The single-dial display has an analog speedometer, with an LCD gear position indicator and fuel level, and selectable fuel range, fuel consumption data, engine speed, clock, odometer and tripmeters, clock, service indicator, heated grip settings (optional) and cruise control setting (optional).
The Bobber's 1200cc "High Torque" engine is the same one as that used in the T120, but for the Bobber it's been tweaked to produce 10 percent more power and torque. Triumph designed it with what they call "Clean Lines" packaging, hiding wires, hoses and any other unsightly bits for a clean, attractive look. For example, the radiator's expansion tank is located under the silver mesh panel on the left in the photo.
The adjustable seat is mounted on a cantilevered arm that hovers over the single shock.

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