2010 Triumph Scrambler motorcycle review @ Top Speed

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Triumph Scrambler


year: 2010 Triumph Model: Scrambler $8,799 Engine: Air-cooled, parallel-twin, 270° firing Transmission: 5-speed Horsepower @ 58bhp @ 6,800 rpm Torque @ 50ft.lbs @ 4,750 rpm Energy: sequential electronic fuel Displacement: 865 L Top Speed: 115 mph


Posted on 03.2.2010 12:00 by Biker

The Triumph Scrambler is an reminder of how off-road bikes to be built in the past and as a 2010 year is even better the fuel injection and a new color that reflects more of the abilities from the very look taken at it.


fuel injected parallel engine

Like all of Triumph’s Classics, the Scrambler had to comply Euro 3 regulations so the most upgrade is the fuel injection that not only does but is designed to still look a carburetor composed feeding just to retain that ‘60s look while allowed to role down the today. Also, the engine is the air-cooled, 865cc, DOHC, twin only that a 270 degree firing interval is not the regular characteristic for the engine was originally donated by the Bonneville. The noise differs due to that so apart from the unique the Scrambler stands out with a vrooom as well.

Independently of shapes and sizes, all consecrated models come tubular steel cradle and twin-sided, tubular steel and the Scrambler wasn’t going to be the Indeed, this brings a contribution to the 506 lbs wet weight, but it’s that can’t be solved a decent overall length inches) and a low center of gravity despite the allowing ground The cumulative effects of these plus the 27.8 degree and 105mm trail ensure handling abilities both on and off the which is exactly what the is built for.

And if you’re by now if the suspensions meet modern we must say that the 41mm feature 120mm of travel and the shocks with chromed stand for 106mm of travel and let you draw the conclusion from but not before mentioning that the is working with 19-inch and 17-inch rear wheels, being standard spoked. The are provided by Nissin and feature two piston caliper both (310mm disc) and rear disc).

Although the new Scrambler got the only it could possibly get without cutting in the bike’s ‘personality’, figures don’t change as you may expect. So peak power and figures are: 58bhp at rpm and 50ft.lbs at 4,750 rpm.


Classic off road are rare bread nowadays so pointless trying to find an competitor for the Scrambler, one that correspond both in what style and performance. But, if it is to a bike that is supposed to do the things without the epic the Moto Morini Scrambler is the


So it is by now clear what the Triumph Scrambler from the a one-off combination of timeless and versatility standing as the best that the British actually it from a street only most likely the Bonneville. At a glance, it sure looks being destined for the road, but the tires and spoked wheels, the mounted exhaust, smaller and sporty forks all contribute to the idea that there’s more to this bike it initially seemed like.

The sporty parallel-twin cylinder is matte black painted, like the transmission, swingarm and are in an attempt to provide a modern while the wheels, gas tank the implicit Triumph emblem), seat and chromed exhaust and mirrors are a reminder of how things to be done back in the days. is how both the “modern” and “classic” are being sustained by perceptible and unveil part of the unique behind the Scrambler.

But while design has been around for the only details that set late model years from previous ones is the Khaki Green and Jet Black We notice that Triumph has the two-tone color schemes the Bonneville and gave the Scrambler nice army bike That’s a great thing to on such a bike.


Compared to Thruxton the Scrambler is docile and laid back. not as much horsepower on tap and the riding is much more relaxed. The height is low, slightly too low for me the seat is so soft. My legs have felt much comfortable if I could just sit higher on the super soft raptors and rockets

With its narrow and chuck-able it’s actually a really way to ride to have to make the work a bit before you hit the speed Then working to keep it song’ is great, grinning-like-an-… fun at advrider

On the Scrambler, all you need to do is shift as soon as possible up to for smooth and pleasant acceleration. You feel like you need to go in a rush. Life’s like a of chocolate. motorcycledaily

The Scrambler may boast a top speed of 110mph still 40mph above the limit, you’ll note but its sprightly acceleration makes for a that hustles swiftly without too much ado. It is a litre-bike after all.

None of this matters in the Scrambler’s natural habitat: streets, especially traffic-clogged where you can use its easy clutch responsive throttle and light, steering to plot an ideal through rush-hour traffic, along by a tall and comfortable motorcyclistonline


Starting at $ the 2010 Triumph Scrambler is a bang for the buck and the reasons be simpler: all around riding complete comfort, classic and a distinguishable sound that touches a passionate rider’s And if you don’t happen to fit in that don’t worry because soon do so.


If it is to look at the big here, the Scrambler is just a of the puzzle, a very important one has gathered a big crowd of fans major benefits to the British manufacturer and that’s how it ends up in year’s lineup, but that’s how things are with all Modern models. What sets the apart is its unique combination and the of having its roots buried into Triumph’s past. just happy that a of that past is on the way to us.


Engine and Transmission

Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270 interval

Capacity: 865cc

90 x 68mm

Compression Ratio:

Fuel System: Multipoint electronic fuel injection SAI

Final Drive: X ring

Clutch: Wet, multi-plate


Performance (measured at to 95/1/EC)

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