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Triumph debuts the Scrambler 1200

The British bike builder takes on Ducati.
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Triumph Scrambler 1200

Triumph's Scrambler lineup is getting a boost in power with the debut of the 1200 series. Available in two models, the bikes are powered by a 1200cc Bonneville twin that produces 89 hp and 81 lb-ft of torque. Built to be dual purpose motorcycles, the new Scramblers are ready for the road and off-road use. As for features, the bikes will include a twin high-level exhaust system, twin spring Öhlins rear suspension systems, a 'shot blasted' and anodized long travel aluminum swingarm, Show cartridge forks, Brembo brakes, all LED lighting, wire spoked wheels with aluminum rims, a new frame, and tubeless tires. 

Final pricing will be announced this December.

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