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You are welcome to get familiar with a cutting-edge and all-mighty bike – the Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black (https://bike.net/Triu…Black_2019). Its unique custom design successfully combines the minimalism of the authentic Bobber style and the technology of modern motorcycles. The major distinctive external features of the Triumph Bobber Black are the black coloring of almost all parts. As for engine elements, they feature a dark matte color. The classic round LED headlight and a wide front wheel with a diameter reduced to 16 inches give a special charisma to the Triumph Bobber Black bike.

Like the classic Triumph Bonneville Bobber, the Black version is equipped with the best-in-class 1.2-liter powerplant with high power output at all speeds. The already impressive performance is successfully complemented by a well-balanced frame design and electronic riding assistants, specially designed to make your riding the Triumph Bobber Black bike comfortable and safe. Other worth features include advanced traction control, slipping clutch, to say nothing of a choice of engine operating modes.

An important advantage of the Triumph Bobber Black bike over its competitors are the improved 2-disc brakes on the front wheel. They demonstrate fantastic performance. The Triumph Bobber Black chassis ensures the ultimate comfort and predictable handling on a daily basis. For greater convenience, the motorcycle is equipped with cruise control, an immobilizer, a highly-informative dashboard, not to mention an on-board computer.

As in the standard version, the Triumph Bobber Black bike demonstrates the greatest attention to each detail. Here the cables and the expansion tank are hidden behind metal covers. Moreover, the dashboard and switches are pleasing to the eye. Furthermore, the covers of the carburetors and the battery compartment lid are visually perfect too. Another noteworthy element of the Triumph Bobber Black motorcycle is the adjustable saddle, covering the shock absorber and forming a rigid frame. As you see, in terms of exterior, the Triumph Bobber Black bike leaves its counterparts behind.

By the way, the motorcycle comes with only one saddle. So, the passenger doesn’t have any options at hand. It’s because Triumph designers decided not to make any compromises. As a result, the Triumph Bobber Black bike has turned out to be a true egoist, in accordance with the strict canon. You will not discover a subframe here. In the Triumph Bobber Black bike, a tiny rear wing with LED lighting is attached right to the pendulum.

It’s no coincidence that the black color is mentioned in the name of the motorcycle. The matter is that during the Great Depression, in order to remake an ordinary cruiser into a bobber, bikers got rid of various chrome accessories as well as jewelry. They parted with that stuff without regret. Moreover, they didn’t paint their bikes in bright colors. Instead, they preferred to spend their money on something more useful. Therefore, the gloomy image of the Triumph Bobber Black motorcycle is not just a laconic style. It’s a sort of tribute to the canonical image.

The sound of the motor’s exhaust and vibrations of the working powerplant create pleasant associations, making the rider to make the most of the Triumph Bobber Black motorcycle.
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