To no one’s surprise, Triumph has developed a Scrambler version of its enviable Bonneville platform, unveiled today at EICMA in Italy. It uses the 900cc parallel-Twin motor as previously seen in the Street Twin, Street Cup and Bonneville T100, not the 1200cc motor from the Thruxton and T120.

2017 Triumph Street Scrambler Revealed

We already gave you the rundown of the Street Scrambler in text form, seen in the above link, and now it’s time to see the new bike in moving pictures via our team on the ground in Milan. Evans Brasfield talks us through the details, while Brett Colpitts helms the camera and editing console. Take a look at the video below.

  • JWaller

    Well, there it is. I was wondering if it would have the new 1200cc engine. The 900cc engine is probably best for this application. It looks good, but I don’t see a reason to upgrade from my 2006 air cooled Scrambler…. at least until I ride the wheels off.

  • JMDonald

    Offering different versions of individual platforms translates Into greater choice. The Bonneville platform is perfect for this strategy. Every rider is different. The best manufacturers are able to offer a version that covers almost any application price point or individual preference. When it comes to choice I don’t remember things ever being as good as it is now.

  • Moto Ray

    Glad to hear it has more suspension travel than the base 900s. My old 2006 Scrambler fit much better than the base Bonnies and I imagine this would be the case with the new Scrambler as the Street Twin feels and looks tiny to me.