The new generation Triumph Bonneville Bobber is the iconic motorcycle, a throwback to the days of single-seater motorcycles – it is to Triumph what the Classic is to Royal Enfield. With modern Capability and seamlessly integrated advanced riding technology for a class defining hot rod ride. It equips with class-leading technology and a sensational design with a head-turning outlook. It gets a 1200cc powerful engine. Come, let’s take a look at its specifications.
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TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE BOBBER OVERVIEW
Triumph Bonneville Bobber is a cruiser bike available in India. It gets a 1200cc BS6 engine which is Authentic and thrilling to ride. This superbike weighs 251 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 12liters.
The chassis of the Bobber differs from the Bonneville T120, the former being designed to look like a rigid frame. However, the rear shock is hidden under the seat, and it has all the modern conveniences you could want, from ABS to traction control to two riding modes (road and rain).
With Triumph Bonneville Bobber, it is a throwback to the days of single-seater motorcycles. It shares its engine with the Bonneville T120, although the power and torque outputs differ at 76.9bhp and 106Nm. Triumph updated this engine for smoother power delivery.
The latest edition of the Bonneville Bobber gets a smaller 16-inch wheel upfront as opposed to the previous 19-inch unit. It also gets more premium hardware like twin 310mm discs with new axial Brembo callipers and 47mm Showa cartridge forks at the front. The rear continues with a 265mm single disc with a Nissin calliper and a link-type Mono shock.
Triumph Bonneville Bobber competes with the Harley Davidson Forty-Eight and the Street Bob. It is available in 1 variant and three colours – Cordovan Red, Matt Strome Gray Matt Ironstone, and Jet Black.
Triumph as per the word meaning is achievement and actually it is because Triumph Motorcycles Ltd is the largest British motorcycle manufacturer. Established in 1983 and during this time period they had created their own brand recognition and name among motorcycle enthusiasts. Their model lineup consists of diverse types from cruisers to racing models and street classics to pure off roaders. Triumph Motorcycles India have a CKD assembly facility in Haryana which currently produces lower displacement models while the bigger models continues to be imported as CBUs.
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