The Triumph Scrambler has a smooth, air-cooled engine that delivers 58 hp at 6800 rpm and 50 lb-ft of torque at 4750 rpm, and it has a nice, flat torque curve from about 2500 rpm. When riding in the city, it has a neat thrust at about 2000 rpm. The clutch lever basically operates on a light-action, easily modulated clutch coupled with a five-speed transmission. The parallel twin cylinder engine offers a cubic capacity of about 865cc for a good mid-range torque. It has a good fuel injection system that is designed for smooth, clean riding and conforms to all required standards. Some of the Scrambler’s tough features include the strong tubular cradle frame, supple front and rear suspensions of 41 mm telescopic forks, and wide handlebars for good control and low-speed maneuvers. The rake is at about 27.8, with 105mm of trail and a wheelbase of 1500mm. Both the brakes have twin piston calipers to aid the stopping power.