Launched in 2006, the Triumph Scrambler 900 was the last bike designed by John Mockett, responsible for most of Triumph’s bikes starting all the way back in 1989. Mockett liked modular design plans, which is why the Scrambler is basically a Bonneville with a few off-road tweaks. Here’s a Triumph Scrambler that’s had a lot of further work done to it, in an effort to make it look more like a 60s ISDT bike.
This Scrambler (VIN: SMT925RN76J265130) has a long upgrade list, but the highlights include Hagon shocks and fork springs, 1972 Six-Day chromoly handlebars, British Customs intake manifold and headers, Norman Hyde Toga Classic exhaust, and plenty more. There’s plenty of given information, and the photos are a joy to look at – this is my favorite kind of listing. But act quickly, it ends soon!
Find this Triumph Scrambler Custom for sale in Bonsall, California with bidding up to $7,600