2006 TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER CUSTOM
Low-mile two-owner bike built by Mule Motorcycles
This one-off Triumph Scrambler special started life as a low-mileage Bonneville Thruxton with stock motor. In 2014, award-winning builder Richard Pollock began the Mule Motorcycles conversion by replacing the stock oil radiator with a cleaner Streetmaster system that utilizes the frame’s detachable front downtubes as oil-cooling reservoirs. Low-profile JVB seat & fenders impart an aggressive, pared-down look. Up front, A&A triple-clamps hold massive 52mm fork tubes taken from a second-generation Yamaha V-Max, their internals reworked by Racetech. A single Beringer caliper bolted to the left fork slider handles front braking chores, putting the bite on a Yamaha R6 rotor with custom Mule carrier. Adjustable Racetech shocks capably handle rear suspension action.
Lightweight Mule hubs are fitted front & rear, spoked to black-anodized Sun alloy rims. Headlight is repurposed Harley Sportster, hung from a Mule custom alloy mount. A multi-function Acewell electronic gauge is mounted in front of polished Fat handlebars fitted with Triumph Scrambler switches & controls. Total mileage is 3150 mi., the current owner having added just 750 mi. to that total. Engine internals remain stock, though the carbs have been rejetted to work with the K&N air filters & free-flowing Mule stainless-steel high-rise exhaust pipes. The gas tank was treated to a modern, matte-finish take on the traditional Triumph scallop scheme, sprayed by San Diego’s SBK Paint. Gas cap is alloy from Joker Machine.
Location: Aliso Viejo, California, United States
Price: $15,000 <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on March 15, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.