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Title: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 25, 2018, 08:02:40 am
https://www.triumphmotorcycles.co.uk/motorcycles/classic/bonneville-scrambler-1200?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=UK_CLA_SC1200_Launch_10_18&utm_medium=email&utm_term=&utm_content=&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTjJZNFlUZ3dNRFU1TkdVMCIsInQiOiI2Tnh5N1hlT2JSRGtwb3N1Z3J0eStyTmF4NlwvVHdSRGszMVJcL2NOTFBrQjZYenM1SkNcL2xSWkhWbDE1d2xEanhWbDVKcXlvVzlrbWxucHlNMms4TTdHV2xDMGpRRW5JZzhvemptV1FOZURpNUQrVEllMEZcL2JXYXBrS0hSV21KZjYifQ%3D%3D

Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: XRRX on October 25, 2018, 08:32:52 am
Awesome!!!  :thumleft: O0
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 25, 2018, 08:43:55 am
I like  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: chicco on October 25, 2018, 08:45:27 am
 :drif: what is the diff between the XC and XE?
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Battlestar on October 25, 2018, 08:47:59 am
Now that is  :drif: :drif: :drif:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 25, 2018, 08:50:42 am
:drif: what is the diff between the XC and XE?

Looks like longer travel suspension
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Battlestar on October 25, 2018, 08:51:23 am
:drif: what is the diff between the XC and XE?

Electronics

The XE has off road pro. Looks like abs and traction control can be turned off completely

Dam I like the look of this machine
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Battlestar on October 25, 2018, 08:52:31 am
More detail here

https://www.cycleworld.com/2019-triumph-scrambler-1200-xc-and-scrambler-1200-xe-first-look#page-3
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: IDR on October 25, 2018, 09:06:41 am
FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO THE SCRAMBLER XE
CHASSIS

Longer travel Showa adjustable USD forks with 250mm travel
Longer travel ÷hlins adjustable rear suspension with 250mm travel
Longer travel aluminium swingarm (579mm)
Adjustable folding foot controls
Hand guards with aluminium brace
Brembo MCS lever
TECHNOLOGY
Optimised Cornering ABS and Traction Control, facilitated by an inertial measurement unit (IMU)
Six riding modes (Road, Rain, Sport, Off-Road, Rider-Configurable and Off-Road Pro)
STYLING
Top-of-the-range finishes & detailing
Iconic Triumph tank badge
Silver handlebar finish with black anodised risers and clamps.
Gold coloured forks
Two colour schemes: Fusion White with Brooklands Green, and Cobalt Blue with Jet Black
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: ChrisL - DUSTRIDERS on October 25, 2018, 09:36:09 am
I like it!! :drif: :drif: :drif:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: DouglasN on October 25, 2018, 09:57:32 am
Tubeless


Wonder if those wheels will fit on the Tiger 800 ?
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: 2-Stroke on October 25, 2018, 10:03:43 am
Only the XE version is coming to SA. Should be here in February.

See the details here:
https://thebikeshow.co.za/triumph-unveils-new-scrambler-1200-xe-a-genuine-off-road-adventure-scrambler/

Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: jaybiker on October 25, 2018, 11:04:47 am
And here I'm still battling with that three bike choice. Now this.... :ricky:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: ChrisL - DUSTRIDERS on October 25, 2018, 11:10:23 am
And here I'm still battling with that three bike choice. Now this.... :ricky:
:laughing4: :laughing4: :laughing4:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: 0012 on October 25, 2018, 11:11:21 am
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: jaybiker on October 25, 2018, 11:11:44 am
Okay then.

Thruxton R.

Scranbler XE

A N Other.

En more's nog 'n dag.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: ChrisL - DUSTRIDERS on October 25, 2018, 11:16:47 am
Okay then.

Thruxton R.

Scranbler XE

A N Other.

En more's nog 'n dag.
Before you know it WDs will make you bilingual.  ;) :deal:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: 2StrokeDan on October 25, 2018, 11:22:41 am
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?

This way you get a totally unstressed engine that could give you lots of miles. Also docile because of low compression ratios.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Battlestar on October 25, 2018, 12:36:38 pm
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?


This way you get a totally unstressed engine that could give you lots of miles. Also docile because of low compression ratios.
100% The motor will last for ever
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dwerg on October 25, 2018, 12:54:01 pm
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?

This way you get a totally unstressed engine that could give you lots of miles. Also docile because of low compression ratios.


Donít forget the 110nm. Will ride like a dream. Stick it in top gear and cruise through everything
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 25, 2018, 02:00:15 pm
For the record, I've owned 6 x 900cc Bonnevilles of the previous generation (2001 T100, 2006 T100, 2011 T100, 2006 Scrambler, 2007 Scrambler & 2010 Scrambler) and five of them have been the most reliable bikes I have ever owned.  One was just a Monday/Friday bike and I owned it for all of a week before I sold it.

I am comfortable to say that there isn't another bike that has even come close in terms of reliability, even my Honda TA650. Even that had small things go wrong with it.

Best of the lot was the 2001 T100 Bonneville.

This 1200 will be solid as a rock and with it's lowish COG, it will ride well too I think. Looks like a proper winner.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 25, 2018, 02:53:14 pm
For the record, I've owned 6 x 900cc Bonnevilles of the previous generation (2001 T100, 2006 T100, 2011 T100, 2006 Scrambler, 2007 Scrambler & 2010 Scrambler) and five of them have been the most reliable bikes I have ever owned.  One was just a Monday/Friday bike and I owned it for all of a week before I sold it.

I am comfortable to say that there isn't another bike that has even come close in terms of reliability, even my Honda TA650. Even that had small things go wrong with it.

Best of the lot was the 2001 T100 Bonneville.

This 1200 will be solid as a rock and with it's lowish COG, it will ride well too I think. Looks like a proper winner.

I have worked on quite a few of the Triumph range , no more problems than one would experience from other brands and they tend to be fun to ride as well , in my mind there is nothing better than taking a bike for a ride and to return grinning from ear to ear
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 25, 2018, 04:15:05 pm
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?

Triumph had the 270 crank on the previous generation Scrambler as well as the cruiser models , Yamaha had a 270 crank on some of their TDM850/900 models , so nothing new  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: jaybiker on October 25, 2018, 04:24:56 pm
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?

This way you get a totally unstressed engine that could give you lots of miles. Also docile because of low compression ratios.


Donít forget the 110nm. Will ride like a dream. Stick it in top gear and cruise through everything



And I reckon, similar to the Guzzi, it must be easier with a modest power output to conform to the enviro regulations, while still using a relatively neat exhaust system.  ???
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Grumpleton on October 25, 2018, 07:56:53 pm
mmmm this could swing me away from a KTM in the near future, I like the look of these bikes.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: hedleyj on October 25, 2018, 08:35:25 pm
Now this is one that may have to find itself in my garage.

Been drooling over 1090 orange but this is different.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: zacapa on October 25, 2018, 09:25:11 pm
I think I have just fallen in love.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: hugh101 on October 26, 2018, 07:12:21 am
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 26, 2018, 07:24:40 am
I think I have just fallen in love.

Agree , I can see myself riding off into the sunset on an XE  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: andrew5336 on October 26, 2018, 07:29:01 am
Racing Baja 1000!

http://www.advpulse.com/adv-news/triumph-scrambler-1200-xe/
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 26, 2018, 07:30:29 am
So, in contrast to the marketing strategy of the Africa Twin, KTM 790, KTM 390 Adv and the Yamaha T7, where there were teasers for years in advance, this bike was rumored but not hyped and now is released and looks friggin outstanding.

Quite frankly, I'd be a little surprised if it's not as good as those bikes as an adventure bike.....without all the melodrama and it's available almost immediately.

There's a market differentiation right there between Triumph and the other manufacturers. Less talk, more action.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 26, 2018, 07:34:31 am
Racing Baja 1000!

http://www.advpulse.com/adv-news/triumph-scrambler-1200-xe/

And check out the list of changes they are going to do to the bike for the Baja 1000, just about fark all.

'Ready to Race' comes to mind!!!    :imaposer:     Jeez, how to steal the thunder from another brand.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 26, 2018, 07:46:39 am
And the wheels are tubeless, outer rim laced, like the BMW GS.   :thumleft:

Dry weight 207kg. Not a feather weight but not a scale destroyer either.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: hugh101 on October 26, 2018, 07:51:14 am
I wonder what the pricing is gonna be like?
upper 200k ish pushing R300k? :peepwall:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: 0012 on October 26, 2018, 08:10:39 am
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?

This way you get a totally unstressed engine that could give you lots of miles. Also docile because of low compression ratios.

The yamaha S10 1200 gives 80+kW from its para twin 270deg and that motor will last forever too, so Triumph really were extremely conservative.

I'm not a power monkey (geez I ride a DR) but I'm just saying that I think they could have got away with something smaller in there
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: 0012 on October 26, 2018, 08:13:39 am
Triumph had the 270 crank on the previous generation Scrambler as well as the cruiser models , Yamaha had a 270 crank on some of their TDM850/900 models , so nothing new  :thumleft:

 :thumleft:  thanks Dux
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Lou1 on October 26, 2018, 08:26:29 am
I love what they are doing with the spokes wheels that are actually tubeless. 

By placing the spokes on the outside. (off center)

Will be interesting to see how that idea works out.

But love the retro Scrambler idea. These bikes are ideal to personalize in a thousand ways.   :thumleft:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 26, 2018, 08:28:00 am
really beautiful piece of machinery  :thumleft:

two things that I find interesting:
1) parallel twin motor with 270deg crank, seems to be all the rage these days  :ricky:

2) why make it a 1200 if you only want 66kW out of it (not sure how they get that little out of a modern 1200) why not go for a smaller capacity and keep the same output?

This way you get a totally unstressed engine that could give you lots of miles. Also docile because of low compression ratios.

The yamaha S10 1200 gives 80+kW from its para twin 270deg and that motor will last forever too, so Triumph really were extremely conservative.

I'm not a power monkey (geez I ride a DR) but I'm just saying that I think they could have got away with something smaller in there

It's an existing powerplant. Would have just cost more to manufacture another engine. They do have the smaller engine 900 engine but they probably cost similar to manufacture and weigh about the same.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Fransw on October 26, 2018, 09:10:14 am
Love the scramblers! Impressive 16k service intervals. This thing will last forever!.. :thumleft:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: ChrisL - DUSTRIDERS on October 26, 2018, 09:21:18 am
I would change mine to a single exhaust pipe. The double takes up too much space.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 26, 2018, 10:35:38 am
I would change mine to a single exhaust pipe. The double takes up too much space.

A Supertrapp with a few extra discs would be lekker
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Fransw on October 26, 2018, 10:45:13 am
I would change mine to a single exhaust pipe. The double takes up too much space.

A Supertrapp with a few extra discs would be lekker

Yes for the single pipe!

I can see myself cruising with this thing through Africa and beyond!.. O0
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Poffmuis on October 26, 2018, 02:25:15 pm
Racing Baja 1000!

http://www.advpulse.com/adv-news/triumph-scrambler-1200-xe/

And check out the list of changes they are going to do to the bike for the Baja 1000, just about fark all.


They had better extend that rear mudgaurd or you will be sand blasiting your back for the full 1000
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Cracker on October 26, 2018, 08:32:53 pm
Jeez, now I hate being poor .......................  :'(
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 27, 2018, 06:31:25 am
Racing Baja 1000!

http://www.advpulse.com/adv-news/triumph-scrambler-1200-xe/

And check out the list of changes they are going to do to the bike for the Baja 1000, just about fark all.


They had better extend that rear mudgaurd or you will be sand blasiting your back for the full 1000

I was also thinking that. It is a little short, even in the looks department.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: blauth on October 27, 2018, 06:40:05 am
Jeez, now I hate being poor .......................  :'(

Cracker, you and me both.   :-[

But I've looked at all the offerings bike manufacturers have brought out to date (and bringing out) and it's been a case of, "meh, same old, same old.". Even the 790 and T7 is same old, same old.

The CRF 250 Rally had some innovation in it and owning one it really works well but still falls short of the unicorn, 450 class, long service interval, daily driver dual purpose (which after so many years still doesn't exist, and no, the CRF450L isn't it.).

For me, Ducati with their Scrambler and now this Triumph are leading this particular segment, I.e. a retro model with TRUE dual purpose ability.
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Single Cylinder on October 27, 2018, 09:32:14 am
Lyk na 'n lekker bromponie   :thumleft: :thumleft: :ricky:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Fransw on October 27, 2018, 05:35:36 pm
Jeez, now I hate being poor .......................  :'(

Cracker, you and me both.   :-[

But I've looked at all the offerings bike manufacturers have brought out to date (and bringing out) and it's been a case of, "meh, same old, same old.". Even the 790 and T7 is same old, same old.

The CRF 250 Rally had some innovation in it and owning one it really works well but still falls short of the unicorn, 450 class, long service interval, daily driver dual purpose (which after so many years still doesn't exist, and no, the CRF450L isn't it.).

For me, Ducati with their Scrambler and now this Triumph are leading this particular segment, I.e. a retro model with TRUE dual purpose ability.

I agree @blauth! Same old same old..

This Scrambler is something exiting! :thumleft: Also this PR7 is for me something really new and innovative!
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: wiledog_X on October 29, 2018, 10:44:17 am
(https://scontent.fdur2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/44929674_1972519149457926_663196714903011328_n.jpg?_nc_cat=105&_nc_ht=scontent.fdur2-1.fna&oh=5b386b291c1d0480c60a2290f9e7a5a8&oe=5C85B23C)   :drif:  :eek7:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Kortbroek on October 29, 2018, 10:55:02 am
Bloody hell truimph makes good looking bikes  :drif:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: HeeBs on October 29, 2018, 11:27:37 am
Any idea how much this will cost? Not that I could afford it! I just need to remind myself again as to why I should have listened in school  :biggrin:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: jaybiker on October 29, 2018, 01:56:01 pm
Any idea how much this will cost? Not that I could afford it! I just need to remind myself again as to why I should have listened in school  :biggrin:


#Me Too.  :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: McSack on October 29, 2018, 07:01:22 pm
(https://scontent.fdur2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/44929674_1972519149457926_663196714903011328_n.jpg?_nc_cat=105&_nc_ht=scontent.fdur2-1.fna&oh=5b386b291c1d0480c60a2290f9e7a5a8&oe=5C85B23C)   :drif:  :eek7:
My Sack!
My kids better hope I can't find their birth certificates or they may find themselves tending to an old arab and his family
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: teebag on October 30, 2018, 01:23:01 pm
Quote
205kg

 ::)
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: chicco on October 30, 2018, 02:49:45 pm
2019 STREET TWIN..... :drif:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 30, 2018, 03:03:00 pm
Quote
205kg

 ::)

That is about the weight of a 990
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: jaybiker on October 30, 2018, 07:34:50 pm
Quote
205kg

 ::)

That is about the weight of a 990



Or just a smidge more than Suzuki's 250 V Strom. :-\
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Fransw on October 30, 2018, 07:38:03 pm
Gaan daardie moerse pype van die Triumph mens nie brand nie?
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Dux on October 30, 2018, 07:41:06 pm
Gaan daardie moerse pype van die Triumph mens nie brand nie?

Ek dink daardie oorspronklike pype sal baie vinnig weg raak  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Fransw on October 30, 2018, 07:42:41 pm
Gaan daardie moerse pype van die Triumph mens nie brand nie?

Ek dink daardie oorspronklike pype sal baie vinnig weg raak  :thumleft:

Lyk na n bevokte bike!..
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: wiledog_X on January 29, 2019, 04:59:28 pm
First ride in Portugal on Triumphís all-new Scrambler 1200 XC & XE duo, crossover modern classics with genuine offroad capability in a retro-styled twin-shock package....  :drif:

(https://scontent-jnb1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/51210490_2423332751019947_5852068063796527104_o.jpg?_nc_cat=110&_nc_ht=scontent-jnb1-1.xx&oh=3acee0c4d7c760887e3bc7c69e4f479b&oe=5CFD47F1)

(https://scontent-jnb1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/50983146_2423332934353262_13635262739382272_o.jpg?_nc_cat=106&_nc_ht=scontent-jnb1-1.xx&oh=f6dd418e5f8750cc701f8b29391248e2&oe=5CF87FBE)

(https://scontent-jnb1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/51140335_2423332697686619_2013574448975708160_o.jpg?_nc_cat=110&_nc_ht=scontent-jnb1-1.xx&oh=65c44b885e3b85fb699cae71eaa0eae3&oe=5CFEDEEB)
Title: Re: Triumph Scrambler - 21" Front wheel, longer travel suspension, looks great.
Post by: Omninorm on January 30, 2019, 02:28:33 pm
Finally someone does it.
This is a great looking bike.