18% more power | New brakes | Updated forks | Revised styling
Triumph’s Street Scrambler was launched in 2017, offering rugged off-road attitude and a versatile overall package, with heritage that can be traced back to the early 1960s when the first Triumph scramblers were born with the Bonneville T120 TT and TR6 ‘C’.
The 2019 Street Scrambler adds a addition performance and higher specification, thanks to a host of updates on the latest addition, as well as a strong focus on style and detail.
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler updates
Significant power increase, up 9.8hp to 64hp – 18% more peak power
Red line now 500rpm higher
New Brembo 4-piston front brake caliper
New higher-specification cartridge front forks
New Road and Rain riding modes
New more contemporary logo
New more premium instrument styling
New adventure-oriented seat finish
New ‘Urban Tracker’ inspiration kit
900cc High Torque Bonneville engine
The 900cc High Torque Bonneville engine has been upgraded to deliver 9.8hp more peak power, taking the total to 64hp, which is an impressive 18 per cent more than the previous version.
This evolution also delivers higher revs, up by 500rpm to 7500rpm, with a peak torque of 80Nm delivered low from 3200rpm, with a signature high level exhaust system and an unmistakable exhaust note.
Updates to the Street Scrambler’s High Torque 900 engine include a new magnesium cam cover, lightweight crankshaft, dead shafts and balance shafts, optimised clutch cover and new lighter clutch.
In addition to these updates, the new Street Scrambler retains a high standard of modern technology, with ride-by-wire and a single throttle body. Liquid cooling delivers low emissions and fuel efficient riding. Service intervals of 16,000km also help maintain the Street Scrambler’s low cost of ownership.
Higher specification suspension & brakes
The 2019 Street Scrambler is designed to deliver precise handling and a balanced agile feel, boasting a host of chassis and suspension updates.
The new Brembo four-piston front brake caliper provides better stopping power, with improved bite and feel for rider control. New higher spec cartridge front forks with scrambler-style rubber gaiters and 120mm travel, deliver road and light off-road capability and comfort.
The Street Scrambler also delivers a commanding rider position with comfortable ergonomics and accessible handling. These come from the scrambler wide handlebars, forward set foot pegs and a 19 inch spoked front wheel with dual purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres fitted as standard.
The 2019 Street Scrambler features new Road and Rain riding modes, which adjust the throttle map and traction control settings for the optimal riding experience in all conditions.
Switchable ABS is also featured for enhanced rider confidence and safety, as well as a torque-assist clutch for a lighter touch and feel at the lever. An LED rear light is incorporated into the tail set-up, with a distinctive rear light pattern.
An immobiliser is also fitted as standard, with transponder incorporated into the key, for maximum security, while a USB charging socket located under the seat offers charging of personal electronic devices.
Iconic scrambler design
The 2019 Triumph Scrambler features clean lines, a high-level exhaust, sculpted tank, minimal bodywork, and premium modern finishes, alongside a host of other aesthetic updates including the new number-board side panel graphics incorporating the more contemporary new logo and upgraded instruments styling with a new bezel and metallic branded embellisher and a new dial face with translucent silver detailing.
A new adventure-oriented seat finish with durable leather and textile is featured alongside wider spaced front forks which required a revised front mudguard, top yoke and headlight brackets.
Other features found on the previous version and carried through to the latest iteration include the sculpted scrambler fuel tank with locking filler cap, and rubber knee pads. Black engine covers feature Triumph’s makers mark triangle and Bonneville engine badge, with an elegant single throttle body and aluminium finisher.
On the exhaust side of things, there’s brushed exhaust headers and distinctive Bonneville engine finned head and header clamps. The twin seat set-up has an interchangeable pillion seat and aluminium rear rack, as well as removable pillion pegs and hangers for off-road durability. Steel high grip ‘Bear Trap’ adventure style front foot pegs also provide grip, and an all terrain style bash plate ensures protection in rough conditions.
The front mudguard also mounts to suit a larger wheel and dual purpose tyre clearance.
The new for 2019 Street Scrambler is available in three paint schemes – Fusion White; Cranberry Red; Khaki Green and Matt Aluminium, with jet black coach-line
The base for countless custom builds, the Street Scrambler has over 120 genuine accessories available from Triumph, ensuring the Streett Scrambler can bring even more off-road focus, style, or everyday usability, and there are now even luggage options, too.
The off-road accessories include adjustable piggy back FOX rear shocks with threaded preload adjustment and 24 position compression damping, high level front mudguard, black nylon headlight grill with a pressed steel matt black bezel, and a forged and machined aluminium handlebar brace in a black anodised finish (fitted with a stylish black or brown vinyl bar pad embroidered with the Triumph logo).
The accessories range also includes slip on Vance & Hines single exit silencers with carbon fibre end cap and a traditional scrambler twin bench seat. There is a range of luggage or waxed cotton panniers. To make customising easier, the brand has also created an inspiration kit to use as the starting point for riders to design their own Street Scrambler custom, or to have fitted as a complete set – the Urban Tracker kit.
The Urban Tracker kit is designed to appeal to those after a practical touring approach and includes the following accessories:
25 litre rugged pannier and mounting kit
Slip on Vance & Hines silencer
CNC machined black oil filler cap
Black handlebar brace
Number board kit
Black ribbed bench seat
Black dresser bar kit
Headlight grille and bezel
High level front mudguard
Sump guard kit
Availability of certain accessories may be governed by local market legislation.
Ride by wire, Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Brushed 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin high-level brushed silencers
O ring chain
Wet, multi-plate assist clutch, cable operated
Tubular steel twin cradle
Twin-sided, steel fabrication
Spoked steel rims, 19 x 2.75in
Spoked steel rims, 17 x 4.25in
KYB 41mm forks with cartridge damping, 120mm travel
KYB twin shocks with adjustable preload, 120mm rear wheel travel
Single 310mm disc, Brembo 4-piston fixed caliper, ABS
Single 255mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS
Height Without Mirrors
Fuel Tank Capacity
LCD multi-functional instrument pack with analogue speedometer, engine rpm, odometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range to empty indication, service indicator, clock, 2x trip, average & current fuel consumption display, traction control status display, Heated grip ready – controlled by a handlebar mounted scroll button.
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