Triumph Bonneville Bobber is powered by the 1200cc liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC engine, as fitted in the Bonneville T120, which churns out a maximum power of 77 PS @ 6100 rpm, and 106 Nm of maximum torque @ 4000 rpm.
“With a hard-to-beat product lineup across 5 categories, collaborations with several motorsports events and training schools in India, our goal is not just to dominate the market but to upgrade the entire biking experience in India.”
There are four colour options to choose from – Ironstone with matt finish, Morello Red, Competition Green and Frozen silver, and Jet Black.
It is powered by the 1200cc liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC engine, as fitted in the Bonneville T120, which churns out a maximum power of 77 PS @ 6100 rpm, and 106 Nm of maximum torque @ 4000 rpm.
The Bonneville Bobber’s features include an authentic battery box with stainless steel strap, bar end mirrors, rear mudguard loop, carb styled twin throttle bodies, broad adjustable levers, traditional rubber gaiters, classic rear ‘drum brake’ inspired hub, new side panel and sprocket cover with removable inspection cap.
The Bobber comes equipped with a host of rider focused technology like – Ride-by-Wire, Two riding modes (Road and Rain), ABS, Switchable Traction Control, Torque Assist Clutch, LED Rear Light, and Engine Immobiliser.
The Bonneville Bobber has been designed with customising in mind, with over 150 accessories available for more style, detailing and comfort, and for even more performance, the British motorcycle manufacturer said.
In last three years, Triumph Motorcycles India has grown by around 58 percent. The company at present has 16 dealerships across the country, and soon it will launch two more such facilities in Goa and Bhubaneswar.