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Old 07-08-2015, 05:11 AM   #1
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Triumph Bonneville Bobber spied

With liquidcooled engine that will power whole new Bonneville range

Triumph Bonneville Bobber spied




HERE’S a surprise new bobber edition of Triumph’s Bonneville, spotted being tested near the firm’s Spanish development facility near Barcelona.

It uses a new liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine believed to be around 1100cc, offering significantly greater performance than the current Bonnie’s 865cc air-cooled twin.

The bobber is thought to be one of a whole new family of models which Triumph is developing around the new liquid-cooled engine, including a replacement for all the existing Bonneville range, which includes the wire-spoke-wheeled T100, café race-styled Thruxton, Scrambler and base edition.

The new engine’s twin cylinders retain fins for a classic look but the bike’s large radiator shows it’s actually water that’s doing the cooling.

The solo seat and bar-mounted under-slung mirrors contribute to the bobber look.

Although the machine looks production-ready, it's anticipated to be a 2017 model. Other editions of the new Bonneville range are expected to be unveiled this autumn for production next year.

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