Triumph Street Scrambler Motorbikes For Sale
What Is It?
The Triumph Street Scrambler is an A2 licence friendly retro style bike and is powered by a Euro 4 compliant liquid cooled 900 cc parallel twin engine, producing 54 bhp at 5,900 rpm and maximum torque at just 3,230 rpm.
- Tubular Steel frame and swingarm
- 310 mm disc up front with Nissin two piston caliper
- 255 mm disc at the rear with Nissin two piston caliper
- Switchable ABS
- 41 mm KYB fork with 120 mm travel
- Dual rear KYB shocks with adjustable pre-load and 120 mm travel
- Traction control
- Slip and assist clutch
- 5 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
- LED tail light
- USB socket under the seat
The bike is essentially the Street Twin with wire spoked wheels, taller and wider bars, longer travel suspension, sump guard, higher 2->2 exhaust system, adventure style pegs, black headlight bezel, knee pads and larger 19" front wheel with Metzeler Tourance tyres.
There is also an interchangeable pillion seat / Aluminium rear rack, removable pillion pegs and heated grips operated from the left bar. Restriction to 47 bhp for A2 licence compatibility is a zero cost option.
Options include adjustable Piggyback FOX shocks (£650), headlight grill, forged Aluminium handlebar brace, Vance & Hines slip on muffler (£610), twin bench seat and bar end mirrors.
Colours: Black, green (£125, our fav), red/silver (£300)
Launch RRP: £8,900
Capacity: 900 cc (average)
Power: 54 bhp, 40 kW (average)
Red Line: 7,000 rpm (average)
Top Speed: 110 mph, 177 km/h (high)
Fuel Consumption / Gas Mileage: 60 mpg, 4.7 l/100km, 21.2 km/l (good)
Range: 160 miles, 257 km (high)
Fuel Capacity: 12.0 litres, 3.2 US gallons (average)
Seat Height: 792 mm, 31.2 inches (low)
Dry Weight: 213 kg, 470 pounds
Road Tax (VED): £96 / Year (very high)
Review In A Few
- Good heat shielding on the exhaust
- Looks great
- Non-lockable fuel cap
- Only 5 gears
Check out this video review from TheMissendenFlyer.
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