FIRST LOOK! Triumph’s 2017 Bobber OFFICIALLY revealed!




Triumph has just unveiled its Bobber, a 1940’s inspired version of the company’s popular Bonneville.

The Bobber has been loaded with cool features, such as an independently sprung aluminium solo seat that can be adjusted back or forward depending on the ride position you prefer.

The stripped-back look with the single seat and the hard-tail looks give it a different feel to the T120 Bonneville that the Bobber is derived from.


A stylised ‘authentic’ battery box, bar end mirrors and the one-piece wide bars complete the classic looks.

Price details haven’t been released yet, but we know that the engine is the 1,200cc liquid-cooled, eight-valve, SOHC, parrallel twin from the T120 Bonneville range. The claimed maximum power output is 76bhp at 6,100rpm and torque figures are 78lb-ft at 4,000rpm. Claimed fuel consumption is 69mpg.

Here are all the photos:


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The detail photographs

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Tony Carter

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