With 1,000+ miles over the past three weeks, the Triumph Bobber has gone incredibly fast. The odometer has already reached over 1,300 and it is still on its way to attaining the 5,000 miles goal. A few observations of the Bobber after the first two weeks of rally are listed below.
The Bobber was the best looking bike in the fleet. The fleet also contained other stunning bikes like BMW R nineT Racer and Yamaha R6. The bobber lured the passers at the recent MNC festival. The public loves the bike.
The Triumph bobber has a bucket-like seat through which your backside slides into. The bar position also feels natural. Thus, the bike is surprisingly more comfortable and it does not hurt your back over long distances.
The tank is too small
The bobber is mainly a touring bike with a 9.1-liter tank. The bike would claim 69mpg which equals a tank range of an unbelievable 138 miles. The bike has recorded the maximum of 61, while the lowest is 49.
The engine is a great plus
The engine of the bike is a peach. It delivers great power and torque in a huge amount. The bike has a standard exhaust which sounds too great. The 30mph limit offered by the bike makes it extremely fun.
Highlights of the bike
The Triumph Bobber is the latest addition to the GS family. The Bobber has a Dynamic ESA self-levelling suspension, which makes the ride smooth and perfect with its off-road ability. The other key features are sports windshield, on board computer Pro, radiator, frame guards, a GPS bracket, and cross spoke wheels. The bike has an off-road ABS which is highly encouraging and can get the grip with limited fuss. The DTC makes the ride smooth and impressive without any banging or misfiring.
The Bobber flatters the riders and seems to be highly popular among the genuine adventurers. With no doubt, the Trigger Bobber makes a great bike for both short rides and long rides and it's an exorbitant bike to ride over rocks.