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1968 Triumph Bonneville Bobber

Ben from Marietta, Georgia, United States, made available these pictures of his 1968 Triumph Bonneville Bobber.

Ben: "The bike you are looking at is a custom built Triumph. As the pics show there is a lot of work in the bike. Engine has 4800 on rebuild. The bars are 60's T bars and are super comfortable with seat position and control setup. This bike is tagged and gets ridden and has the usual chips and scratches. The bike was shown in the Hairbraine hardback book."

Image of 1968 Triumph Bonneville Bobber with Hardtailed Frame by Ben.

Triumph Bonneville Bobber Specifics

Ben listed the following specifics for his 1968 Bonnie Bobber:

• Mikuni carbs;

• Boyer ignition;

• 50's spotlight for headlight with custom mount;

• 21" Powdercoated hub custom lace with speedmaster;

• The pipes are one off mid pipes, they look good and sound good!;

• Justified Defiance seat with cool springs;

• The sheetmetal is House Of Kolor gold flake;

• Rear fender is a 36 for tire cover.

Photo of 1968 Triumph Bonneville 650 Custom Hardtail Bobber.

Photo of 1968 Triumph Bonneville 650 Custom Hardtail Bobber. 1968 Triumph Bonneville Custom Bobber

Image of 1968 Triumph Bonneville Bobber with Hardtailed Frame by Ben.

Photograph of 1968 Triumph 650 Bonneville Custom Hardtail Bobber.

Picture of 1968 Triumph Bonneville Hardtail Bobber by Ben.

Photo of 1968 Triumph Bonneville 650 Custom Hardtail Bobber.

Straight Bobber or Custom Bobber?

To us, any Bobber is either a Straight Bobber or a Custom Bobber.

For more information, check out the Bobber Republic Info Pages!

A Look at the Triumph Frame

Image of 1968 Triumph Bonneville Bobber with Hardtailed Frame by Ben. Note the bolts of the hardtail frame section.

A Bobber's Tail

Photograph of 1968 Triumph 650 Bonneville Custom Hardtail Bobber.

Picture of 1968 Triumph Bonneville Hardtail Bobber by Ben. That's it . . . a Bobber's Tale . . .



Thanks Ben!

March 2010





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