Triumph Scrambler: history, specs, pictures
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- 5 2006 Triumph Scrambler
- 6 2007 Triumph Scrambler
- 7 2008 Triumph Scrambler
- 8 2009 Triumph Scrambler
- 9 2010 Triumph Scrambler
- 10 2011 Triumph Scrambler
- 11 2012 Triumph Scrambler
- 12 2013 Triumph Scrambler
- 13 2014 Triumph Scrambler
- 14 2015 Triumph Scrambler
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|Production||2006 - 2017|
|Bore / Stroke||90.0mm x 68.0mm|
|Horse Power||57.8 HP (43.1 KW) @ 6800RPM|
|Torque||50.16 ft/lbs (68.0 Nm) @ 4750RPM|
|Fuel system||injection. multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with sai|
|Ignition type||digital-inductive type via engine management system|
|Transmission||Gear box: 5-speed |
Final Drive: chain
|Suspension||Front: kyb 41mm forks |
Rear: kyb chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload.
|Brakes||Front: single disc. nissin 2-piston floating caliper |
Rear: single disc. nissin 2-piston floating caliper
|Wheelbase||59.06 inches (1500 mm)|
|Dimensions||L 87.13 inches (2213 mm)|
W 33.86 inches (860 mm)
H 47.32 inches (1202 mm)
|Seat height||32.48 inches (825 mm)|
|Weight||471.79 pounds (214.0 Kg) (dry), 230.0 kg (wet)|
|Fuel capacity||4.23 Gallon (16.00 Liters)|
|Oil capacity||1.19 Gallon (4.50 Liters)|
|Fuel consumption||5.11 liters/100 km (19.6 km/l or 46.03 mpg)|
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The Triumph Scrambler was a twin, four-stroke Cruiser motorcycle produced by Triumph between 2006 and 2017. Max torque was 50.16 ft/lbs (68.0 Nm) @ 4750 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 57.8 HP (43.1 KW) @ 6800 RPM.
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. Power was moderated via the wet. multi-plate.
It came with a 100/90-19 front tire and a 130/80-17 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via single disc. nissin 2-piston floating caliper in the front and a single disc. nissin 2-piston floating caliper in the rear. The front suspension was a kyb 41mm forks while the rear was equipped with a kyb chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload.. The Scrambler was fitted with a 4.23 Gallon (16.00 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 471.79 pounds (214.0 Kg). The wheelbase was 59.06 inches (1500 mm) long.
2006 Triumph Scrambler
Made famous by daring riders such as Steve McQueen, Scramblers quickly caught the imagination of thrill-seekers, as they brought together the all-rounder character which made them great for daily rides and the exceptional terrainability allowing tons of fun far from the asphalt roads.
Triumph retained all the fun factor for the 2005 Scrambler, so the bike remains faithful to the old philosophy. A brawny 865cc parallel twin engine mated to a 5-speed gearbox delivers plenty of power and torque for pretty much any scenario, while compliant suspension and laced wheels make sure rough terrain is easily tackled.
2007 Triumph Scrambler
Achieving an ever-increasing popularity since the 60's the Triumph Scrambler embodies the all-rounder British philosophy: a bike that's comfortable and which will troublessly rider almost anywhere, on asphalt and muddy fire roads, as well.
Equally suitable as nimble and bold city slicer for daily commuting and as a weekend fun machine far from the main sealed roads, the 2006 Scrambler also brings in a bigger engine, now packing 865cc and more power and torque. A constant improvement on a proven platform, this bike carries on a revered heritage.
2008 Triumph Scrambler
The Triumph Scrambler is a bike created with the sunny summer days in mind, whether it's about the Southern California or the South European ones. Laid back riding, enjoying the roads and not caring whether there's asphalt or rocky soil under the tires, that's what the Scrambler is all about. Great for all types of terrain and not at all shy to get muddy, the 2007 Scrambler is an equally usable urban machine.
It's nimble engine and excellent maneuverability make a perfect city slicer, and a glorious choice for those who want to mix convenience, functionality and classic British style.
2009 Triumph Scrambler
Harking back to an era when a motorcycle was supposed to be able to ride on a lot of types of terrain, the 2008 Triumph Scrambler retains exceptional terrainability and it will provide a sizzling experience on both asphalt roads and on unsealed pathways. With a suspension smartly tuned to deliver great control on all terrains and a supple profile to make steering light and confident, the Scrambler is the perfect modern classic all-rounder.
It low seat helps smaller riders and ladies feel more safe and the predictable power delivery feels reassuring even for less experienced motorcyclists. For daily commuting and wild weekend getaways, the 2008 Scrambler is there to deliver.
2010 Triumph Scrambler
Engineered to be the "Bonnie that could ride anywhere", the Triumph Scrambler is a true all-rounder. It sports all the iconic British styling elements which made so many riders fall in love with the "modern classics" but it also comes with solid terrainability.
Exceptional as a bike for daily commuting, the 2009 Scrambler is not afraid to leave the asphalt behind and venture on the forest trails, on unsealed roads and is not shy to get dirty. If you're looking for a classic to carry you anywhere, prepare for fun, as the 2009 Scrambler is here for you.
2011 Triumph Scrambler
The 2010 Triumph Scrambler is a modern reinterpretation of the classic retro bike which could tread on almost any paths. For daily rides to work and various errands around the city or weekend outings far from the asphalt roads, the Scrambler can do it all.
Retaining the full retro attire of the older bikes, the 2010 Scrambler brings updated performance thanks to a modern EFI engine, dependable and smooth alike and compliant suspensions. All these will put a big smile on the riders' faces, wherever they may tread.
2012 Triumph Scrambler
Taking its cues from the stripped down desert sleds of the 1960s, the Scrambler has a classic styling dominated by the twin high level exhausts, designed to provide maximum ground clearance on rough terrain. Powering the Scrambler is a unique version of Triumph’s 865cc parallel-twin. Accessories available include headlight grilles, skid plate and number boards can turn the Scrambler into a real ISDT replica, while fly screen and leather luggage options.
2013 Triumph Scrambler
Just like the other editions, the 2012 Triumph Scrambler is a matter of either love or hate. This bike is not a flamboyant one, as this was never the intention of its designers. However, it mixes the classic, retro looks and modern performance in a way which is hard to replicate. British to the bone, yet with riders all over the world in love with it, the Triumph Scrambler will not pass unnoticed.
And what's even cooler is the fact that the 2012 Scrambler will still ride pretty much anywhere, be that the city, back roads, trails and open fields. It is not afraid to get dirty, and if you're just the same, then you're in for tens of thousands of miles of two-wheeled fun.
2014 Triumph Scrambler
When it comes to the 2014 MY Triumph Scrambler, it is all a matter of taste. You either fall in love with it, or you don't want to see it again. All the perks of modern bike-building technology, cleverly disguised in a classic 60's cruiser appearance, from the flat dual seat, to the two-tone paint and the badges on the fuel tank, that's what you get from this British-built machine.
The most striking features on the Scrambler are the high-mounted stainless steel headers with twin chromed silencers that form the exhaust system and the 19 in. front and 17 in. rear wire-spoked wheels. Also, thanks to the way it was designed, the two-wheeler can be taken anywhere, from busy city streets, to highway hauls and even light off-road tracks.
2015 Triumph Scrambler
A true all-rounder, the 2015 MY Triumph Scrambler offers classic looks and modern technology, delivered in a package that can be ridden in any places, from busy city streets to long weekend hauls, and even light gravel or dirt tracks, for the more adventurous type. This versatility is ensured by its proven 865cc lump, derived from the Bonneville, which has even power delivery throughout the whole rev range, and by the comfy, upright riding position, which reduces rider fatigue and helps it corner better. The off-road capabilities are ensured by the wire-spoked wheels and the compliant suspension, which can be adjusted depending on the riding conditions.