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The Triumph Bonneville Bobber is a stripped down version of the popular Bonneville T120 in the flesh with classic retro styling and elegant touches all over ...Read Full News
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There are 2 variant(s) available. Triumph Bonneville comes in 5 different colour(s) - Black, Silver, phantom black, sapphire blue/crystal white, lunar silver. There are 2 variants starting from Rs. 6,13,983 onwards.
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Triumph Bonneville gives a mileage of 22 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
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Triumph is set to launch the Bonneville Bobber in India. The Bobber will be the latest addition to Triumphs Bonneville range. The Bobber features a design inspired by old-school American Bobber style of motorcycles. The Bike gets an all-new frame that features a hardtail look with the rear suspension hidden from view. It gets shorter front forks for that old-school stance and also to aid handling. A striking part of its design is the floating single seat that is suspended on a cantilever spring system that you can adjust for height as well as reach. The instrument console has been moved back for better viewing and the handlebars are now flatter with bar-end mirrors for that retro look. The wheels are a spoked affair and feature Avon tires. The new stainless steel slash cut exhausts increase the sporty quotient and should emit a meaty bark. The Bonneville Bobber will be available in four color shades - Modello Red, Jet Black and Competition Green and Frozen Silver.
The Bonneville Bobber comes with the same 1200cc liquid-cooled parallel twin motor from the T120 but is tuned for more torque. The motor makes 77PS and 106Nm of torque. It has a new dual-chamber airbox for better breathability and power delivery. The Bobber gets a torque assist clutch like the T120. Electronics include ride-by-wire, traction control and two riding modes – road and wet.
Braking is courtesy a single 310mm front disc and 255mm rear disc with standard ABS. It gets a 41mm KYB front fork upfront and a linkage-type rear mono shock at the rear. Dry weight at 228kg is a tad on the higher side and tank capacity is 9.1 liters. Triumph claims a fuel efficiency of 24.39kmpl for the Bobber.
When launched, the Bonneville Bobber will compete against the Harley-Davidson Sportster, Forty-Eight, and the Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber.