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Triumph Unveils 2017 Street Scrambler at EICMA

Everything revolves around scramblers and cafe racers in the bike world these days, and Triumph is surely not going to miss this boat as it just unveiled its new 2017 Street Scrambler.
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The new Triumph Street Scrambler is sharing the same contemporary custom styling principles as the Street Twin, but features the iconic Bonneville silhouette combined with clean lines, minimal bodywork and modern finishes.

Engine wise, the motorcycle is equipped with 900 cc Bonneville high torque engine, capable of delivering torque and power low down in and in the mid-range, which makes it perfect for riding around the city and for some light off-roading.

Attached to the powerhouse is an all-new, more compact, high-mounted stainless steel twin scrambler exhaust that also integrates the catalytic converter to make the bike Euro 4 emission regulations compliant.

According to Triumph “the new Street Scrambler chassis set-up is tuned to deliver a neutral and predictable ride. This, combined with the same confidence inspiring evolution to “stand-over” ergonomics for manoeuvrability and seat height considerably lower than the previous model, makes it a really accessible and fun bike for every type of rider.“

The Scrambler look is also defined by dedicated parts such as the ribbed Alcantara-style twin seat with contrast stitching, number-board side panel, larger front wheel, dual compound rubber knee pads, retro mirrors, an all-terrain bash plate, adventure-style foot pegs, as well as interchangeable pillion seat and aluminum rear rack offered as standard.

Available only in Europe next year, the Triumph Street Scrambler will come in three color setups: Jet Black, Matte Khaki Green or Korosi Red and Frozen Silver with jet black hand painted coach lining and unique tank decals.

It looks oldschool, but the bike actually comes with a lot of electronic gizmos to aid with safety. You get ride-by-wire throttle, latest generation switchable ABS, torque assist clutch, switchable traction control, liquid cooling, LED rear lights, and even a USB charging socket neatly incorporated into the classic design.

 
 
 
 
 

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