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Triumph Bonneville Bobber, a bike that stands out from the crowd

With an unmistakable 'bob job', this bike is different from any other motorcycle on offer in India

Joshua David Luther 

Triumph has given this Bonnie a true bob job of the mid-ninetees. The Bonneville Bobber is long and low slung; it has a neat and minimalistic design, keeping in line with bobber heritage. That said, a lot of technology has also been tucked into this motorcycle. A bare bone look with a diagonally sweeping line from the steering head to rear axle personifies the side profile of the bike.           The rear gets a fat 150/80 R16 tyre that adds to the bike’s butch appeal. The spoked rims also house a drum brake inspired rear wheel hub. The ...

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Triumph Bonneville Bobber, a bike that stands out from the crowd

With an unmistakable 'bob job', this bike is different from any other motorcycle on offer in India

With an unmistakable 'bob job', this bike is different from any other motorcycle on offer in India Triumph has given this Bonnie a true bob job of the mid-ninetees. The Bonneville Bobber is long and low slung; it has a neat and minimalistic design, keeping in line with bobber heritage. That said, a lot of technology has also been tucked into this motorcycle. A bare bone look with a diagonally sweeping line from the steering head to rear axle personifies the side profile of the bike.           The rear gets a fat 150/80 R16 tyre that adds to the bike’s butch appeal. The spoked rims also house a drum brake inspired rear wheel hub. The ... image
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Triumph Bonneville Bobber, a bike that stands out from the crowd

With an unmistakable 'bob job', this bike is different from any other motorcycle on offer in India

Triumph has given this Bonnie a true bob job of the mid-ninetees. The Bonneville Bobber is long and low slung; it has a neat and minimalistic design, keeping in line with bobber heritage. That said, a lot of technology has also been tucked into this motorcycle. A bare bone look with a diagonally sweeping line from the steering head to rear axle personifies the side profile of the bike.           The rear gets a fat 150/80 R16 tyre that adds to the bike’s butch appeal. The spoked rims also house a drum brake inspired rear wheel hub. The ...

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