Triumph Street Scrambler Unveiled at EICMA 2016

Triumph has unveiled the Street Scrambler, a motorcycle with rough attitude while sharing its components with the humble Street Twin sold here in India. The exclusive Scrambler from Triumph gets longer rear suspension, 19 inch front wheel, Metzeler dual purpose tyres, switchable traction control and ABS, wider handlebar and an eye catchy exhaust defining its design and purpose.


Triumph Street Scrambler Unveiled at EICMA 2016

The chassis has undergone few modification, strengthening the Scrambler for its rough use. It weighs around 198 kg and gets a comfortable seat height of 790 mm. The 900 cc, twin cylinder engine is good for 55 PS and 80 Nm of torque. The bike offers a small detachable pillion seat and rack with its purchase, making it good for both solo and duo riding conditions. The A2 license restriction kit is also available for the bike.


The motorcycle comes with spoke wheels and may look out of fashion to many but, it carries ride by wire technology, enabling the use of traction control and making it the coolest option in its price segment to do so. It even has the longest service interval in its class, getting you 10,000 miles before a dealership visit. Triumph Street Scrambler even offers USB charging port for added convenience.03-street_scrambler
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