Triumph to bring 250 copies of its Scrambler 1200 James Bond Edition

 Triumph to bring 250 copies of its Scrambler 1200 James Bond Edition

Triumph and James Bond Partnership

In December 2019, we saw Triumph Motorcycle and James Bond 007 franchise coming together.

So in a typical scenario in the upcoming James Bond movie. We will see James Bond riding notably two Triumph motorcycles, and they are Scrambler 1200 and Tiger 900 in the film” No Time To Die. “

Now, this did not happen all of a sudden. In the background, the Triumph design team worked with the James Bond stunt team. 

The Triumph ensured that the feedback is well implemented on these two Triumph motorcycles.

The idea was to make these motorcycles more dynamic for some action scenes. 

Scrambler 1200 Limited Edition

On the other hand, Scrambler, 1200, is customized on a grander scale with some cool logos on the tank. 

Black paint scheme, low-level seat, and removal of the dash and some fresh custom exhaust pipes.

The limited-edition Scrambler comes with Showa fork, Brembo discs, brake calipers, and Ohlins. Plus, the exhausts come singed with Arrow.

Triumph plans to bring only 250 limited edition copies of the custom Scrambler 1200.

“No Time To Die “

However, now we hear due to the Corona pandemic the movie  No Time To Die” which is scheduled to premiere globally from April 2, 2020.

We have heard the date of the global premiere of this movie is postponed. We are unsure as to when this movie will be premiered.

But overall, the significant events across the globe stay canceled or postponed due to the Corona pandemic that started in January 2020.

Source : Triumph

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