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Triumph’s beautiful new
Bonneville Bobber was unveiled on the night of October 19, 2016 at an
exclusive, star-studded event in London. Launched at The Printworks venue in
Canada Water, hundreds of journalists, special guests, and celebrities from
around the world, including Rupert Grint, Jess Glynne and Spencer Matthews,
were present to witness the unveiling of Triumph’s new premium heritage model.
Indian celebrity and car and bike enthusiast Gul Panag was also present at the
Team Triumph, a host of racing
legends including seven-times World Champion Carl Fogarty MBE and three-times
world champion Freddie Spencer, lined up against an international team of
motorcycle journalists in a head-to-head indoor Bobber drag race.
With a live headline set by
NME award-winners The Vaccines and support from DJ Harriet Rose, the warehouse
venue was filled from start to finish with an eclectic mix of Indie rock and
the sound of pure Bonneville hot rods racing.
Paul Stroud, Chief Commercial
Officer at Triumph Motorcycles, said: “Triumph’s new Bonneville Bobber is an
incredible new motorcycle with breath-taking poise, presence, and peerless
authenticity, so it was only right that we gave it an equally incredible launch
before the bike makes its European debut at EICMA show in Milan on November
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