We recently picked up a used 2019 Street Scrambler. Right off the bat, we decided to change up the look with a desert tan T120 tank. The additional fuel capacity was helpful on a recent trip to Death Valley. We were able to explore the many geographic wonders of the area with no distractions. The Street Scrambler was the perfect bike for the journey.
One of the most popular upgrades for this bike is the Shotgun Exhaust. The pipes other a more authentic desert sled sound and are much lighter than the stock cans. We also installed a Pro Taper Bar Kit and removed the factory mirrors (not possible for everyone due to local laws). You may want to go with a Bar End Mirror Kit or some alternative of your making.
We enhanced the "scrambler" side of this bike with beefed up rubber courtesy of the Continental TKC80 Tire Kit for Street Scrambler. For proper clearance with the fresh knobbies, we installed the High Fender Bracket. The TKC80 kit offers impressive handling both on and off road.
As always, aesthetics are important. The bike has to look right. Balancing form and function is essential for the Triumph modern classic rider. To balance this bike out, we installed a Black Slammer Seat and the Pan Tail Light Kit. These upgrades, alongside the other chosen accessories (see below for full list), conspired to unleash this Street Scrambler from the factory shackles that emphasize the "street" rather than the "scrambler" in this dual-purpose bike.
Photos courtesy of Nick Bondarev