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Triumph announced their ground-breaking new Bobber in October 2016, using the massively popular T120 engine, but with a retro look and quality of styling rarely seen in a stock bike. The Bobber was an immediate hit with fans all over the world, and the launch was highly anticipated in 2017. As the day came around to unveil both the Bobber and the new Street Scrambler, Fowlers and Spoke & Stringer, a stylish surf and bike cafe in the Bristol harbour, got together to plan a launch event of a suitably cool calibre.

The entire Bonneville range was present on the night, showing off Triumph’s current range to its best – in addition to a handpicked selection of Triumph-branded clothing and accessories. Spoke & Stringer provided a delicious buffet – moroccan street food, rich coffees and a great selection of artisan beers and ales. Around 140 guests attended, and quickly packed out the small cafe.

The unveiling was preceded by a short video, showing the Bobber and Street Scrambler gliding through sun-kissed gorges – a bit of a contrast to the cold and darkness falling outside! The finale was heralded by the roaring of both bikes’ engines, and the Street Scrambler and iconic Bobber came thundering into the crowd, through the front doors, to take pride of place in the lobby.

Seats were sat on, details admired and lots of selfies taken – cementing the Bobber and the Street Scrambler as another two fantastic additions to the Triumph Bonneville stable.

Photos from the event are below – if you’re interested in any of the Triumph Bonneville range, including the new Bobber and Street Scrambler, please get in touch with Fowlers Triumph on 0117 977 0466.





Triumph have released a custom version of their massively popular 1200cc T120 Bonneville – the Bobber. Stripping the Bonneville T120 back to basics, it delivers all the hallmarks of a real bobber:  clean lines and low stance, single seat, wide flat bars, minimal bodywork and headlight, sculpted tank, wire spoked wheels, with wide rear wheel and that all important hard tail look. The frame, chassis and suspension is all-new too – a custom bike without the custom headache!

Bonneville Bobber

The authentic battery box with stainless steel strap, drum brake-styled rear hub and rear fender loop add small touches of style that make up a whole Bobber.

Bobber details

The ignition barrel, located on the front right-hand panel, adds a touch of authenticity. Bar end mirrors and all-new risers complete the look – but there are over 150 accessories that can be added to make your Bobber truly yours.

Bobber details

Look out for the gorgeous Triumph Bonneville Bobber at Fowlers in 2017!




With their release of the new Street Twin earlier this year, Triumph are certainly not resting on their laurels, and the release of three new T100 bikes at Intermot will only help to draw more riders to the retro-inspired side. The Street Cup, a gorgeous cafe racer-inspired version of the new 900cc T100 range, features an exclusive bullet seat, dropped Ace bars, a seat cowl and colour-matched flyscreen.

Street Cup details


The standard T100 has also benefitted from a refresh, available in an all-black colourway as well as the classic blue or orange, and white paint scheme. Triumph’s accessory range is also next-to-none, with over 150 parts available to truly make your Triumph your own.


Based on the Street Twin platform, an A2 restriction kit is now also available, meaning that A2 riders now have the option to own one of the hottest, most stylish looking bikes around. orange-t100




To celebrate 10 years of the much-loved Street Triple, Triumph have released three special editions, in collaboration with 8 Ball, the world-famous bike paintwork and airbrush team.

Street Triple Gold details

Just 50 editions of each of the Dark, Gold and Grey Street Triples will be available, each with their series edition number painted on the tank. Each edition features an Alcantara seat with colour-matched stitching, as well as a bellypan, flyscreen and cowl.

Street Triple Grey details

The Street Triple was released at the end of 2007, and the agile, versatile favourite has been winning hearts ever since. With a light chassis and aggressive styling, it’s a bike that can make an everyday commute feel like a weekend blast. Updated in 2014, the lighter chassis added even more punch and more nimble handling to this already quick 675cc inline-triple.

Street Triple Dark Street Triple Grey  Street Triple Gold

To get your hands on one of these limited edition models, please get in touch with Fowlers Triumph online, or call 0117 977 0466.





Fowlers Triumph TFEST 2016

By Fowlers News

We are ready, are you? Come along to Fowlers in Bristol on the 23rd and 24th April to see the launch of new Triumph models! See you there! #ForTheRide




It’s here!

On 23rd-24th April, TFEST lands at Fowlers Motorcycles nationwide for a weekend of Triumph at its best.

It’s the official dealer launch of the stylish Bonneville T120 and T120 Black and the long awaited Thruxton R café racer.

If that wasn’t enough, Triumph will also be showcasing 3 exciting new bikes at dealers nationwide.

This features the iconic Street Twin including inspiration kits, the thrilling Speed Triple S and R as well as the transcontinental Tiger Explorer.

That means the new speed, classics, and adventure ranges are available at your fingertips. Also, in stores will be the new season launch of the spring & summer Triumph clothing collection and the new Bonneville clothing range.

It’s a festival of thrills, style and performance all wrapped into one grand weekend.

Watch this space for more information.




For every day and every ride.

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The NEW Triumph Tiger Sport

The NEW 2016 Triumph Tiger Sport is designed to excel at every aspect of your motorcycling personality – from commuting to scratching to touring and more. Taking versatility to a new level, the NEW Tiger Sport features a host of developments including the next generation 1050cc triple engine, a suite of rider-focused technology and enhanced comfort and capability. Designed to tackle every journey, from a trip to the office to a lap of your favourite Sunday afternoon ride, the NEW Tiger Sport isn’t just an everyday motorcycle – it’s a motorcycle you will want to ride every day.

Superior drive and control

The latest evolution of the Tiger Sport centres around an iconic 1050cc triple engine. Featuring a multitude of developments to optimise power delivery, which include a completely revised combustion chamber, this new generation powerplant delivers waves of immediate torque. Instant throttle response, thanks to a new ride-by-wire throttle system, allows the rider to make maximum use of the triple engine’s signature drive in any situation from highway cruising to cross-town commuting. The new, freer flowing exhaust not only sounds richer but also contributes to improved fuel economy.

  • Next generation 1050cc triple engine with increased torque and improved fuel consumption
  • Rider-focused technology including ride-by-wire throttle and Rider Modes
  • Multi-level traction control, cruise control and ABS as standard
  • Refined exhaust system
  • Slip assist clutch to aid the reduction of rider fatigue
  • Host of revised details including grippier footpegs, adjustable tinted screen and redesigned mirrors
  • Contemporary new matt black or aluminium silver liveries

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Technology for the ride

The introduction of a new ECU and ride-by-wire throttle system opens up the new Tiger Sport to a host of rider-focused technology. This means the new Tiger Sport gives an instant response to rider input, with seamless power and a wall of torque immediately on hand. Added to this are a choice of rider modes, enabling the rider to select the throttle response and traction control to suit the conditions. Available modes are Rain, Road and Sport, tailoring each system to optimise the bike’s performance and control. The Sport mode allows the rider to explore the maximum character and punch of the triple engine while Rain softens and reduces overall power delivery.

Cruise control completes the suite of original equipment rider aids while an all-new instrument panel, including two trip computers and a live fuel gauge gives clear access to all the information a rider requires, with the benefit of simple navigation through the displays.

Reduce the strain of riding

A slip-assist clutch eases the strain of both city commutes and long-distance adventure by reducing the effort required for each operation, thus contributing to reduced rider fatigue. The new clutch system is coupled to a slick six-speed gearbox to allow the rider to make maximum use of the available power whilst providing a comfortable ratio for top gear long distance cruising.

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Style that performs

Restyled and with all new livery available in subtle matt black – with neon yellow detailing – or striking aluminium silver with red details, the Tiger Sport makes a stylish statement for every-day, every-journey motorcycling. The Tiger Sport’s single sided swingarm gives a clean finish while completing the new look are revised engine covers, new mirrors and a billet machined rear wheel spindle finisher. Rider comfort reaches a new level of sophistication too – with restyled, grippier footpegs, a tinted, adjustable screen and handguards as standard. The new screen offers superior wind protection with innovative ‘screen aero diffusers’ deflecting the air away from the rider and passenger without compromising the sporty stance, while the single handed operation makes adjustment easy.

With a huge fan base worldwide, thanks to its great handling, excellent rider and pillion ergonomics and a large load-carrying ability, we’ve built on these foundations to make the new Tiger Sport better in every way for the motorcyclist who wants a single bike that absolutely does it all. The new Tiger Sport will be unveiled at the London Motorcycle Show, to be held at Excel on February 12th.