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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-29-2018, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Seems like bobbers are getting more popular, the small British company has come up with their own version, based on their Spitfire design.


I think it looks quite smart.


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I'll stick with my bobber though
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Seems like bobbers are getting more popular, the small British company has come up with their own version, based on their Spitfire design.


I think it looks quite smart.


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I'll stick with my bobber though
I saw one on the CCM stand at the NEC bike show, it costs nearly £10k and is only a 55bhp 600 single. But I think it looks awesome in a hand built one off way and as they’re only building 150 you’re unlikely to see another one on the road
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I saw one on the CCM stand at the NEC bike show, it costs nearly £10k and is only a 55bhp 600 single. But I think it looks awesome in a hand built one off way and as they’re only building 150 you’re unlikely to see another one on the road
Not seen another Triumph Bobber on the road yet :P
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Saw that Spitfire on the Cyril Huze blog. Very cool looking. As for being on the only one on the road with one, so far on the Bobber, I am. But, since dealers have been selling them like crazy, it's probably only a matter of time before you see yourself coming and going, though never like you're riding an HD. Will be time for some individually styled accessories, I guess to keep mine set apart.
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Not seen another Triumph Bobber on the road yet :P
Ditto.... I’m starting to think we’ve had the wool pulled over our eyes when it comes to the whole Triumphs biggest selling bike chat lol
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I've seen at best 2 over the last 6 months.
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The CCM bike looks great, but to me it also looks like a stripped back sport bike with the front forks, and the "lots of tube" frames. I dig it, but def prefer the Bobber.
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