Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114
It would be difficult to find a factory bobber with more brutal swagger than the 2023 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114. The darkened surfaces of the Milwaukee-Eight 114ci engine, the laser-engraved wheels, frame and suspension, as well as robust 16-inch tires, abbreviated lighting and, of course, a curved rear fender contribute to a muscular and mass-centered look.
Indian Chief Bobber Black Horse
If the model name contains “Bobber”, you can be pretty sure of what you are getting. , the Indian Chief Bobber Dark Horse visually provides the essentials of the Bobber, including a Bobtail rear, a Solo saddle and a ton of attitude. And as for the finishes, black seems to be the new Chrome. With the exception of a few plated and polished components, literally the entire chassis of the Dark Horse is black.
Triumph Bonneville Bobber
Let’s face it-the Bobber phenomenon certainly originated in pre-war America, but it could also have viable roots in pre-war England. Because for aspiring London rockers at that time, what was closer than taking off their bikes for speed and style? One look at Triumph’s 2023 Bonneville Bobber and you will understand how it could work today. In jet black, the Bonnie Bobber is direct, open and in your face.
Triumph Rocket 3 R Chrome Edition
If the manufacturers of the first Bobber could see the Triumph Rocket 3 R Chrome Edition 2023, they probably wouldn’t believe it. At the heart of the 3 rocket is a completely exaggerated 2.5-liter liquid-cooled three-cylinder engine, mounted longitudinally in the frame. On the right there are three exhaust pipes the size of the Zoomie manifolds of a dragster, and on the left there are heaps of triple intake. They are not just for show. The Rocket 3 R Chrome Edition Mill developed claimed a breathtaking 165 horsepower and 163 .- foot. torque and forces via a six-speed gearbox and a shaft drive on the huge 240/50R-16 rear tires. Basically, the Rocket 3 “surpasses” all other bikes-and its MSRP
Harley-Davidson Bob Street 114
for the money, It has the big Milwaukee-Eight 114ci engine (1,868 cm3) with electronic injection and framed by the famous Offset shotgun exhausts The maximum torque is only 3,000 rpm, which makes the Street Bob 114 an effortless ride.