Triumph Street Scrambler First Look
The 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler is an A2 licence friendly retro style bike and is powered by a 900cc parallel twin engine which puts out 64bhp. It was first launched in 2017.
It's powered by a liquid cooled 900cc parallel twin engine, producing 64.4bhp at 7,500rpm and maximum torque at just 3,200rpm.
- Steel tubular frame and swingarm
- 310mm disc up front with Brembo 2 piston caliper
- 255mm disc at the rear with single piston caliper
- ABS system, traction control with off mode
- 41mm KYB fork with 120mm travel
- Dual KYB rear shocks with adjustable pre-load and 120mm travel
- Ride modes: Road, Rain, Off-Road (ABS off)
- Torque assist clutch, LED tail light, USB socket (under seat)
- 2->2 exhaust system
- 5 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
Compared to the 2017 Street Scrambler power is up around 10bhp but both peak power and torque appear higher up the range, the red line is 500rpm higher, the front caliper is now Brembo, the fork has been updated, two ride modes have been added, there's a new seat design and TPMS is now an option.
Triumph boosted the power with new lightweight engine internals and added a new lighter clutch but like the original it can still be restricted for the A2 licence. The wire-spoked 19" front wheel takes a 100/90 tyre and the rear 17" a 150/70.
Accessories include the Vance and Hines silencer, Fox piggyback rear shocks, flat track seat, larger belly pan, handlebar brace cover, headlight grill, higher level mudguard, side number boards, left side pannier, TPMS and an Aluminium luggage rack that can be swapped for the pillion seat (check the pics).
The Urban Tracker kit gets you the 25 litre pannier, Vance and Hines silencer, CNC oil filler cap, handlebar brace, number boards, bench seat, dresser bar, headlight grill, higher front mudguard and the larger belly pan. Check the pics above.
Colours: White, red, green/silver
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