Among Indian motorcyclists, the Bonneville Bobber is a fantastic method to convey your quest for exclusivity. At INR 10.08 lakh, its price ensures that heads turn everywhere they can.
When this Triumph Bonneville Bobber was in the hands of Fred Krugger Bertrand, it returned with some significant personality upgrades. It is known as “Bobber Basse-Bodeux.”
Triumph itself gave this bike to Fred, however they asked him to preserve the original frame and engine setup. As he only had a short window of time to complete this task, he got to work as soon as the bike arrived in his garage.
Krugger lowered the front suspension by 25mm to inject some drag bike DNA into this Bobber. Furthermore, the fuel tank was designed to carry 16 litres of petrol instead of 9.1 litres, and it was reduced by 40mm as a result.
In order to acquire 75mm greater wheelbase than a Bonneville Bobber, the Bobber nickname utilised here was cut out of Neoprene. Since he is employing a unique engine map, the Bobber Basse-Bodeux has 10% more horsepower. The motorcycle benefits even more from the custom INOX exhaust system when it experiences straight-road drag.
The motorcycle has upgraded Arlen Ness disc brakes and 18-inch alloy wheels. While the fenders at both ends were created in-house for a lighter design and improved performance, the tyres on both ends are from Dunlop. To achieve this final low slung look on Bobber Basse-Bodeux, the conventional handlebar was reversed.
This modification demonstrates how amazing things may be accomplished without severing the frame or removing the engine screws. Stock The 1200cc, twin-cylinder engine in the Bonneville Bobber generates 106 Nm at 4000 rpm and 77 PS at 6100 rpm. The engine is paired with a 6-speed transmission.