Don’t let the retro 1960s style of the 2012 Triumph Scrambler fool you. It can compete with anyone in its class. It might look like it is a great road bike but its off-road capabilities will surprise you. Triumph introduced the Scrambler in 2006 and added a fuel-injection system in 2009. Since then, there has been no holding this fierce competitor back. Although the basic style of the Scrambler hasn’t had any recent major changes in look and style it has had upgrades in performance and quality. These upgrades in performance help to deliver one sleek and smooth ride.
The 865cc, four-stroke, parallel twin dual overhead camshaft (DOHC), fuel-injected engine is just what you need to handle the dirt road or the asphalt. Triumph upgraded the fuel-injection system for the 2012 model increasing the performance output. This classic looking motorcycle is a manual five-speed with a hand-clutch. The telescopic fork with adjustable pre-load paired with the dual adjustable rebound damping and spring pre-load on the twin sided swing arm gives this ride the cushion it needs to take you off on those dirt roads. This powerful motorcycle manages give higher ground clearance for farther off road travels but the illusion that this is a low ride. This gives the rider increased balance and a smoother drive. The exhaust on this trail blazer is fitted with twin steel silencers to quiet your rumble through great outdoors.
The 2012 Triumph Scrambler Base model is the perfect marriage a retro 60s road motorcycle and a great off-road adventurer. This machine will be able to feed whatever type of adventure your soul desires and deliver it in style and performance. From the off road exploring trips to the daily commute to run errands, the 2012 Triumph is sure to delight just about any rider.