The Triumph Scrambler is not going to set any land speed records, but it’s not supposed to. And when one gets modified like this one has, masterfully by Erne’s Euromotos, you wanna give people a long time to look anyway.
The Zürich, Switzerland, custom shop took a 2014 Triumph Scrambler and turned it into Le Chasseur (‘The Hunter’), by jacking the engine’s power up to 95 horsepower thanks to bigger valves, a higher compression ratio, a new free-flowing filter, a Zard exhaust system, and a remapping of the fuel injection system. The suspension and brakes were next in line, with a Brembo P4 braking setup inserted at the front, as well as a Galfer disc designed for the Thruxton. Cosmetic changes include a JVB headlight, side panels and rear fender, satin olive green paint job for the tank and fender, and a slimmed down seat with custom upholstery. [Photography]