Friday, October 21, 2016

2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber unveiled

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We're not that crazy about bobbers, but the Triumph Bonneville Bobber is not too bad

Triumph have unveiled the new Bonneville Bobber, a stripped down factory custom with minimalist styling and authentic 'bobber' features like a low, single seat, wide flat bars and hardtail rear end. Interesting bits include a 'floating' aluminium seat pan with beautifully stitched deep foam pad,
hidden monoshock rear suspension, wire-spoked black-painted wheels (shod with Avon Cobra tyres) and a straightline exhaust system. Triumph claim that the bike has more torque and power from its 1200cc parallel-twin lower down in the rev range as compared to the Triumph Bonneville T120, while the Bobber's stainless steel exhaust, with slash cut, sawn-off peashooter silencers, emit a "rich unique bobber exhaust note."

Unlike most bobbers, this one comes with ride-by-wire throtle management, torque-assist clutch, switchable traction control and two riding modes. Available colours include red, green/silver, black and brown, while the list of official accessories includes ape hanger bars, ribbed and quilted comfort seat, heated grips, cruise control kit, Vance & Hines exhaust and adjustable rear suspension from Fox. The bike boasts 16,000km service intervals.

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