The Scrambler isn’t just one of Triumph’s most iconic bikes – it’s one of the most iconic bikes you’ll find on the road. Or, indeed, off it.
The Scrambler is as capable on tarmac as it is on desert sand. The styling takes its cues from the 1960s, yet this is a thoroughly modern reinterpretation.
The ‘1200’ in the name comes from the 1200cc Bonneville twin engine, which delivers 90 PS.
What’s even more impressive is the torque – 110 Nm in a bike that weighs about as much as a toothpick.
All of this is complemented by its signature soundtrack from those Scrambler twin exhausts.
Pictured is the XE version – our favourite, and the top of the Scrambler tree.