2018 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black (India bound) image gallery
The 2018 Bobber Black is one of the two new Bonnevilles Triumph has unveiled (the other being the Bonneville Speedmaster), apart from opening up a new Visitor Experience Centre at its Hinckley factory in England. The standard Bobber is already on sale in India, and the Bobber Black is expected to go on sale next year. The Bobber Black is identical to the standard Bobber on the powertrain front, but there are a few important changes to cycle parts.
These changes include a smaller, 16-inch front wheel shod with a fatter 130-section tyre, fatter 47mm front forks and dual 310mm discs upfront. The engine is the same 1200cc, liquid-cooled parallel-twin as the standard Bobber, offering 77PS and 106Nm, and comes mated to the same six-speed gearbox. Cruise control is a new addition on the electronics front, while ride-by-wire and Road and Rain riding modes are the same as before. Here's a detailed look at the 2018 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black.
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black looks identical to the standard Bobber except for the different front end
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black also gets a matte-black finish on the lower half to distinguish it from the standard Bobber
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black wears the classic 'bobber' look with its single seat, hidden rear monoshock and chopped front fender
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black uses an all-LED headlight along with LED daytime running lights
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black's single-pod instrument cluster is identical to the standard Bobber's
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black's instrument cluster can be adjusted and set different angles to enable a better view of the clocks
The monoshock on the 2018 Triumph Bobber Black sits hidden under the seat
The key slot for the 2018 Triumph Bobber Black's ignition sits next to the the fuel tank, near the rider's leg
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black gets bar-end mirrors, switchgear gets a dedicated cruise control switch
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black uses the same 1200cc, liquid-cooled engine as the standard Bobber that produces 77PS and 106Nm
The 2018 Triumph Bobber Black uses 47mm front forks, a 16-inch front wheel shod with a 130-section tyre and dual 310mm discs as compared to the standard Bobber's 41mm forks, 19-inch front wheel and single 310mm disc
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