What are Scrambler motorcycles good for?
Scrambler motorcycles are incredibly versatile because you can use them both as an on-road or off-road. Commonly known as dirt bikes, scrambler motorcycles feature unique specifications geared towards off-road events and sports. To clarify, off-road refers to any road that isn’t paved or isn’t conventional.
Which Triumph Scrambler is the best?
Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC
The Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC won our Best Standard motorcycle award for 2020 and was the only scrambler on our Ten Best list that year. Triumph’s Bonneville models have been consistently among the best-looking standards on the road, but the all-road versatility of the 1200 XC sets it apart from the rest.
How tall is Triumph Scrambler?
|Make Model||Triumph Scrambler|
|Dimensions||Length 2213mm / 87.1in Width (handlebars) 860mm / 33.8in Height without mirrors 1202mm / 47.3in|
|Wheelbase||1500mm / 59.0in|
|Seat Height||825 mm / 32.5in|
|Dry Weight||230 kg / 506 lbs|
How many cc is a Triumph Scrambler?
|Engine||865 cc DOHC four-stroke twin|
|Transmission||5-speed chain drive|
|Wheelbase||59.0 in (1,499 mm)|
What type of bike is a Triumph Scrambler?
Triumph describes the Scrambler 1200 XC as a “dual-purpose” motorcycle—the name given to dual-sport bikes from the 1960s to the 1980s. However, we think the Scrambler name is more accurate due to its street leanings, and there’s certainly nothing wrong with that.
What does scrambler motorcycle mean?
That time, dirt bikes were not in mass production and you need to make your road bike compatible to tackle all-terrain challenges during the race. By the mid 60’s the machines became closer to the dirt bikes we see in production today and they were called ‘Scramblers’.