Scramblers have been gaining a lot of popularity lately and for good reason. With their ability to navigate effortlessly, from the freeway to the dirt, the multi-function scrambler, offers riders the best of both worlds. Riders have been modifying Triumphs into scramblers since the late 50's with famed bike builder, Von Dutch, building one for Steve McQueen to race in the early 70's called the 'Desert sled”. Jason's Triumph hearkens back to those classic racers while maintaining the rideability of a modern motorcycle.

A set of drag bars were installed, giving the rider a bit more aggressive riding position without making it uncomfortable for longer rides. Jason opted for smaller mirrors to help lower the overall profile of the bike. 

Going with a black on black motif, Jason had us powder coat the wheels and have the factory exhaust ceramic coated satin black. You can see the black aftermarket headlight bucket and turn signals being installed below. 

Build sheet:

  • New rear disc

  • Front and rear wheel bearings

  • British Customs 'Slammer' seat

  • British Customs fender eliminator kit

  • LSL black drag Bars

  • LSL black headlight bucket

  • Billet black mirrors

  • Continental Twinduro tires

  • Biltwell Torker grips

  • Powder coated wheels satin black

  • Ceramic coated exhaust satin black

  • Aftermarket mini front fender