premium motorcycle brand, Triumph motorcycles launched the all-new 2021
Bonneville Bobber in India at Rs 11,75,000 ex-showroom. The Bobber has been one
of Triumph’s most popular motorcycles.
updates include enhanced engine performance for an even more responsive and
thrilling ride, higher specification technology and equipment, and an all-new
blacked-out, chunkier style. With a range of 77 genuine Triumph accessories on
offer, including an alternative high bar set-up, luggage and choice of seating
options, and its class leading adjustable seating and foot peg position, the
Bobber has been designed for riders to adapt to suit them and their style.
Farooq, Business Head - Triumph Motorcycles India said, “The Triumph Bobber has
always had a demand among Indian customers and due to this we decided to bring
the Bobber back after a gap of one year…With the launch of the Bobber, our
Modern Classic line-up now has an overall of 9 motorcycles including 3 special
editions which, by far is the largest modern classic portfolio offered by a
premium manufacturer in the country offering motorcycles from 900ccc up to a
new Bobber is powered by Triumph’s latest generation Bonneville 1200cc,
high-torque British twin engine. Thanks to a reduction in inertia, this updated
2021 engine is more responsive, and its torque curve is fuller and smoother.
The 270 degree firing interval gives a smooth and linear power delivery, with
the new engine delivering a notable lift at 5,500 rpm. Peak torque is 106Nm at
a low 4,000 rpm, and peak power is 78PS at 6,100 rpm.
2021 Bobber also exceeds Euro 5 requirements, giving lower emissions than the
previous generation, and excellent fuel economy. Riding distance is also
enhanced by the new, larger, 12 litre fuel tank which gives up to 33% more
range. Triumph’s ride-by-wire system ensures precise throttle control and
enables the two enhanced riding modes - ‘Road’ and ‘Rain’. These adjust both the throttle response and
traction control settings to add to confidence and safety in all
unique twin air box intakes are located under the seat, while the straight-line
exhaust pipe run cleverly conceals the catalyst box. Slash-cut, sawn-off
peashooter silencers complete the picture and deliver a rich and raw Bobber
sound. A very high service interval of 10,000 miles or 16,000 kilometres helps
to keep the ongoing cost of ownership low.
2021 Triumph Bobber now features a 16” fat front wheel and new, chunkier 47mm
front forks, giving a really muscular and imposing front end presence. The new
front wheel is complimented by the Bobber’s wide rear wheel setup. Both have a
classic wire-spoked design, with black rims. The Avon Cobra tyres have been
specifically developed for the Bobber, with a lightweight construction for
excellent high-speed manoeuvrability and class-leading stability.
Bobber is equipped with premium Brembo 2-piston calipers and twin discs, for
excellent and controlled stopping power, while on the rear is a single disc set
up. Triumph’s sophisticated ABS and switchable traction control are standard
for added safety and security.
to the Bobber’s authentic hard-tail look is the floating aluminium seat, with
monoshock suspension and distinctive “swing-cage” swinging arm, which ensure
great wheel control and added comfort. The seat is ergonomically optimised and
sculpted for comfort, with a beautifully stitched deep foam pad. The seat
height is only 690mm, making it an extremely accessible motorcycle to ride.
riding position is adjustable – and the seat can be re-positioned ‘up and
forwards’, or ‘down and backwards’ to optimise comfort and control for all
sizes of rider. The instruments are adjustable too, so they can be tailored to
New blacked-out style and detailing
Bobber has all of the signature hallmarks and beautiful details that are widely
appreciated worldwide – minimal steel fenders with a centre ridge and return
edge, wide flat bars with broad, adjustable levers, sculpted top yoke, rubber
gaiters, classic rear ‘drum brake’ inspired hub, side-mounted ignition barrel,
black painted bar end mirrors, LED bullet indicators and a new, signature full
added visibility and where market legislation permits, for 2021 the headlight
features Triumph’s signature LED Daytime Running Light. And adding to the
minimalist style for 2021 are new black engine covers, cam cover and sprocket
cover, giving the Bobber a new, meaner, moodier edge.
2021 the instruments feature a new bezel, including a metallic embellisher with
subtle Bonneville branding. There’s a
new dial face, with translucent silver markings, and more integrated warning
lights. The multi-function display is controlled by an easily accessible
handlebar mounted scroll button.
new 2021 generation Bobber comes in three distinctive colour options, with a
new Matt Storm grey and Matt Ironstone scheme, a new Cordovan Red scheme, and a
classic Jet Black option.
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