Triumph has obviously used the maxim of “if ain’t broke, customise it” and that’s exactly the approach with extending the runaway streak of its new bestseller – the Bobber.
Ever since the new Bobber hit the market, this stylish and refined single seat rabble rouser has delighted many and kept the cash registers jingling for its maker. And just like Rolls-Royce offers slightly uprated performance versions of its Ghost and Wraith models under its Black Badge edition, Triumph is playing ball with its Bobber Black line, the first of the breed that would be coming to India.
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