Is the triumph bobber any good?
The major service intervals are pleasingly long at 10,000-miles and overall the Bobber Black appears a quality product. There are no reliability issues with the parallel twin motor, so it’s a safe buy. So far we’ve got two Triumph Bobber Black owners’ reviews on the site, with an overall score of 4 out of 5 stars.
Is triumph bobber discontinued?
Triumph has discontinued the BS4 version of Bonneville Bobber now the BS6 version is yet to launch.
Can you tour on a Triumph bobber?
No, it’s not the ideal motorcycle for road trips but a Bobber, like most styles of motorcycle are all about compromise. Personally I’m happy to accept a Bobbers impracticalities in exchange for it’s looks.
Are triumph bobbers comfortable?
With you sitting fully upright, your knees at a 90-degree bend, and a slightly low, wide handlebar, the Bobber Black feels much smaller than the Scout Bobber. Of the two, the Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black is definitely the most comfortable.
How fast is the triumph bobber?
Triumph Bonneville Bobber Specifications
|Engine & Transmission:|
|Dry Weight:||502 lb (228 kg)|
|Tank Capacity:||2.4 gal|
|Top Speed:||93 mph (est)|
Why was the Triumph Speed Twin discontinued?
Triumph updated a few members of the Bonneville family to BS6 norms last year. Lack of interest in niche products has led Triumph to stop bringing in the units. Expect many more exciting bikes from Triumph in the months to come.
How comfortable is the triumph bobber?
Are bobbers comfortable to ride?
Generally, bobbers have a reputation of being rather uncomfortable in comparison to many other bikes due to the minimalistic seat. Bobber owners have the option to upgrade to a more comfortable seat in the process of personalizing the bike to ensure that their comfort is catered to.
What makes a bike a Bobber?
A “Bobber” motorcycle is NOT a type of motorcycle, but simply a style of custom motorcycle. In an effort to make the motorcycle lighter and faster, anything that is seen as extra or unnecessary on a motorcycle is taken off the bike to reduce the weight and give it a minimalistic look.