TRIUMPH BOBBER £10,500
FUEL 9.1 litres @ 55mpg = 110 range WEIGHT: 228kg POWER: 76bhp TORQUE: 78ftlb THE RIDER Liam Marsden All-weather, year-round rider who is happy on any type of bike HEIGHT: 6ft 1in WEIGHT: 75kg liam.marden.motorcyclenews.com
Bar-end mirrors look cool, but often they offer a pretty crap view of what’s going on behind you. The bar-end mirrors on the Bobber are different, though. They actually work, giving a great view of what’s going on behind with only a slight hint of lower arm in the corner of the mirror. All good, well until the right-hand mirror broke! I returned to the bike one morning to find the right mirror loose on the stem and something rattling inside. A new part is on they way from Triumph, but for now I’m down to one mirror and over-theshoulder checks. Triumph replaced the mirror under warranty.
Bar-end mirrors that actually work