Triumph Scrambler

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triumph scrambler

Triumph Scrambler is a British bike manufactured by Triumph Motorcycles. This was also the last bike designed by John Mocket who was working with the Triumph team since 1989. Up 2006 his design was the base for all models produced in the period.  The scrambler’ design was designated for limited off road capability and with off road styling. Major influence on Scrambler can be attributed to the TR6C Trophy Special and the bike shared similar features. The crossover exhaust headers and the twin exhausts with high level stacking are the examples of it. The bike had Bonneville 865cc parallel twin carburetors. The bike had high and wide handlebars, high perch seat, Kayaba rear shock absorbers twin chrome, Kayaba front forks, rubber fork gaiters, simple speed meter and single headlight. Large range of accessories was designed and produced by Triumph Factory to support its performance. Electronic fuel injection was introduced in the British bikes in 2008 and it was debuted in the USA in 2009.

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