2018 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black

Oct 4, 2017

Category: Rides

Last year we witnessed the release of the Triumph Bonneville Bobber which – for the most part – shook up the production motorcycle scene for the better. Now, trusty Triumph has released a darker, meaner and stronger version of the Bobber – aptly called the Bobber Black.

At the heart of the ride is the industry-leading Bonneville 1200cc high-torque engine outfitted specifically for the bobber stance. It’s also blacked out like the rest of the ride for added aggression in a package that boasts an output of 76 horses and 78 lb-ft of torque at its disposal. The blacked out bobber also hosts a set of brawny Showa forks, Brembo brakes, a fat 16” front wheel, black seat pan, and a handcrafted tank and chassis for an all-around more sinister appearance. Under the floating seat is also a mono-shock suspension system that provides a comfortable and smooth riding experience while two riding modes, traction control, cruise control and a torque-assist clutch contribute to a heightened level convenience across the new platform.

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