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- London, UK
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- 5 days
Tell us about your bike
Well, what can I say about this bike - it really needs no introduction, but the amount of love (and custom components) which have gone into this build is really phenomenal.
It's an absolute joy to ride and the sound from the Arrow exhaust is just incredible. It's no exaggeration when I say this bike gets more compliments and attention than anything I've ever owned. People will stop, stare, photograph, and film it.
This build takes a lot of cues from the JVB Moto "Rumbler" Triumph, which is my favourite version of the Triumph Scrambler. Put a pair of gold Ohlins on this and paint the tank and it will be as close to the original as can be.
This has a ton of high-end custom components, mainly from LSL and MotoGadget. Here's a run down of mods:
Motogadget tiny speedo
Motogadget tiny bracket
Motogadget blaze pin indicators (rear)
Motogadget bar end indicators (front)
Motogadget RFID keyless ignition system
Motogadget push button controls
Biltwell rubber grips
LSL headlight aluminium brackets
LSL aluminium sprocket cover
LSL aluminium rear chain guard
LSL fat bar aluminium handlebars
LSL aluminium handlebar risers
D.I.D. X-ring chain
Motone custom aluminium petrol cap
Aluminium passenger footpeg blanks
Black aluminium rear sprocket
JVB moto rear fender + light
JVB moto custom seat
Custom short front fender with frame shortened
Continental off-road tyres
Rizoma oil reservoir (front + rear)
Custom matt paint + modified side panels
As you can see, only the finest components have gone into the production of this unique and very special Scrambler.
It's a 2015 bike, even though it has a 2014 plate (this has been verified with Triumph). It's not done a lot of miles, but please bear in mind it is not in showroom condition - this bike has been ridden through all weather and mainly used for commuting! Whilst it's never been taken off-road, it's certainly got some wear and tear so if you're looking for one that's been kept in a heated garage and never seen a drop of rain this one isn't for you. The paint is purposefully aged and distressed in places which gives the bike a more vintage/rugged look which is intended. The build has been a combination of professional craftsman doing some of the more tricky bits (like modifying the frame and working on the electrics), and myself performing the more straight forward upgrades.
No time-wasters or test pilots please, only serious buyers.