First Look of 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber

The Bonneville 1200 family has been at the center of focus for Triumph. It is for this reason that Triumph continues with the legacy of the family with an attractive looking 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber to match its time. It is not just about the visible impressive style but also its competitiveness with regards to performance.

Here are some of the facts about the bike.

1. Installed with the Bonneville 1200HT motor

The bike has a torquier version motor installed within, this means more torque down low. This feature equips it with the needed urban performance with competitive performance in the canyons.

2. Customize-able ergonomics

Most of the ardent bikers prefer to portray their personality from their bikes. The 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bomber offers its users the ability to customize the seat to their personalized desired position. The solo seat mounting has a slot so that it is movable down and back to adopt a cruising position and up and forward for the sporty feel. The bike allows the user to achieve lowest seat levels of 27 inches.

3. It is not a hard tail as it looks

The design of the Bobber is such that the single shock is hidden. The outcome is a hard tail look that does not consist of the jarring ride that is expected.

4. Expect a distinctive sound

The bike is designed to seek attention, the one it deserves. The bikes performance is such that the Bobber intake and exhaust give specific sounds that are identifiable with the specific engine. The machine comes with a dual air box that has twin filters. Additionally, the engine has stainless steel exhausts that have a slash-cut mufflers instead of the ordinary longer peashooters.

5. There are more Bobber only parts

There are a number of parts that are specific to the Bobber. These parts include the battery box that comes with stainless steel strap. The fork gaiters are also specific to the bobbers. In addition, the twin throttle bodies can also be attached to this bike considering that they disguised as carbs. The bike also has brushed engine covers and branded fuel caps that are lockable.

6. Comes with electronics features disguised by its features

The retro look may disguise it as an ancient bike with limited electronics. However, the 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber comes with modern electronic features. Two power modes are installed in the ride by wire motor installed. The bike has ABS and traction control that are adjustable. The key system is a theft deterring immobilizer system for safety. Expect an LED tailing and most of the wiring are concealed despite the traditional appearance.

7. Tires from Avon

The bike comes with tires that are made from Avon. The tires are specifically made for the bike. There are the 19 inch Avon Cobra for the front wheel while the back wheels are installed with the 16 inch radial cobra. These wheels are mounted on the ordinary spoke wheels.

8. The bike comes with a number of accessories

There are a number of accessories that should be expected with the Bobber. Among them include an adjustable shock and a Vance & Hines that is deliberate for the exhaust performance. The bike also comes with various seats for different trims. In addition, the buyers get to enjoy ape hanger bars and heated grips. The owners have the liberty to choose different cruise controls from an assortment of options.

9. There are four colors to choose from

There are four colors from which the buyers can choose from. These colors include a combination of Frozen Silver and Jet Black, Morello Red, Ironstone and competition green.

10. The bike’s MSRP has not yet been announced

The MSRP for the 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber is yet to be announced. Once the announcement is made, the communication will be conveyed. Otherwise, no formal announcement has been made.

So far, from the facts, this is a bike to be expected. There are a number of deviations from the ordinary. However, the bike keeps its selling factor and the attribute that makes its lovers stick to it which is the retro look. It is certainly a bike to wait for.

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