Triumph’s new Bonneville Bobber sets US sales record


Triumph Motorcycles America recently announced an all-time retail sales record for 2016, and now the company is proud to say that the Bonneville Bobber is the most successful new model launched in its history, scoring more customer deliveries. in the first 30 days than any other. previous motorcycle.

This year, Triumph has added five new models to the famous Bonneville family, including the T100, T100 Black, Street Scrambler, Street Cup and Bobber. Thanks to the success of the entire model line, and the Bobber in particular, the company closed the first quarter with a 15% increase over the same period in 2016.

“This is a great start to what will certainly be another record-breaking retail year for Triumph dealers in North America,” said Matt Sheahan, COO of Triumph Motorcycles America. “It has been great to give fans a first look at these bikes on the Bonneville Bobber Brutal Beauty Tour and we are delighted to see that customers are as excited as we are about our new bikes. I am one of the few Triumph employees who have already purchased a Bobber and can’t wait to come home and ride it!

The bestselling 2017 Triumph Bobber follows the classic “less is more” recipe, with an old-school-looking triangular frame, wire wheels, a peanut gas tank and a solo seat as standard.

It might sound old and simple, but the Triumph Bobber actually has modern features up its sleeve. For example, this rear end might look like a hardtail, but if you take a closer look you’ll see that it has a center adjustable shock suspension under the saddle.

And speaking of the sea, it can be put in two positions for different riding styles. The bike also comes with abs, electric throttle, switchable traction control, torque-assisted clutch and even two driving modes (Road and Rain).

The Bobber is driven by the T120 parallel twin engine which has been tuned to deliver more torque and power at low revs to better match the style of the bike.

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