2012 Triumph Scrambler Amazonia by Ton-Up Garage

Jul 8, 2013

Category: Rides

We feature plenty of custom bikes built for the streets, but it’s not too often we come across custom 2 wheelers that are versatile enough to perform on both the asphalt, and the dirt roads. That’s exactly what we have here with this custom built 2012 Triumph Scrambler.

Built by the Portugal based team at Ton-Up Garage, the bike has been aptly titled the Amazonia. The owner loves to go off roading, so the customizers at Ton-Up did their best to make this thing feel as rugged as possible. Updates include a custom fabricated leather seat, shortened rear mudguard, lifted front mudguard, Lucas style tailight,Ohlins shock absorbers, and Motogadget Tiny speedo.  The military green paint job was the perfect color choice for this bike. Check out some more of the photos below.

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