Triumph Scrambler History

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The Triumph Scrambler was the off-road release of the British brand for their collection of air-cooled modern classics. While Triumph Bonneville and Triumph Thruxton are more designed and oriented for asphalt surfaces, this motorcycle was targeted for those action-people who do not see limits nor barriers when it comes to ride a bike.

Triumph Scrambler models

Despite the late release compared to its siblings, the Triumph Scrambler strongly broke into the air-cooled modern classics family when it was manufactured for the first time in 2006. Since then, the waiting for new pure Scrambler models has kept the all-terrain bikes lovers in suspense till 2019.

Triumph Scrambler 900: As we mentioned, this bike was manufactured from 2006 to 2016 in both fuel setups, carburetor till 2008 and electronic injection till 2016. A purely all-terrain design, with a more present fork and the exhausts in the upside part of the bike, as the canons say.

Triumph Scrambler 1200: One of the greatest new entries of the last years is the creation of a Scrambler with an enhanced engine, reaching a capacity of 1200T. It combines the all-terrain character of this family with all the improvements of the new issue of water-cooled modern classics.

Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE: It is the further step regarding the 1200, with a bunch of small improvements for people who want a extreme use of this bike, as it is ready and set for almost every purpose.

Scrambler EFI

Scrambler 1200

Scrambler 1200 XE