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Booked in for a test ride on the 25th of Feb! I'll get the bike for a full morning - hopefully the weather plays ball!

Really looking forward to it!
 

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Is this at your local Triumph dealership? Does that mean the Bobbers will start appearing in showrooms next month?
 

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Demo bikes will be appearing in UK dealerships from the middle of Feb, I have no idea of US timescales.

I dont have a gopro but may see if I can borrow one....
 

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Hopefully there are some nice curvy roads near your dealership so you can really get a feel of the Bobber. City riding is just not that fun and it's hard to judge a bike's full performance when stuck riding in straight lines and under speed limits.
 

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Definitely gonna need to put it through it's trials on some nice bendy roads to really get a feel for it. Staying in the city won't provide you much feedback on what it's like.
 

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Once thing we'd like to hear about is the adjustable seat and speedometer. How easy it is to adjust them on the fly and if you need special tools to do it.
 

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I would hope it's at an ease of adjustment just because of the constant changing direction of the light that would be reflecting off of it. I can imagine it being something I would be playing with quite often.
 

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I'm surprised that there are no mentioning of the seat and gauge adjustment process since it's one of the more marketed features of the Bonneville Bobber.
 
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