Welcome the new Triumph Bonneville Bobber

With comprehensive updates to the engine, suspension, and brakes

Triumph updated its Bonneville Bobber platform ahead of MY2021 with a number of improvements.

New paint packages and expanded blackout treatment gives this year-model a unique look.

The liquid-cooled, 270° crank angle parallel twin engine

delivers 77 horsepower and 78 pond-feet of grunt.

A single round analog speedometer dial and LCD screen

handles all of the instrumentation in one location.

The single round headlight housing is a historical throwback made modern.

It relies on LED brightness for effective two-way visibility and sports a DRL.

The update includes new Showa 47 mm front forks,

all-around ABS protection, and switchable traction control.

A torque-assist wet clutch couples engine power to the six-speed transmission

and sends power to the rear wheel via a tough chain drive.

MSRP is $13,150 for glossy Jet Black.

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