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Triumph Announces 2021 Street Scrambler and Street Scrambler Sandstorm

Triumph updates the 900cc Street Scrambler Engine for 2022 (now Euro 5 compliant) and introduces a limited edition Sandstorm version. Here is the press release from Triumph, along with two videos at the end of this article. NEW 2021 Street Scrambler and STREET SCRAMBLER sandstorm Limited Edition...

Published on April 25 2021, 18:39
Source: www.motorcycledaily.com
 

The difference between the new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin and the previous Bonneville is only one thing: everything. It has a new engine, new chassis, new instruments, new ride-by-wire throttle, new traction control, new yadda, new razzmatazz, and new glafuncles. But, sure, it's hard to see... 

Rumors have swirled for the last few years about all-new Triumph Bonnevilles in development, and recent spy photos captured in Spain confirm the existence of a new Bonneville-family model. The heritage-bike sandbox has gotten crowded lately with the BMW R nineT, Ducati Scrambler, Honda CB1100,... 

Triumph has announced the new, 2019 Scrambler 1200 XC and XE models. These appear to be beautifully detailed bikes with relatively high specification ... taking direct aim at Ducati's highly successful Scrambler line, and representing a big step up from previous Triumph Scrambler models.... 

Editor Score:83.5% Engine 16.5/20 Suspension/Handling 13.5/15 Transmission/Clutch 8.5/10 Brakes 7.5/10 Instruments/Controls 4.75/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 8.5/10 Appearance/Quality 9.0/10 Desirability 8.0/10 Value 7.25/10 Overall Score 83.5/100 Last year it was the all-new Street Twin and it was... 

Late last year we showed you the high-performance version of the all-new Triumph Bonneville likely to be released as a Thruxton or street-tracker variant. Now the base-model "classic" version of the new liquid-cooled Triumph Bonneville parallel-twin was caught testing in southern Europe,... 

The difference between the new Triumph Bonneville Street Twin and the previous Bonneville is only one thing: everything. It has a new engine, new chassis, new instruments, new fly-by-wire throttle, new traction control, new yadda, new razzmatazz, and new glafuncles. But sure, it's hard to see... 

Editor Score:84.0% Engine 16.5/20 Suspension/Handling 13.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 8.5/10 Brakes 8.0/10 Instruments/Controls 4.5/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 9.0/10 Appearance/Quality 9.0/10 Desirability 8.0/10 Value 7.5/10 Overall Score 84/100 The Street Twin uses the 900cc "High Torque" Twin (instead...