Triumph Bobber / Bobber Black Parts & Accessories
Triumph Bobber / Bobber Black (2016+)
Before the Triumph Bobber was released, we had created some British Customs bobber-style builds of our own. Our Vintage Vendetta and Tony Hawk bikes are two of our favorite bobber-style builds we’ve done, both starting off as stock Triumph Speedmasters. We were thrilled when our Vintage Vendetta build attracted Triumph’s attention and was taken on tour with them, and during this period we were able to talk with Triumph to give our feedback about what we liked and disliked about their cruiser models of that time.
We like to believe that our feedback was taken into consideration when Triumph later released their Bobber model in 2016. Upon its release we were eager to get our hands on one to see what parts we could create for this new line of Triumph cruisers. In this collection you can check out all the parts we’ve created for the Bonneville Bobber, as well as parts we carry that we’ve confirmed will fit on this Triumph model.
Customize Your Bobber
As always, parts development at British Customs begins with bike builds. Since the Bobber was completely new to the Triumph line, we started with a few lighter builds to get an initial feel for what kind of design hurdles we may come across, and we came out with our Bobber Clip On, Postwar Bonneville Bobber, and Bonneville Bobber: Light Custom V2.
When developing the Tracker Handlebar Kit for the Triumph Bobber we were pleased to discover that Triumph added a junction block to the ABS system, making handlebar swaps easier than the Street or Bonneville Series models. Over the years we’re proud to have added more to our parts offerings for the Bobber, which include:
What year was the Triumph Bobber Released?
The Triumph Bonneville Bobber was first introduced by Triumph Motorcycles in 2016. The bike draws its inspiration from the Bobber motorcycles of the 1940s. The Bonneville Bobber uses a variation of the Bonneville T120's water-cooled 1200cc engine.
What sub-models of the Triumph Bobber are available? Any major diffrences?
Triumph Motorcycles released the following sub-models of the Bonneville Bobber:
- Triumph Bonneville Bobber (Standard)
- Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black: This model, introduced in 2018, has a more aggressive look and feel compared to the standard Bobber. It includes features such as a larger front wheel, dual front disc brakes, and a thicker fork.
What upgrades has the Bobber received since it's release?
2021 Triumph Bobber Updates
- Increased tank capacity from 2.4 gallons(9.1L) to 3.2 gallons (12L).
- Euro 5 compliant for cleaner emissions and better fuel efficiency.
- Reduced engine inertia improves throttle response across the torque curve.
- The Front tire is reduced from 19 inches to 16 inches. This permits a thicker and wider tire to help with suspension and create a larger footprint on the road.
- The Fork diameter increased from 41 mm KYB to 47 mm Showa cartridge forks.
- Brembo 2-piston, twin disc and sliding calipers ensure greater stopping power.
- The Rake is reduced by 0.4 degrees in conjunction with the reduced front tire size to improve turning.
- A Brighter LED bulb replaces the traditional halogen bulb.
- The Single clock gets updated styling.
- 3 new colors were made available: Matt Storm Gray, Matt Ironstone, and Cordovan Red.
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