Spitfire Bobber - £9995


Floating single seat Springless nitrogen shock Dual pipe exhaust manifolds four Full LED Light Whitewall tyres


  • Displacement 600cc
    Engine Bore x stroke – 100 x 76.5 mm
    Engine Type Single cylinder, Four-stroke
    Power 55 bhp
    Torque 58 Nm @ 5,500 RPM
    Compression 12.0:1
    Bore x Stroke 111 x 6.5 mm (4.4 x 3 inches)
    Oil Capacity 1.8 Litres
    Fuel System Injection: Mikuni D45
    Cooling System Liquid
    Gearbox 6 Speed
    Final Drive Chain
    Clutch Multiple-disc, wet, Hydraulic control
    Average Fuel Consumption 56 mpg (7 1/100 km)
    Tank Nylon Composite – Painted Finish
    Service Intervals 3,500 miles (5,600 km)
  • Frame Type High strength steel, Hand Tig welded
    Rake (Fork Angle) 26º
    Trail 118 mm
    Front Suspension 120 mm wheel travel. Adjustable
    Rear Suspension 120 mm wheel travel. Adjustable
    Front Brake 320 mm Disc
    Rear Brake 240 mm Disc
  • Dry Weight 135kg
    Power / Weight Radio 0.41 HP / kg
    Seat Height 760mm
    Overall Height 1,100 mm
    Overall Length 2,117 mm
    Wheelbase 1,423 mm
    Fuel Capacity 14 litres
  • Wheel 16” lightweight, high strength rim, CNC billet hub, high strength spokes
    Front Tyre Avon AV72 Cobra – White wall MT90B16-WW
    Rear Tyre Avon AV72 Cobra – White wall 150/80B16-WW
    Seat Floating Poly bush damped single seat. Full hide leather
    Handlebars Flat heavy duty wide bars
    Ground Clearance 140mm
    Features Floating damped seat, Air cooled dual pipe exhaust manifolds, Mid positioned foot controls, 70mm lower seat, Lowered suspension – 80mm travel, Relaxed riding position, Springless Nitrogen shock
  • Starting From £9995.00


Bobber with added
Spitfire style

The Bobber or “Bob-Job”evolved in 1930’s America from the “Cut-Down” bikes of the 1920’s. These were stripped back minimalist machines with all accessories removed, a shortened rear and a lowered seat height making for a more compact, lighter motorcycle.It was a logical choice then to launch our own version of the Bobber, taking its underpinnings from the lean and lithe Spitfire, a bike as stripped back as a modern road legal bike can be. And, don’t be deceived by those laid-back looks; like all Spitfires, this bird can fly!