Triumph Bonneville Bobber
- Engine: 1200 Cc
- Mileage: 24 Kmpl
- Power: 76 bhp
- Weight: 228 Kg
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Price in India
- Bang On Bobber Styling
- Smooth Engine
- Rider Aids
- Hard Riding Suspension
- No Pillion Seat Even As An Option
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Overview
Bobbers or, as they say, Bob jobs are a unique style of motorcycles very similar to café racers, which means that they are really low on styling, weight, rigid suspension, low ride height and all the retro genetics. With a hard tail look and the classic throttle bodies, which actually look like carburettors, the Bonneville Bobber just completes the definition of classic. The bike is a perfect blend of muscular stance, minimalistic styling and truth in engineering attitude.
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Engine & Transmission
At an on-road price of approximately Rs. 10.34 Lakh in New Delhi, the Bobber comes with a 1200 cc, twin-cylinder, differently-tuned motor from T120, producing around 76 bhp of power at 6100 rpm and 106 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox, which is chain driven with an assistive multi-plate clutch. The engine has been specifically tuned for the Bobber. The 2 silencers combine with the air boxes to give the bike a special and exciting orchestra.
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Mileage
The Bobber is a truly modern motorcycle at heart, keeping the environment in its eyes. The Bobber manages an efficiency of 24.3 kmpl with a 9.1 L fuel tank capacity. The bike comes with lots of electronic aids, like ride by wire throttle, 2 riding modes (Rain and Road), a switchable traction control, ABS, slipper clutch and heated grips. Also to mention is the adjustable instrument cluster.
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Performance and Handling
The adjustable seating on this motorcycle can get the rider from a position of laid back cruising to a sportier position and feel. The KYB forks up front and the KYB Monoshocks on the rear just sit so perfectly that the Bobber handles corners and curves with utmost stability and confidence. The 310 mm disc on the front and the 225 mm disc on the rear also handle braking duties pretty well. The bike cruises really well past the 100 kmph mark, feels classic and still gives a smooth experience.
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