the 76th edition of the
International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition (EICMA) in Milan, Italy
from November 6 to November 11, 2018, Triumph Motorcycles of the UK, introduced
the Scrambler 1200.
new bike has a classic design indeed but it features however outstanding modern
features as for what concerns mechanics, electronic devices and connectivity.
The Scrambler 1200 is available in two new models, both being equipped with 21”
wheel along with 1200 cc twin-cylinder engine delivering 90 hp at 7,400 rpm.
The XC version, built with an all-road focus features 200 mm wheel travel as
well as 840 mm seat height. The more extreme off-road oriented XE version
instead delivers 250 mm wheel travel combined with Öhlins fully adjustable
piggy-back and 870 mm seat height. Both new Scramblers feature ride-by-wire,
traction control and ABS. Exclusive to the Scrambler XE is the Cornering ABS
together with an advanced Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). The innovative 2nd
generation full-colour TFT instrumentation has conectivity functions and can
now be connected to the Go-Pro.
The new 2019 Street
Scrambler has introduced significant updates with power and performance
being top of the list. Triumph technicians greatly upgraded its engine, which
now delivers 10PS more peak power, taking the total to 65PS at 7.500 rpm. Electronic
devices have also been revisited by adding new Road and Rain riding modes
(available as standard), which adjust the throttle map and traction control
settings. ABS, for enhanced rider confidence, safety and control and a wider
range of accessories (over 140 new stylish) are also included.
The Street Twin which
has become the single biggest selling modern classic got a few updates. The
900cc high torque Bonneville engine benefits of an upgrade, now delivering 10hp
more peak power, taking the total up to 65hp at 7.500 rpm. This new model comes
also with "Road" and "Rain" riding modes, which adjust the
throttle map and traction control settings for the optimum riding experience. The
2019 Triumph Street Twin is available in three colour options - Korosi Red, Jet
Black, Matt Ironstone - along with over 140 new stylish accessories.
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