Triumph’s New Torque Monster Has Been...
- Dec 6, 2019
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British bike makers certainly know how to craft a beautiful piece of machinery. Case in point is Triumph’s Bonneville Bobber. And with the 2020 Bobber TFC, Triumph has shown us that the Bobber’s iconic styling is here to stay. Apart from the styling, Triumph has made several other major changes to the motorcycle.
The design of the 2020 Triumph Bonneville Bobber TFC remains more or less the same as the older model. However, there are some tweaks here and there to differentiate it from the previous-gen model. For starters, it gets a new TFC paint scheme, carbon fibre bodywork, a shorter mudguard and more.
Triumph has updated the engine as well. The 1200cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin motor makes 87PS at 6,250rpm of power and 110Nm at 4,500rpm of torque. The older-gen model, on the other hand, produced 77PS of power and 106Nm of torque. Talk about a power bump!
In terms of cycle parts, it gets fully adjustable Ohlins units at both ends and braking hardware comprising twin 320mm discs, Brembo M50 4-piston radial monobloc calipers at the front and single 255mm disc, and Nissin single piston floating caliper at the rear. Dual channel ABS is offered as standard.
Now, if you want to own this beautiful piece of machine, you can’t for now. As the new Bobber TFC is Euro 5/BS6-compliant, meaning that it won’t come to India any time soon.
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