Watsonian Squire releases the MERIDIAN sidecar specifically for the Triumph Bonneville
Continuing the company’s tradition of naming sidecars after Warwickshire settlements, the Meriden has been developed specifically for fitting to all models of Triumph Bonneville, from 2000 – ’15. With its tubular steel frame and smooth parallel twin motor, the Bonneville has proved well-suited to sidecar work.
Based on the popular Monza body shell, which dates back to 1965, the Meriden is offered with a choice of wheels to match those fitted to the Triumph twin; either a 19” type with stainless steel spokes or a 17” cast alloy design.
The mudguard is styled to echo the front guard fitted to the bike, with front & rear lights to match the Bonneville’s tail light unit.
Cockpit width is 46 cm, with generous leg room of 135 cm and a lockable boot space measuring 58 x 40 x 40 cm.
Overall weight is 90 kg.
Watsonian has been making sidecars in the Heart of England since 1912; the Meriden has a glass fibre body shells, which are available in a wide range of gel-coat colours.
A painting service is available for customers who want to colour-match the sidecar to the machine.
All sidecar chassis are welded tubular steel that is powder-coated and hydraulic suspension is fitted as standard.
Prices vary according to specification.