2011 Triumph Scrambler | Quick Look
2011 Triumph Motorcycle
Youngsters will have no idea that off-road racing grids used to be filled with British twins sporting upswept pipes and wide bars.
Those days are gone-even though we did threaten to enter the modern Scrambler in a desert race over Triumph’s objections-but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the styling exercise on the street.
Triumph gave the Scrambler a 270-degree firing order to make it more tractable and give it a unique sound on the street.
Ride it out to the starting line at a desert race and guys in gray beards will nod knowingly.
2011 Triumph Scrambler Quick Stats
- ENGINE TYPE: DOHC inline-twin
- BORE x STROKE: 90mm x 68mm
- COMP. RATIO: 9.2:1
- TRANSMISSION: 5-speed
- WHEELBASE: 59 inches
- RAKE: 27.8 degrees
- WET WEIGHT: 506 pounds
- PRICE: $8,799
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