Triumph Scrambler 900 specs

The Triumph Scrambler 900 family of motorcycles has an engine with more torque at low revs than the other models in the Modern Classic range, seen to date. The Triumph Scrambler 900 specs has a twin-cylinder engine 4-stroke, air-cooled and a displacement of 865 cc, its power is 59 hp at 6800 rpm. The curb weight of the Scrambler 900 is 230 kg. A feature that highlights the wild side of the neoclassics.

This new bike measures 2,213 mm long and its wheelbase is 1,500 mm, along with a seat height of 825 mm.

The front suspension consists of a telescopic fork and the rear of a conventional steel double wishbone. Front and rear brakes are 2-piston Nissin floating discs.

The Triumph Scrambler 900 is a 95/98 unleaded gasoline engine and has a tank capacity of 16 L.

Triumph Scrambler 900 Specifications


Engine Air-cooled, 4-stroke
Power 54 HP
Bore x Stroke 84.6 mm x 80 mm
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Fuel System Carburetor, 2x Keihin CVK36 – Scrambler 900 (to 2008)
Fuel Injection – Scrambler 900 (from 2008)
Starter Electric
Exhaust Exhaust silencer with manifolds 2 to 2 silencers


Clutch Wet, multi-plate, cable operated
Transmission 5-Speed
Final Drive Chain


Suspension Front 41 mm telescopic fork KYB, 120 mm / 4,7 in
Suspension Rear Swingarm with twin-shock KYB (adjustable spring pre-load), 106 mm / 4,2 in
Brakes Front Double disc, 310 mm, 2-piston calipers
Brakes Rear Single disc, 255 mm, 2-piston caliper
Tires Front 100/90-19
Tires Rear
Fuel Tank Capacity 16,0 l / 4,22 US gal


Spark Plugs  
Headlight LED
Tail Light LED


Overall Length  
Width Handlebars 33.8 in (860 mm)
Height Without Mirror 47.3 in (1202 mm)
Wheelbase 59.0 in (1500 mm)
Trail 4.1 in (105 mm)
Seat Height 32.5 in (825 mm)
Wet Weight 506 lbs (230 kg)



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