Triumph is planning to launch the Bonneville Bobber soon as the manufacturer released its image on its official India Facebook page. The company showcased the Bonneville Bobber at the EICMA show and it is expected that the Bobber will be priced at around Rs 11 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. The Bobber gets an all new design, chassis & suspension system and will be powered by the same engine found in the T120 but will deliver lesser power and more torque, which is in sync with the motorcycle's character and positioning.
The Bonneville Bobber is powered by a 1,200 cc parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine that delivers 80 hp of power and 105Nm of torque and is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The motorcycle gets electronic rider aids such as ride-by-wire, traction control and two riding modes – Rain and Road. Stopping power is controlled by a disc brakes with ABS at front and rear. The suspension comprises of a new cage type swingarm and monoshock under the rider's seat.
Bonneville Bobber gets some retro style features such as round headlamp & indicators and an analogue instrument cluster. Also, it gets wide handle bars and a single seat, which can be adjusted for two positions. The company is also providing 150 customisation options on motorcycle, aenabling the customers to personalise their motorcycles to express their personality.
Triumph motorcycle had earlier showcased the Bonneville Bobber last year and the motorcycle is inspired from the factory custom motorcycles that became popular in 1930's in the US and were popularly known as American Bobber Motorcycles.