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Triumph Street Scrambler Makes Milan Debut

British bike firm Triumph says go retro or go home with its new Street Scrambler at the 2016 EICMA show in Milan.

Nov 14, 2016 | By Staff Writer

The iconic British motorcycle brand Triumph delivered the all-new Triumph Street Scrambler November 10 at the EICMA (Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo e Motociclo) show in Milan. Triumph, a firm known for its fetching blends of retro looks and modern-day tech, teased the stylish scrambler ahead of the show but the official unveil lived up to the hype.

The new Triumph Street Scrambler keeps the classic lines of the 1060s Triumph scramblers of old but throws a water-cooled 900cc engine into the mix plus ABS and traction control for good measure. According to Triumph, the new bike will be perfect for the city and a little light off-roading.

Everything on the bike has been added or removed to ensure it really can head off the beaten track at a moment’s notice and when it goes on sale in January it will do so alongside a huge list of customization options and personalization accessories. For instance, customers will be able to specify the bike with a single or double seat, with off-road foot pegs and with an optional luggage rack for those that really want to go exploring beyond the tarmac.

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