French custom moto outfit, FCR Original has long demonstrated one serious knack for customizing late-model Triumph donors, and rather than producing one-off builds, the Chauvigny-based shop routinely releases bespoke limited series projects that can then be made-to-order by customers, the latest of which is FCR’s “Urban Scrambler.”
Riding on top-shelf Ohlins suspension front and back, the build is based on Triumph’s already extremely-capable 2019 Scrambler 1200 XC. Custom touches to the 1.2L twin include blacked-out controls, custom hand-formed fenders front and aft, a custom leather saddle, custom headlight plates, FCR LED indicators with aluminum housing, and a bespoke high-mount dual-pipe desert racer-style exhaust set behind the stock heat-shield and number-plate, though the latter has received the a bespoke blue and silver livery that now also adorns the tank. FCR’s Urban Scrambler can also be ordered in the customer’s choice of color, and with a variety of factory add-ons from Triumph, and, best of all, the transformation doesn’t void the factory warranty. FCR is currently selling the silver and blue example in its Urban Scrambler series. For pricing on this specimen, or to have the shop build your own Urban Scrambler example, you can check out FCR’s site below.