Scrambler 900 (2006-2017)
The British were the first to import the term Scrambler from the United States and to build models adopting this naming convention. Scrambler derives from "mixing" and these are models that are born on a road base but that are equipped to be ridden even on dusty gravel roads. The double high tailpipe, the spoked wheels, the wide and raised handlebar, the classic round headlight and the straight seat are some of the characteristics that clearly identify this Triumph model. This version is equipped with an 865cc twin-cylinder engine that develops 59hp, more than enough for a fun and potentially unlimited riding, in full Scrambler spirit. The spoked wheels, an essential feature, are 19" at the front and 17" at the rear while the braking system is based on double disks at the front and a single one at the rear.