Another Triumph gems that showed us in the hall of Milan was this Bonneville concept customized to bobber style: sleek minimalism and unsweetened fresh from the factory. A mount with retro image and technical solutions of last generation.
The incredible engineering work that has incorporated the factory team to the winding TFC1-Bobber begins with a rigid twin tube with single-sided swingarm, a front suspension fox fork adjustable from the handlebars and Brembo radial four piston front brake caliper.
The structural elements of the chassis are joined by a special adhesive to achieve a neat finish seamless. Moreover, the traditional single seat position adjustable boasts a Fox shock and integrates Radianz LED lights that enhance its contemporary essence of a classic base, strengthened by its spoke wheels and elegant straight exhausts. These are constructed by a double wall that keeps the brushed finish without discoloring by heating.
So that the electronics was not disfiguring the image, the equipment came up with a clever solution: incorporate 69 Bonneville reservoir (split into two for the American market) and use one half to the electrical circuit and one for the fuel.
Nor are, hidden in surprising two-cylinder engine turned inside, hours and hours of work in the studio and workshop to modify and reposition the chain adjusters’ distribution and lubrication holes, redesign and recalculate lubrication lines distribution to suit the camshafts rotate in the opposite direction.