We just reported about the 2020 Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition and it’s definitely one of the most anticipated bikes of the year. Now, there’s another interesting news from Triumph. Apparently, the British bike maker has been working on an updated Bonneville Bobber. A test mule of the same has been spotted testing somewhere in Spain. Here are its spy shots.
The first thing to notice here is that the single-piece flat handlebar has been replaced by lower-set clip-ons giving the bike a slightly sportier position. Then there’s the front suspension. It’s a fully adjustable setup from Ohlins which would improve the bike’s performance and handling. Looking further down, we spot new and much better brakes – twin discs with top-spec Brembo M50 monobloc callipers.
Moving to the rear, we suspect there’s a mono-shock from Ohlins only. We also see Arrow exhaust which indicates that Triumph might introduce this model under its TFC range. If that’s the case then the power should receive a bump to somewhere around 90bhp.
Of course, there’s no official word on this from Triumph. We are expecting to see the new Bonneville Bobber at this year’s EICMA in November.