Triumph Scrambler Information:
The Triumph Scrambler is a British Motorcycle from the Triumph Motorcycles company. Triumph Motorcycles is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the UK and has been in business since 1983.
The Scrambler first hit the market in 2006 and is still being manufactured as of 2019. The Triumph Scrambler is the last Triumph make to be styled by designer John Mockett, who served as the principal stylist from 1989 until 2006.
The Triumph Scrambler features an 865 cc DOHC four-stroke twin-cylinder engine. It was designed as a Bonneville with off road styling. It has limited off road capacity. The Triumph Scrambler features a higher seat position, high and wide handlebar, as influenced by the TR6C Trophy Special.
The Triumph Factory designed a wide range of accessories for the Scrambler, such as a skid plate to protect underneath the engine, a headlamp grille, and number boards for the sides. In early models, the tachometer was optional, though starting with the 2010 model, a side-by-side speedometer and tachometer became standard. In 2008, and in 2009 for the USA, Triumph Scrambler introduced multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI, which required fitting a larger fuel tank to house the new pimp unit. To keep with the Scrambler's retro look, throttle bodies were disguised to look like carburetors.