Official Jurassic World Triumph Scrambler

Jul 30, 2015

Category: Rides

There’s no denying the visual appeal that Chris Pratt’s motorcycle in Jurassic World brought to the movie, but then again, it’s hard to not look cool when you’re chasing down the Indominus Rex alongside Velociraptors. But the three motorcycles used in the film were Scramblers by Triumph, who actually let Pratt keep one of them after the filming was done.

One of the other bikes was shipped to Triumph’s headquarters for a permanent display, leaving a third, which is now being auctioned off on eBay for charity. This will be the only opportunity to own a piece of cinematic history. The Jurassic World Scramblers were modified with a single seat, a gear rack, an Arrow Racing high-level exhaust, custom footpegs, tracker handlebars and is uniquely finished in matte green for a militaristic feel. The bike being auctioned still has the mud on it (as well as a few minor scratches) from filming. The Jurassic World Scrambler will also come with a certificate of authenticity. [Purchase]

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