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 rear end is designed to look like a chopped up and welded hard tail. The single rear shock and linkage are cleverly hidden under the seat, leaving the whole rear fender assembly to bounce over bumps and isolating them from the rider.
The 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber. (Photos by Triumph)

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