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. The original owner of this Scrambler notes that he’s “spent more time and energy modifying this bike than riding it,” so it’s time for someone else to enjoy it.
The seller was apparently not kidding, as this bike has 4,791 and an impressive list of mods. Highlights include a Zard exhaust, Renthal bars, Triumph skid plate, Continental TKC80 tires, and a significant percentage of the British Customs catalog: Slammer seat, airbox removal kit with K&N filters, air injection removal kit, fender eliminator, front sprocket cover, chain guard, low profile seat screws, and more.
All OEM parts are included, as well as a motorcycle lift and a Triumph jacket. Find this Scrambler for sale in Minneapolis, Minnesota for $6,500 here on Craigslist.
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