The iconic British motorcycle maker, Triumph Motorcycles, is again seen testing the Bonneville Bobber which was spied last year for the first time. The motorcycle will be an all new model in the Bonneville family with such raw and tough looks. Its frame is a completely reworked piece that is designed specifically for this bike and looks like it body doesn’t share much elements with Triumph’s other modern classic motorcycles. That aside, brake system and the front suspensions are inspired from the newly launched Bonneville range.
Featuring s teardrop fuel tank, super wide handle-bar and a single seat, the bike will surely be one comfortable motorcycle to ride. Though nothing certain can be said about the engine its propels but for now it can assumed it carries the same 1200cc Parallel Twin long stroke power plant that sits in the Bonneville T120. The mill churns out a peak torque rating of 105Nm@3100rpm.
The company launched two new motorcycles including the Street Twin and T120 at the AutoExpo 2016 and further announced that the third motorcycle Thruxton R will be launched by mid-2016. Do let us know your views on the same in the comment section below and stay tuned as we bring you more updates from the motoring world.