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Triumph Street Scrambler

If we had but one certainty, after the Triumph Street Scrambler launching, was that the modern classics Scrambler legacy from the English brand would not die with the old 900T model. We are talking about a radical version of the already popular Street Twin range, which includes some improvements in the performance of the bike when is far from asphalt surfaces.

Triumph Street Scrambler

If we had but one certainty, after the Triumph Street Scrambler launching, was that the modern classics Scrambler legacy from the English brand would not die with the old 900T model. We are talking about a radical version of the already popular Street Twin range, which includes some improvements in the performance of the bike when is far from asphalt surfaces.

Triumph Street Scrambler Specs

Engine: The Triumph Street Scrambler features a 4-stroked 5-speed 900T engine, water-cooled and a capacity of 65 HP at 7.500 rpm.

Suspension and brakes system: The front suspension is a 41mm Kabaya telescopic fork with a bars diameter of 41mm. The one at the rear is a double steel shaft with a wheel travel of 120mm.

It has disc brakes with ABS system. The front ones come with a 4-piston Brembo, and at the rear it has a Nissin caliper of 2 pistons.

Size and weight: This bike has a maximum length of 2.125 mm, a width of 835 mm and a wheelbase of 1.445 mm. The height of the seat is at 790 mm from the ground, and its total weight is 203 kg.

Fuel and range: The fuel for this bike is the regular gas 95 for a fuel tank of 12 liters. The average fuel consumption is 4 liters every 100km.