Tag Archives: Triumph Scrambler

Tridays Triumph Scrambler

The Triumph Scrambler must be one of the hardest bikes to customize. Along with Moto Guzzi’s current V7 and the Kawasaki W800, it’s one of the few production machines that have a retro-slash-custom feel right from the start. This hasn’t deterred the Triumph Tridays team though. The Rumbler accentuates the Scrambler’s classic good looks, and

Kawasaki W800 by LSL

This Kawasaki W800 custom is the most “British” looking build I’ve seen for a while. So it’s ironic that it was built by a German company. It’s called the “Lindy Bob” and it comes from LSL Motorradtechnik of Krefeld. In stock form, the W800 is a tribute to 1960s British iron but LSL has repositioned

Triumph Scrambler by JvB-moto

If you were taken with the Triumph Tridays “Rumbler”—and it was one of the most popular bikes we’ve shown so far this year—then this is the bike for you. Cologne-based JvB-moto has remodeled the Rumbler for small-scale production, priced it at 15,000 euros (around $18,500) and called it “Dirty Deeds”. And they’ve done good. “Rumbler

Good Times: Customizing The Triumph Scrambler

I’ve always thought that the stock Triumph Scrambler has lots of potential for an edgier vibe. And Jim Good of Ohio was obviously thinking along the same lines when he set to work on his 2008 model bike. He’s given the 865cc engine a power boost with a Wiseco 904 kit and K&N filters, and

MI3: Triumph Scrambler

It’s easy to spend a small fortune recreating the classic motorcycle ‘look’. But some relatively new bikes will give you a head start, and the Triumph Scrambler is one of them. The machine above was lightly modified for Mission Impossible 3, with retro knobbly tires, an understated paint scheme, and a new exhaust system with

Honda CL350

I don’t know the provenance of this lovely café racer racer conversion, spotted on Rocket Garage. It’s a CL350, which was introduced in ’68 and is a sister bike to the CB350. Despite selling big numbers into the first half of the 70s, the CL350 has become a footnote in the annals of Honda history: