KTM 950 Scrambler By Sport Evolution

Apr 10, 2019

Category: Rides

We all know that KTM makes some of the burliest bikes in the industry, but they’re all rather tame when compared to the brand’s 950 Scrambler — a quick, nimble moto that can navigate a variety of different terrain with ease and blaze a trail far ahead of its competition.

While the bike’s raw power would dissuade most custom cycle builders from ever conceptualizing an aftermarket build, the team at Sport Evolution saw the promise in the Austrian platform. After cutting off the rear portion of the bike’s frame, the tank, air filter box, and exhaust were removed from the bike for additional simplification. A new bolt-on subframe was added alongside a requisitioned fairing from a BMW R nineT Urban G/S — giving the moto a rambunctious stance to accompany its fiery persona. Motogadget instruments work in tandem with the 950’s reevaluated wiring harness, suspended battery, and aluminum wheels to ensure an accurate representation of the bike’s 98 horsepower, LC8 series engine.

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