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After many delays. I finally got out to Cascade Moto Classics in Portland Oregon to see a Bobber in person. The received a black floor model three weeks ago.
Coincidentally, my black was delivered that morning!!!
I pick it up on Saturday.
Congratulations man!! Will you be modifying your Bobber at all or leaving it stock??
 

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Bobber plans

I will leave it stock for now, and wait for Triumph and aftermarket to release parts. I have an order in for heated grips and tank pads, the dealer has not received them yet.
I am looking for set of small panniers that I will modify to fit, perhaps from a farm and ranch store. They are much less expensive there, and have the look I am after. In Portland you always need rain gear this time of year.
I was fortunate to have a dry and sunny day Saturday for the pick up. I put on about 85 miles, and really enjoyed the ride.
I was looking for a different riding experience than my '12 Street Triple R, and the Bobber delivers.
It was difficult to keep the revs low. Also, my feet kept finding the exhaust, as I am used to having the pegs directly below the seat on the Street.
 

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Bike looks great!

Did you have to do any modifications to fit the break light?

How did you mount the rear indicators?

Thanks!
Just new holes for fixing the license plate, here are some photos to see how the blinker mounts are mounted
 

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