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Triumph Scrambler Motorcycle

2
October
2005
  Posted at 06:23:21 PM
  File under  Triumph New Products
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

Triumph Scrambler Motorcycle
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One of the motorcycles I was looking forward to seeing in the flesh was the recently announced Triumph Scrambler.

The Scrambler is a retro-motorcycle, i.e., a motorcycle with the same shape of an "old" one, but with new engine and electronics.

Triumph had already a success with their Bonneville motorcycles, so they built the Scrambler on that basis. The motorcycle is a street motorcycle that is not afraid to take a tractor path somewhere, or go into the grass.

Triumph Scrambler Motorcycle
The motorcycle would not look unusual in the hands of someone like Steve McQueen....

The engine is a twin cylinder 856 cc one, developing 55 hp with a torque of 69 Nm at 5000 rpm. The engine can be limited to 34 horse for beginners. The motorcycle uses a 5 speed gearbox.

The total length of the motorcycle is 2213 mm (wheel base is 1500 mm) and its dry weight is a whooping 205 Kgs, making it quite a heavy motorcycle. The seat height is 825 mm.


Triumph Scrambler Motorcycle
The fuel tank holds 16.6 Liters.

The Scrambler motorcycle is priced at € 8790 in France, and will be available in March 2006.

Personally, I really like this one. It looks very cool, and would be great for riding around town.

Click here to see the Scrambler at the Triumph website.





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