The Bond Edition steps up the exclusivity level with 007 logos featured throughout the bike, including a Bond start-up sequence on Triumph’s second generation TFT screen.
The engine is the same big 1200 cc 27-degree parallel twin we are accustomed to in the Scrambler XE with 90 horsepower and 110 Nm of torque and in the Bond Edition has the full suite of six riding modes including Off-Road Pro that disables both the lean-angle sensitive traction control and ABS systems.
Showa provide the 47 mm fully-adjustable forks while Ohlins supplies the dual piggyback shocks, both ends have a generous 250 mm of travel.
The Triumph Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition will be available in Australia from August at $27,190 plus on road costs but you would have to get in quick as only seven of the machines are expected to arrive Down Under.
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