Gallery: Triumph Bonneville Bobber launch
You’re looking at one of the prettiest and most eagerly anticipated Triumphs ever. The new £10,500 Bonneville Bobber was only unveiled in October, but deposits are already gushing into dealers – double the amount placed for the Thruxton R this year.
Styled to mimic those pared-to-the-bone 1940s-style custom bobbers, the new Triumph looks the part with its single seat, cut-down front mudguard, flat bars and hardtail-style rear end.
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There’s a riot of classy detail touches everywhere you look, from the adjustable floating seat pan and clocks, to the battery box, rear mudguard loop and hand-painted tank coach line on the green and silver colour.
But the Bobber doesn’t just look the part, it goes pretty well too. MCN Senior Road Tester Michael Neeves rode the Bobber at its recent launch. Read his full review here.
The new Bobber also comes with inspiration kits, so you can turn it into an old-school bobber with ape hanger bars or a performance bobber with clip-ons.