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Triumph Street Scrambler (2017-2023) 

Triumph’s extensive off-road lineage has been defined by modified street bikes like the TR6R Steve McQueen sported in The Great Escape and the Bonneville David Beckham navigated through the Amazon. Triumph launched their first official Scrambler series from 2006-2016, echoing the iconic Speed Twin and TR5 Trophy from the 1950’s. While reliable and stylish, these first Scramblers are still essentially Bonnevilles with high-mounted pipes and knobby tires. 

The Scrambler finally got a proper off-road treatment in 2017 when Triumph released the Street Scrambler. Still remaining faithful to the retro style, the revamped model comes with a slough of new performance features.

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Triumph Street Twin Model Year Changes

Mechanical Upgrades
- 65 HP at 7,250 rpm provides the engine 18% more power
- Redline at 7,500 rpm rather than 7,000 rpm for higher rev-range

Suspension and Brakes
- Wider 41mm KYB cartridge front forks for a more comfortable ride
- Updated lower triple tree for better handling.
- Brembo four-piston front-brake calipers means more stopping power

Less Weight
- Magnesium cam-cover
- Lighter crankshaft
- Lighter balancer shaft
- Lighter clutch

Versatile Riding Modes Options
- Road, Rain and Off-Road riding mode options mean more control.

Aesthetic
- Relocated Rectifier
- More contemporary logo branding

Emissions
- Euro 5 compliant for cleaner emissions and better fuel efficiency

Aesthetic
- Aluminum number board
- New Throttle body finishers
- Aluminum heel guard
- Aluminum Headlight Bracket
- Mixed leather and textile, adventure seat cover