Triumph expands its Street line to three models in 2017 with the introduction of its new Street Scrambler, revealed during this year’s EICMA show in Milan.
The Street Scrambler joins the Street Twin and Street Cup, and will share the same high-torque 900cc Bonneville engine as the Twin and Cup models. The liquid-cooled, 270-degree crank, fuel-injected engine was released last year and is the result of four years of development. Its debut marked a new chapter in the Bonneville story and Triumph has been busy outfitting all its 2017 Modern Classics motorcycles with the new mills (there’s also a 1200cc version).
In addition to the new engine, the Street Scrambler comes with ride-by-wire, switchable ABS and traction control, a torque-assist clutch and USB charging port.
The “unique features and detailing” of the Scrambler include longer rear shocks, a 19-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear, Metzeler Tourance tires, and high-mount brushed stainless steel exhaust. It also comes with an Alcantara-style twin seat and a pillion pad that can be removed and replaced with an aluminum rear rack. The pillion footpegs can be removed as well. There’s an aluminum skid plate and wider handlebars, “Bear Trap” rider pegs for optimal grip and dual compound rubber knee pads on the tank.
Triumph also calls out a new “high value” dual piston Nissin caliper.
At this point there’s no detailed spec sheet provided for the Street Scrambler. There’s also no pricing or availability indicated at this time.