Triumph Motorcycles has now officially showcased its all-new Bonneville Bobber. With this, the British-based two-wheeler manufacturer has completely redefined it's modern classic motorcycle line-up.
Bonneville Bobber will utilize the Triumph Bonneville T120 as a base. The Bobber is more of a cruiser motorcycle than the regular Bonneville range. It seems like Triumph Motorcycles are taking the competition right to Harley-Davidson and other cruiser bike makers.
Powering the Bonneville Bobber is a 1,200cc parallel twin, liquid-cooled engine. At this point, Triumph has not shared performance figures. The Bobber will feature ride-by-wire system and two riding mode options. It also gets a torque-assist clutch and switchable traction control.
Also on offer will be over 150 accessories that customers can add to their Bonneville Bobber. Triumph Motorcycles will offer the Bonneville Bobber in four paint schemes - Morello Red, Jet Black, Ironstone with a matte finish, and Competition Green with Frozen Silver.
The Bonneville Bobber will soon be launched in the Indian market as well. So far, international pricing of Bonneville Bobber has not yet been announced. We expect, Triumph Motorcycles to price the Bonneville Bobber in between the Bonneville T120 and the Thruxton model.