Just came across this and wanted to thank you for featuring the Triumph brand. I've been riding since 1983 (am I really that old?) have had countless bikes and have two Brit babes in the garage - a Rocket III and a Sprint ST. I kinda dig oil changes and such cause the demo I ride is always a Bonnie - what a great scooter! Nothing beats the Triumph for style and performance!

Lisa
Omaha, NE
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Just read your write-up and I am a Brit chick riding a 2007 Bonnie (lucky me). I have had the pleasure of riding a courtesy bike whilst my baby was being serviced and I must say I was very impressed with the 2009 model. The handling was so easy and light and still nippy. I am currently considering my next move, whether or not to change. Keep on coming. Love your info.

Ms Les Clarke
Bournemouth, Dorset, England
Monday, December 21, 2009
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