Triumph Bonneville Bobber Launched In India; Priced At Rs 9.09 Lakh
- Bonneville Bobber based on the Bonneville T120 engine platform
- The styling is inspired from the bobber bikes of 1940s
- Gorgeous design coupled with impressive performance and handling
The Triumph Bonneville Bobber has been launched in India at an attractive price of Rs. 9.09 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is the latest addition in Triumph's range of modern classic motorcycles in India. The Bonnie Bobber slots right between the Bonneville T120 and the Thruxton R. It is a factory custom motorcycle, that Triumph says, has been inspired from the Bobber motorcycles of the 1940s. The Bonnie Bobber evokes a sense of romanticism with its gorgeous bobber design, its stripped-down look and the immaculate attention to detail. Do not get fooled by the looks of it, for the Bonnie Bobber is modern in every sense but hides all of its modern bits under that beautiful body. You can read the highlights from the Bonnie Bobber launch here.
Watch the First Look of the Triumph Bonneville Bobber here:
Design and styling are the strengths of the Triumph Bonneville Bobber, with clean lines, low stance, minimal bodywork giving it a purposeful and distinctive presence. Low single seat pan, stripped back design, flat and wide handlebar as well as the 'hard tail' look with a concealed rear monoshock complete the authentic 'bobber' look. Attention to detail has been considered into all components of the bike's design - be it the authentic battery box with a stainless steel strap, classic rear 'drum brake' inspired hub or the rear mudguard stays looping around the fender. Everything that you need to know about the Bonneville Bobber is here.
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Specifications
|Engine Type||1200 cc liquid cooled, parallel twin|
|Max Power||76 bhp @ 6100 rpm|
|Peak Torque||106 Nm @ 4000 rpm|
|Rider Modes||Road and Rain|
|Dry Weight||228 kg|
|Fuel Consumption (Claimed)||24 kmpl|
With a dry weight of 228 kg, the Bonneville Bobber isn't what you'd call a lightweight bike, but impressive geometry coupled with an all-new chassis and suspension deliver a confident, dynamic and comfortable ride, as we found out during our first ride around Madrid, Spain. The Triumph Bonneville Bobber may be a factory custom, but there is more than enough scope for further customisation. Vance & Hines silencers, 'ape hanger' high bars, headlight bezel, bar end mirrors, LED indicators constitute only some of over 150 accessories to spruce up the Bonneville Bobber according to individual tastes and preferences. In India, the British-born Bobber will take on Harley-Davidson models such as the 1200 Custom and the Roadster.