Triumph adds limited-edition Bobber TFC

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Triumph Motorcycles is adding a stunning, exclusive and expensive Bobber TFC (Triumph Factory Custom) to its new customised range as expected.

It joins the equally beautiful Thruxton TFC and Rocket TFC.

Triumph Thruxton and Rocket 3 TFC ace diamond

Triumph Thruxton and Rocket 3 TFC

And like those limited-edition models, only 750 numbered bikes will be available worldwide.

Triumph Motorcycles Australia hasn’t said what their allocation will be or whether it will be by customer order, only.

There is also no price yet, although as a gauge the THruxton TFC is over $30k.

Bobber TFC
Triumph Bobber TFC


Like the other TFC models, it comes with more power, better suspension and lashings of carbon fibre.

Power is up 7.5kW (10hp) to 64kW and 17.9Nm of torque which is a 4Nm bump in grunt.
Triumph Bobber TFC


They say there is 39% lower engine inertia resulting in 500rpm higher revving, while the bike is also 5kg lighter than the Bobber Black.

Apart from fully adjustable Öhlins forks a shocks, it comes with Arrow mufflers with carbon fibre end caps, Dual Brembo M50 monobloc brake calipers, Brembo MCS radial master cylinder,
three riding modes (road, rain, sport) and LED lighting.
Triumph Bobber TFC


Every Bobber TFC owner will also receive a special tailor-made TFC handover pack unique to their bike.

It features a numbered letter hand-signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, a personalised custom build book, a Bobber TFC bike cover, a TFC document wallet and a leather TFC branded rucksack.
Triumph Bobber TFC



Bobber TFC tech specs
Engine TypeLiquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin
Triumph Bobber TFC
Capacity1200cc
Bore/Stroke97.6 x 80mm
Maximum Power64kW (87PS) @ 6250rpm
Maximum Torque110Nm @ 4500rpm
Fuel systemMultipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
ExhaustBrushed stainless steel 2 into 2 single-skin exhaust system with Arrow brushed stainless silencers and carbon end caps
Final driveChain
ClutchWet, multi-plate assist clutch
Gearbox6 speed
FrameTubular steel cradle
InstrumentsLCD multi-functional instrument pack with analogue speedometer, odometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range to empty indication, service indicator, clock, 2x trip, average & current fuel consumption display, traction control status display, heated grip ready – controlled by a handlebar mounted scroll button.
Triumph Bobber TFC
SwingarmTwin-sided, tubular steel
Front Wheel32-spoke, 19 x 2.5 in
Rear Wheel32-spoke,16 x 3.5 in
Front Tyre100/90-19
Rear Tyre150/80 R16
Front SuspensionÖhlins, ∅43mm, USD, fully adjustable, NIX 30
Rear SuspensionÖhlins RSU, rebound and preload adjustable
Front BrakeDual 310mm discs, Brembo M50 4-piston radial monobloc calipers, ABS
Rear BrakeSingle 255mm disc, Nissin single piston floating caliper, ABS
Seat Heightto be confirmed – subject to final homologation in January 2020
Triumph Bobber TFC
Raketo be confirmed – subject to final homologation in January 2020
Trailto be confirmed – subject to final homologation in January 2020
Dry Weightto be confirmed – subject to final homologation in January 2020
Fuel Tank Capacity9 L

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Sharp looking ride. Saddle looks nice, but can't see it being very comfortable. Of course with the small tank on the Bobber you won't be in that saddle for long periods of time without at least a short break for refueling.
 

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I like this bike but for what I need I could not even look at it.
 

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The bobber model is nice, but I like a more multi-purpose bike like the Bonneville.
 

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Now that is nice. But for long haul I don't thing so, more city type riding me thinks. Can't see any springs at the rear of the seat, is it a mono type setup??? Still when I win lotto this week I'll just add it to the fleet:y45:
 
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