here’s an angst to the Triumph Bobber. Something about the solo seat, steep rake, and mock-hardtail line just looks like it’s rebelling against whatever ya got. But the Speedmaster is different; it has the same engine character, the same smile-inducing pull when you drop the clutch on that 1,200cc high-torque engine, but with a friendlier look and huge line of accessories to maximize touring capability. For a small jump in the price tag, the Speedmaster takes the niche, solo city-jammer/cruiser hybrid that is the Bobber and turns it into a more traditional cruiser capable of longer miles. The ride is more effortless and casually enjoyable, but you can easily turn it up and get that rebel yell back if you want it.