2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber first view

Minimal bodywork, a low-set adjustable single seat, flat handlebars and wire-spoke wheels combine to give the Bonneville Bobber a cool custom vibe.

Built around an all-new frame, Triumph's latest bike also features a 'cage' rear swing arm which is connected to a hidden mono-shock suspension set-up. A natty hard-tail look is the result.

Triumph Bonneville Bobber (2017) Front Side

Thanks to its unique state of tune, the familiar liquid-cooled, 1,200 cc, parallel-twin engine delivers peak torque lower down the rev range (although output figures have yet to be disclosed). A distinctive noise is promised, courtesy of brushed stainless steel 'slash cut' exhausts with peashooter silencers.

Despite those classic design cues, the Bonneville Bobber boasts plenty of modern technology. For example, a torque-assist clutch reduces gear-change effort, while a ride-by-wire throttle offers a choice of road or rain riding modes. Furthermore, switchable traction control is fitted.

When deliveries begin early next year, buyers will be able to specify Competition Green / Frozen Silver two-tone, Jet Black, Morello Red or matt Ironstone paintwork. They're likely to be tempted by the comprehensive accessory selection, too.

Triumph Bonneville Bobber (2017) Side 1Triumph Bonneville Bobber (2017) Top

Triumph Bonneville Bobber (2017) Rear SideTriumph Bonneville Bobber (2017) Side 2

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