After Triumph SpeedMaster, Bonneville Bobber Black Unveiled


Bonneville Bobber Black Unveiled along with the Speedmaster by Triumph as it continues to expand its Bonnie range far and wide

All the Triumph devotees out there, a lot of good news coming up your way, as we are here to let you know about the upcoming model form Triumph Motorcycles after showcasing the Bonneville Speedmaster. With the recent debut of the Bonneville Speedmaster , the company also presented the very gorgeous looking Triumph Boneville Bobber Black as a addition to their 2018 portfolio. Bonneville Bobber when launched first sold more units in the first 30 days than any previous model in the company’s entire history till date. The company expects the same from the newly revealed Stealth black Bonneville Bobber beast.

Triumph is offering the Blacked out Bonneville Bobber 2018 model as the company is having their 115th year anniversary. Best in black or we can call it as beast in black. The new Bonnie is far more than your average model. The brunet Bobber boasts anodized foot rest, pedals, livers, a black painted exhaust including black headers and upper finned casting – black plated gear linkage, black handlebars, with black anodized risers and clamps, and a black chrome plated headlight rim. That’s not all Folks, in addition to the tank, the seat-pan and wheels hubs are also painted black, while the engine covers, cam-cover, and sprocket cover have been black powder-coated.

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As the name suggests, the Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black is available in only two colour options, which are the jet black and the matte jet black. Well that’s a lot of black for you isn’t it ? So now coming to the technical aspects and changes made to the new Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black. The very muscular and dusky Bobber gets updated brakes at the front which is a 310mm Brembo twin-disc set-up as compared to a single disc as on the outgoing standard Bobber.

Read this too: SpeedMaster ALSO UNVEILED!

The front wheel is a 16-inch instead of 19-inch while the tyre is fattier than the base models. The forks are also beefier, at 47mm versus the 41mm on the standard Bobber. The bike shares the same rear suspension set-up with the Bobber, designed not to take a pillion, while gaining feet forward controls and a full LED headlight with day time running light. The Bobber Black gets features like ride-by-wire with two riding modes (road and rain) along with switchable traction control and ABS.

The power-train remains the same as the standard Bobber, which is a 1,200 cc high torque, liquid cooled engine which makes 76 bhp at 6,100 rpm and a peak torque of 106 Nm at 4,000 rpm. The power-plant is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a torque assist clutch which help in quickly shifting gears with an ease.

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The British giant motorcycle manufacturer offers over 120 customs accessories for customers to choose from. The accessories include a Vance & Hines exhaust, heated grips, short mudguards, ape hanger handlebars and much more. For the time being we have no clue on whether the Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black will be coming to India or not. Triumph hasn’t mentioned anything about it yet, but we do hope to see this bike on Indian soil very soon.

Read this too: SpeedMaster ALSO UNVEILED!

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