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Back when the Bonnie was air-cooled, Triumph’s Scrambler 900 was arguably the coolest retro of the lot. It looked great, it could shift on the road and at the time it was the only model with a 270-degree crank, so it sounded the best too.
When Triumph relaunched the Bonnie with the 1200cc water-cooled engine, the Scrambler became the Street Scrambler and took the less powerful engine from the T100 line. Now spy shots show Triumph are working on a new model with heaps more power, loads of suspension travel and proper off-road capability.
Thank you @MotorcycleNews for these exclusive shots…