Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black

Triumph has a hit on their hands with the Bonneville Bobber. The fastest-selling new model in the company's 115-year history, the Bobber has been wildly successful — which means it's time to improve on an already robust platform. The Bobber Black edition does what any self-respecting gearhead would do to their bike if given Triumph's factory parts bin. Dual front disc brakes, bigger forks, fatter tires, and a blacked-out everything finish headline the changes. Pricing is yet to be announced, but the Bobber Black will hit dealers in early 2018.

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