Triumph TFC2 Scrambler Custom

Nov 11, 2014

Category: Rides

Another day, another motorcycle, as Triumph has unveiled a custom TFC2 Scrambler which was created as a study into what the Scrambler could become in the coming years. But it’s not just a paint job, as the engineers of the project have reworked every single element of the original Scrambler.

The new main frame is an entirely custom made creation built from aluminum alloy, with a titanium alloyed subframe. This creates a weight saving of 50 kilograms, and paired with other changes, the bike is just 180kgs (down from its original 230kgs). But most importantly, the Scrambler remains stylish and cool, while adding some new bits of flair to the original Scrambler, including visible springs in the rear. The bike likely won’t be put into mass production anytime soon, as it was just an experiment to see what the future could hold. But if the future looks anything like this, then we’re all in for a bright future in the motorcycle world.

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