Triumph Scrambler 900
Tired of the always boring city ride commuting? Triumph Scrambler was meant to break every moulding case and road pattern with a pure off-road concept meant to give you the freedom you need, inside and outside the road. All these motorcycle build projects have been made based on a Triumph Scrambler 900 from the air cooled generation. Several clients from all around the world have asked Tamarit Motorcycles to transform their bikes and get unique pieces of machinery.
The Triumph Scrambler 900 was brought to the Triumph family as a response – An answer to those users who wanted to feel the frenzy and rush of the off-road adventure while still riding a modern classic.
Its setup meant a substantial change in respect of its two other range-fellows. Although Triumph Bonneville and Triumph Thruxton are relatively similar models, the newcomer Triumph Scrambler broke the mold with the inclusion of entries such as new fork sizes, new factory wheels and exhausts located in the top part of the bike, far from the ground for safety reasons.
Triumph Scrambler 900 Specs
Engine: 4-stroke inline twin-cylinder, air-cooled and a capacity of 865T. Its engine power is 59 HP at 6.800 rpm, with a vehicle mass of 230 kg.
Sizes: The Triumph Scrambler 900 has a length of 2.213 mm, a wheelbase of 1.500 mm and an the height of the seat is 825 mm from the ground.
Suspension and brakes: The front suspension features a telescopic fork, and the rear has a regular double steel shaft. The front and rear brakes are 2-pistons Nissin floating discs.
Fuel and range: Unleaded petrol 95 and a fuel tank of 16 liters.
Scrambler 900 Carburación
Scrambler 900 Inyección