Triumph Tridays is a huge motorcycle event taking place every year in Neukirchen, Austria. The all-grass 400-meter scramble means you’ve got to have traction, stability and robust but manageable power. This year, you’ll see the Triumph Tridays Rumbler have a go at it. On the technical side, Jochen Schmitz-Linkweiler (say that ten times) of LSL complemented the Rumbler’s already capable 865cc parallel-twin engine with an Öhlins suspension, beefy Pirelli studded knobbies and a Magura Supermoto 4-piston brakes to prep the scramble-ready bike.
But it’s not all purpose-driven with no looks. Jens vom Brauck of JvB-Moto added a new headlight, fenders, a classic bench seat and a rather serious looking Arrow high-flow exhaust. The gorgeous gold front fork and matte brown tank paint are a nice departure from ubiquitous silver and black. The Rumbler should prove to be a worthy (and attractive) contestant, for sure. Sadly, this one’s not for sale but if you’re up to the task of modifying a Triumph Scrambler, you can acquire all the aforementioned parts yourself. Good luck with that.
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