British manufacturer, Triumph Motorcycles Ltd recently unveiled the all-new Bonneville Bobber bike in London. The company claimed that the new motorcycle represents a fully modern Bobber that originated from the traditional Bobber bike in 1940s.

The all-new Bonneville Bobber is powered by a specially-tuned T120 parallel twin engine mated with a six-speed gearbox providing more torque and greater low-end grunt.

Side profile of the Triumph Bobber

It features a minimalist concept with its low stance figure, wide flat bars, and hardtail look. The hardtail look allows the monoshock rear suspension including the ride-by-wire and liquid cooling to be hidden for a more modern riding experience, says Triumph.

In addition, it is also equipped with a single seat, sculpted tank and wire spoke wheels. Other amenities include anti-lock brakes , traction control, and torque assist clutch as standard. Meanwhile, heated grips and cruise control are available as extras.

The manufacturer also said that the all-new Bobber has a seat height of 690 mm and offers a tailorable riding position that allows the rider to manage the seat 'up and forward' or 'down and backward' to drive in a more traditional riding position.

The instrument dial of the Triumph Bobber

The Bobber bike will come with two riding modes: Road and Rain. It will be made available in four colors including Ironstone with a matte finish, Competition Green and Frozen Silver, Jet Black, and Morello Red.

Meanwhile, interested customers are encouraged to customize their Bobber bikes based on their own preference. Triumph offers customized handlebars, seats, mirror as well as a Bobber-specific line of clothing.

The under workings of the Triumph Bobber

Triumph Motorcycles Ltd said that the Bonneville Bobber bike is expected to arrive in mid-December and will be made available in dealerships by February or so. The manufacturer, however, has not yet revealed its price nor its performance figures.