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Scrambler - (06-Current)

Scrambler - (06-Current)


The Triumph Scrambler is a British motorcycle made by Triumph Motorcycles. Launched in 2006, it was the last Triumph styled by designer John Mockett, who had begun working with the small factory team at Triumph in 1989, rationalising existing models based on a very successful modular design plan, including the concept and styling of the unfaired Trident triples for their 1990 IFMA launch. Mockett subsequently served as principal stylist for most of the bikes introduced up to 2006.

These included the Tiger, the Thunderbird and Thunderbird Sport, the Trophy (with its innovative luggage system), the Sprint, the T595/955 Daytona (including the frame), and he was responsible for the concept and styling of the Speed Triple and Rocket Three, as well as for the aborted four-cylinder 1,300 cc ultrasport. Then, with David Stride, Mockett drew up the new Bonnneville, the Bonneville America, the Thruxton and finally the Scrambler.

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