RiDE (UK) - - Road Test -

The £10,600 tag is the start­ing price, with a host of dif­fer­ent op­tions and ac­ces­sories avail­able that can be spec­i­fied at the point of pur­chase. Us­ing the on­line con­fig­ur­ing tool, ei­ther at home or at a Tri­umph deal­er­ship, you can build a vir­tual or­der of your Bob­ber, adding dif­fer­ent si­lencers, han­dle­bars, mud­guards and so on. Each se­lected com­po­nent spec­i­fies the price and fit­ting time in min­utes, which is all tal­lied up to a to­tal and added to the price of the bike.

Af­ter se­lect­ing your cho­sen method of fi­nance or pay­ment, the bike is de­liv­ered to your dealer, where it is cus­tomised to your spec­i­fi­ca­tion be­fore you col­lect it.

Many of the avail­able op­tions are purely about en­hanc­ing the Bob­ber’s looks but there are a few bits that will im­prove its func­tion­al­ity. The gascharged, ad­justable FOX rear shock, priced at £360, will be higher qual­ity than the stan­dard non-ad­justable unit. There are also a cou­ple of lug­gage op­tions avail­able: a pair of 13.8-litre soft pan­niers and a 2-litre £179 swingarm bag. Heated grips are also avail­able, priced at £179.00 plus 48 min­utes fit­ting time.

Ma­chined head­light bezel looks trick Waxed cotton pan­niers of­fer use­ful stor­age Vance and Hines si­lencers Leather and quilted seat op­tions Peep mir­ror and al­loy bar ends

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