Triumph Scrambler Bike Overview
It’s a comfortable bike to ride, and the engine although only up by 2bhp at 63bhp, has a great midrange. You’ll find the peak torque around 6ftlb, which is good for rideability, and cruising on this bike feels refined.
The bike itself is also reliable and feels like a proven, well-built model. The Triumph name speaks for itself. You shouldn’t have any problems with the longevity of this bike. Spares, if you need them, are easy to get and fit.
There are a lot of nice touches to this bike. If you’re after a second hand model, used values hold up well and are always in demand. You will find many of them well looked after, which is reassuring.
Triumph Scrambler Bike Spec
- Top speed105mph
- Seat height825mm
- EngineAir cooled, four stroke, parallel twin
Triumph Scrambler Bike Insurance
Great riding position, seat is a little firm but my arse soon got used too it. Pillion seat is the same height as the rider seat so they maybe don't get the best view. No fairing so can be breezy
Built beautifully, fit and finish is superb. Matt paint is a bit of a pain but looks great. No issues with the bike at all
Brembo brakes are top class. Lean sensitive and keeps everything in line. Superb
Top class suspension so rides superb , bike is designed to go both off and on road do standard setting is middle ground and can be tinkered with to suit either more. It's a real bike and is quite heavy but doesn't feel it.
The bike has about 90bhp but loads of torque. I've had loads of faster bikes but this one is more than fast enough for the road and you also enjoy riding at road legal speeds
Great on fuel, tyres are good, and insurance costs and servicing are very reasonable
I rode it to Biarritz and back and it was great.
Tank scratches easily.
If more power would be good, more stopping power would be excellent.
Smooth, a little soft on occasion.
A little more power wouldn't go amiss.
Cheap as chips.
should come with a centre stand as standard as I had to pay £200 extra for a factory one