Red Hot Triumph Bonneville Bobber Revealed; Details and Snaps Inboard

Triumph has just launched the latest dynamite to the global Bonneville range- the 2017 hot rod Bobber in London and the pictures are freakishly irresistible. The too hot to handle new cruiser is the second product by the British auto-merchant after the just unveiled T100 at the Intermot 2016. At present, Triumph’s portfolio includes Thruxton, Thruxton R, T120, T120 Black, T100, T100 Black, and the Street Twin.

Bonneville Bobber Exhaust

Based on Bonneville T120’s platform, the Bobber releases power via a liquid-cooled, SOHC high-torque, 1200c engine. However, the numbers have not been revealed yet by the company, but the engine will carry a fresh dual-chamber airbox. While the authentic Bobber features were kept intact with stripped back, low-single seat, broad flat handlebars, and hard tail section, the attitude and desirability are genuine now.

Bonneville Bobber Headlamps

Over to the design, the Bobber looks exceptionally classic with a beautiful floating deep foamed aluminium seat , sophisticated ergonomics, minimal stylish clock which can be adjusted according to the rider size and his riding style. Bikers with different heights, can make themselves comfortable with a 690mm low seat height.

Bonneville Bobber Seat

A couple of nice inclusions are the carb-styled twin throttle bodies and the battery box. Also, the right side of the bike gets the ignition barrel. A brand-new frame covers the engine, joining the new suspension setup, which features bespoke damping for the Bobber. Much like its name, it is a hard tail bike, however, settled down with an adjustable floating over the cantilever spring.

Bonneville Bobber Speedometer

As per Triumph, the 2017 Bonneville Bobber has been designed specially for the modern classic bike lovers who want more attitude and prefer the designs of Harley. With an aim to tempt people coming in this genre, the British bike maker will launch the newbie in five smashing vibrant shades- Modello Red, Ironstone, Jet Black, Competition Green, and Frozen Silver.

Nothing has been confirmed about the pricing yet, albeit, the same would be revealed in December with availability of the bike in early 2017.

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