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2014 Triumph Scrambler — Contact Dealer for Pricing

2014 Triumph ›› Motorcycle / Scooter ›› Scrambler ››

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2014 Triumph Scrambler

In the 1960s, far from civilisation and regular roads, stripped down desert bikes based on Triumph twins and fitted with high level exhausts, dirt bike tyres and suspension were being used for hard recreational fun and competition on tough terrain.

The Scrambler takes its inspiration from these very bikes.

They were highly competitive and most famously were used by Hollywood superstar Steve McQueen for pleasure and in full competition. Including the 1964 International Six Day Trial (ISDT) in East Germany. We built the Scrambler to evoke that spirit of freedom and escape, carefree times when all you needed was a bike and somewhere to ride.

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Styling

Lean and basic, just as the originals were, the Scrambler reflects the look of 1960s Triumph twins, converted by their owners for off-road riding in deserts and open scrubland where the power of the engines could be used to the full.

With its cut down mudguards and black engine finish, the Scrambler has a classic, rebellious style that is loved by so many riders.

Engine

For the Scrambler we retuned the 865cc eight-valve engine to give you more torque at very low revs. It peaks at a strong 68Nm at 4750rpm but keeps producing useful thrust much lower than that, with 90 per cent of its torque on tap from as low as 2500rpm. The power maximum is 59PS, enough for you to get up to all kinds of fun.

Fuel Injection

It even looks as if it comes with old-style carburettors, but we’ve disguised the thoroughly modern fuel injection system, which along with the double overhead cams and contemporary internals makes this a highly fuel efficient, as well as engaging engine.

Frame

With the exhausts lifted high out of the way it's possible to see the traditional tubular steel, twin cradle frame in all its glory. Classically styled but strong enough to meet modern handling expectations. The engine is bolted in to lend its own stiffness to the frame which creates a ride that’s light, predictable and completely engaging.

Suspension

The pair of chromed shocks we put at the back look classic on the outside but are modern inside. Giving you balanced and effective damping for comfort and controlled handling. And the front forks wear traditional rubber bellows to protect against dirt, while the stubby front mudguard is just like those you would have fitted in the 1960s.

Brakes

We matched the Scrambler's performance perfectly with a single front disc, providing progressive, confident stopping power without overwhelming you.

Handling

Built to be light and agile yet reassuringly stable when the going gets bumpy. We made the Scrambler forgiving enough to be easy and natural for inexperienced riders but sharp and responsive enough to satisfy even if you’re coming to the Scrambler from larger or sportier machines.

Riding Position

The riding position has its roots in off-roading too. We gave the Scrambler high and wide black finished handlebars and footrests raised for better ground clearance. It sits you tall and upright so you are in command either riding around town or cruising along in the country and enjoying the view. It also gives you fine control of the bike when you're hustling it through corners and slipping through traffic because it’s so responsive, obedient and easy to control.

Exhaust

High level twin chromed stainless steel exhaust pipes and evocative heat shields are inspired by the 1960s Triumph TR6C Trophy Special.

Wheels

The wheels are wire-spoke with black rims and hubs and wear dual-purpose tires. The front is 19 inches in diameter to give that authentic off-road look.

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Specifications

2014 Triumph Scrambler Base
Year 2014
Manufacturer Triumph
Model Name Scrambler
Trim Name Base
Generic Type (Primary) Standard
Engine
Engine Type Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270º firing interval
Displacement 865cc
Bore 90 mm
Stroke 68 mm
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with SAI
Exhaust High level stainless steel headers with twin chromed silencers
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gears 5-speed
Oil capacity 4.5 liters (1.2 US gals)
Chassis
Frame Type Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
Instrumentation Analogue speedometer with odometer and trip information
Wheels & Tires
Front Wheel 36-spoke 19 x 2.5in
Rear Wheel 40-spoke 17 x 3.5in
Front Tire 100/90 19
Rear Tire 130/80 17
Suspension
Front Suspension KYB 41mm forks, 120mm travel
Rear Suspension KYB chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload, 106mm rear wheel travel
Brakes
Front braking system Single 310mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Rear braking system Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Dimensions
Length 2213mm (87.1in)
Width 860mm (33.8in)
Height 1202mm (47.3in)
Seat Height 825mm (32.5in)
Wheelbase 1500mm (59.0in)
Rake/trail 27.8º/105mm (4.13in)
Fuel Capacity 16 liters (4.2 US gals)
Curb Weight 230 kg (506 lbs)
Performance
Engine Power 59PS @ 6800
Engine Torque, Maximum 68NM @ 4750
Fuel Economy: Combined City/Hwy Urban - 46.0us mpg, 56mph/90kph - 60us mpg