- Production limited to 750 units
- Premium cycle parts like Ohlins front forks and Brembo braking system
- Gets additional Sport riding mode apart from the existing Road and Rain modes
Triumph Motorcycles has taken the covers off the Limited Edition Bobber TFC at the on-going 2019 EICMA in Milan. The introduction of this variant follows the TFC versions of the Thruxton and Rocket 3 that have been introduced by Triumph earlier.
Like other TFC models, the Bobber TFC is also a Limited Edition motorcycle with the production restricted to only 750 units. The Bobber TFC features a blacked-out frame and swingarm which is complemented by carbon fibre bodywork comprising of side panels and supports for the front fender. It gets all-LED lighting, clip-on handlebars instead of a single piece on the standard version, Billet-machined yokes and a genuine leather seat with the Triumph logo embossed on it. Furthermore, the single-pod instrument console gets TFC-branded dials, while the engine badges are billet-machined with gold detailing. Each of these motorcycles will feature a unique TFC badge to maintain its exclusivity. Triumph is offering the Bobber TFC with a unique colour scheme of Carbon Black and Matt Carbon Black apart from the silver foil Union Jack flag on the tank and gold pinstriping.
The Bobber TFC comes with a host of unique high-end premium components which include top-spec Ohlins 43mm fully-adjustable front forks with adjustable Ohlins RSU and Brembo brakes set up accompanied by a Brembo radial master cylinder. It also features Arrow titanium silencers with carbon fibre tips. The inclusion of carbon fibre for body panels and lighter components has resulted in an approximate weight saving of 5 kg.
Triumph’s newly tweaked motor churns out an additional 9.9 bhp of power (a 13 percent increase), thereby increasing the total power output to 85.8bhp. The power is delivered from 3500rpm all the way up to 500rpm higher than the previous limit of 7000rpm. The peak torque output is rated at 110Nm at 4,000 rpm which is 4Nm higher than the standard version. Lastly, besides the Rroad and Rrain riding modes available on the standard Bobber, the TFC gets an additional Sport mode to set up the motorcycle according to the rider’s preferences.
Expect Triumph Bobber TFC to be available in the international markets soon.