Triumph and Barbour team up to create the ultimate custom Scrambler
Two iconic British brands have come together to create one of the most show stopping bikes seen this year. The custom Scrambler is set to be unveiled at the end of may but Lifestyle magazine managed to get a sneak preview.
Triumph was first established in 1902 has produced iconic bikes which perfectly blend design, character and performance. The custom Scrambler is a chip of the old block. Legendary British fashion house Barbour leave their mark on the Scrambler with imaginative use of authentic Barbour wax cotton on the seat and saddle bag.
This one-off creation oozes understated style, with realigned front forks, stylish sawn-off ‘Enduro’ exhaust and polished chrome decal on the tank. Retro fitted high performance shocks finish the look. Other notable enhancements to the bike include mini LED indicators front and rear; Spirit carbon mudguards; motocross-style handlebars; Bates-style headlight and LED brakelight; Oury grips and a shortened rear frame. Paintwork was designed by Spirit of the 70s and created by D-Lucks of Brighton.
The bike will be unveiled at the Triumph-sponsored BSMC III event, The video of last years event can be viewed bellow.
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