Offered is a 2016 Triumph Scrambler with only 70 miles on the odometer. This Scrambler has been fitted with factory engine case guard, short windscreen and bar end mirrors. The factory mirrors are wrapped and can be reinstalled if desired. Likewise, the factory bar ends. Included is the Cortech tank bag pictured.
I am offering this bike with all options for significantly less than a brand new one.

Instrumentation: Analog Speedometer With Odometer And Trip Information

Operational

Frame: Tubular Steel Cradle Swingarm: Twin-sided, Tubular Steel
Suspension: Front: Kayaba 41 Mm Forks; 4.7 In. (120 Mm) Travel Rear: Kayaba Chromed Spring Twin Shocks With Adjustable Preload; 4.2 In. (106 Mm) Travel
Rake: 27.8°
Trail: 4.1 In. (105 Mm)

Engine

Engine: DOHC, Parallel-twin, 270° Firing Interval
Horsepower: 59 Bhp (44 K W) @ 6,800 Rpm
Displacement: 865 Cc
Bore x Stroke: 90 X 68 Mm
Torque: 50 Ft. Lbs. (68 Nm) @ 4,750 Rpm
Fuel System: Multi-point Sequential Electronic Fuel Injection With SAI
Fuel Tank Capacity: 4.2 Gal. (16 L)
MPG Rating: Urban: 46 Mpg (5.1 L/100 Km) Constant Speed 56 Mph (90 Km/h): 60 Mpg (3.9 L/100 Km)
Clutch: Wet, Multi-plate
Cooling: Air
Exhaust: High Level Stainless Steel Headers With Twin Chromed Silencers

Drivetrain

Transmission: 5-speed
Final Drive: X-ring Chain

Brakes Wheels Tires

Brakes: Front: Single 310 Mm Disc, Nissin 2-piston Floating Caliper Rear: Single 255 Mm Disc, Nissin 2-piston Floating Caliper
Wheels: Front: 19 X 2.5 In. 36-spoke Rear: 17 X 3.5 In. 40-spoke
Tires: Front: 100/90-19 Rear: 130/80-17

Manufacturer Description
In the 1960s, far from civilization and regular roads, stripped down desert bikes based on Triumph twins and fitted with high level exhausts, dirt bike tires and suspension were being used for hard recreational fun and competition on tough terrain. The Scrambler takes its inspiration from these very bikes.

Columbus, Ohio, United States