Bevan Triumph wanted to build a Bobber that stood out but also stayed true to the stripped back Bobber look. They shed some weight by removing parts, drastically shortening fenders and fitting very minimal lighting.
Bevan wanted a mean, aggressive look which took them in the direction of fitting deeply treaded off-road style tyres, at which point the Dirt Bob was born.
Charlie, Ciaran and Terry - Design team
Edy - Technical
The colour theme for Bevan's Bobber is Black with a candy tangerine stripe and bronze coachlines. Even though the tank design isn't explicitly linked to the inspiration, the team decided they wanted a bold design scheme, which they complemented with bronze coloured wheels.
Bevan has customised its Bobber with a front number board and mini headlamps, custom-made swept exhausts and rebuilt the wheels with a larger rim and deep treaded off-road tyres.