Well it's finally here and it sure looks good! :surprise:
Having just seen some close up pics, the attention to detail is pretty astounding - I'm actually starting to like that bare metal flag.I was hoping that maybe Triumph might improve the ground clearance but it looks like the same set up as before. The suspension, bars and pipes look good though.
Those Union Jack tank pads (or paint job - I'm not sure which) are a touch on the tacky side however.
I agree Roy, which is why I bought this ??I think it's a sharp looking bike but if I'm honest my disappointment is that they are pandering to the performance crowd. Many on here I'm sure and no disrespect intended but if I want a 'racing' bike I would buy the Thruxton.
Still I'm sure I'm in the minority and the will all sell out. Who here will be the first to buy one?
I thought the review stated “£5,000 over the Bobber Black’s £11,650 price” or about $21,400USD? That’s a lot of money for some negligible gains.After seeing all of the changes they've made versus the standard Bobber, I definitely think the $15k price point isn't out of line.