British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph has unveiled the new Bonneville Bobber Black along with the new Bonneville Speedmaster.
Triumph states that the Bonneville Bobber is the fastest selling motorcycle in the company's 115-year history and the Bonneville Bobber Black is the latest addition to the lineup.
As the name suggests, the Bonneville Bobber Black features all-black paint scheme and some additional features as compared to the standard Bonneville Bobber. The motorcycle will be offered in two colour options - Jet Black and the Matt Jet Black.
Everything on the motorcycle is black. Triumph has managed to give the motorcycle a mean look by painting the engine, exhaust, side panels, fuel tank, brake and gear pedals and clutch and brake levers in black.
The Bonneville Bobber Black also features few performance upgrades. The motorcycle gets 310mm Brembo twin-disc setup upfront as opposed to the single disc on the standard Bobber. The new 47mm Showa forks replace the 41mm forks on the regular Bobber.
The motorcycle features chunkier 16-inch wire spoked rim shod with a fatter tyre, full LED headlamps with LED daytime running lights and cruise control. The Bonneville Bobber Black is heavier by 9.5kg compared to the standard model.
Apart from that the motorcycle also features ride-by-wire throttle with two riding modes (Road and Rain), switchable traction control and ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System).
The Bonneville Bobber Black draws power from the existing 1,200cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine producing 76bhp and 106Nm of torque. The engine is coupled to a 6-speed gearbox with torque-assist clutch for quicker gearshifts.
Triumph will also offer 150 custom accessories for the Bobber Black which allows the customers to modify the motorcycle. The accessories include aluminum Vance and Hines exhaust, Fox adjustable rear-suspension unit, heated grips, short mudguards and ape hanger handlebars.
Triumph has unveiled the new Bonneville Bobber Black with cosmetic and mechanical updates. The motorcycle looks mean with the blacked-out paint scheme. The motorcycle also features performance upgrades such as beefier forks and improved brake setup. We expect Triumph to introduce the Bonneville Bobber Black in India.