. And nobody, for my money, is doing a better job of satisfying that craving than Triumph.The look of the Scrambler is spot-on. Its spoked wheels, fork gaiters, two-tone tank, rear pegs bolted onto the swing-arm and twin exhausts send you back to a time when
Engine capacity: 1187cc Power: 115bhp Torque: 75.3lb ft Weight: 198kg Seat height: 840mm Fuel capacity: 21L MoMo: I was looking for something else, but the Scrambler seduced me in no time at all Strengths: The look is really very cool
Pros: Cons: Production date: 2009 Engine capacity: 398cc Power: 42bhp Weight: 124kg Seat height: 930mm Fuel capacity: 12L Derick Martin: Looks like a pair of dirty underpants. Strengths: Scrap value when taken to pikies . Weaknesses: Scrap value when taken to pikies . Overall: C...
and competition applications such as speedway bikes and trials/scramblers Tony Wilson: Ver good product that does what it should. Strengths: Keeps chain lubbed for many, many miles. Very sticky and very little throw off even when riden straight away. Weaknesses
: Congratulations to CCM. They have managed to build a bike which is the ugly sister to the ugly SR-40 street scrambler. This looks a real shed. I can see this selling in huge numbers........not.
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