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A spin off was an obvious move on Triumph´s part. But as some have already said, we may be able to share the parts bin & modify things such as the twin rotors, etc...

Can´t say i´m a huge fan of how it looks either.
 

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Change the bars and remove the back rest/grabrail, and you pretty much have a 2 seater bobber. I don't think thats a bad thing for those who thought the single seat of the bobber was a deal breaker. Very interested in the twin front disks, the stopping power was pretty much my only complaint about the bobber and is certainly something I would want to upgrade on mine.
 

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something else I noticed, the wheel sizes.....def look more like a big cruiser set up. Really don't dig it.

Let's hope the don't call it "Bobber Cruiser" or "Cruising Bobber"...."bobber" shouldn't exist on this bike.
 
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