Triumph Scrambler ‘Pamela’ By Death Collective

Oct 17, 2017

Category: Rides

Custom motorcycles built by seasoned shops are a dime a dozen nowadays. But it is exceedingly rare to see a killer 2-wheeler put together by someone without any pedigree. But that’s exactly what there is to be found in this novice-built 2015 Triumph Scrambler named ‘Pamela’ from Death Collective.

With some assistance from British Customs – specifically the ‘how-to’ videos and guides on their blog – this gorgeous blacked-out bike was built by Max Duff, founder of Death Collective. Incredibly, Max put this whole bike together in his home garage with basic tools, thanks to a rebuild-friendly “plug-and-play” parts scheme that included an easy swap of the seat, taillight, body panels, handlebars, and more. The result is a super fun purpose-driven bike that looks and functions as good on tarmac as it does in dirt, around a track, or even on the beach. Had we known it would be this easy to build a bike that looks this good, we probably would have already endeavored to build our own.

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