Triumph unveils limited edition Bond Edition Scrambler 1200

 Triumph unveils limited edition Bond Edition Scrambler 1200

In December 2019, we saw Triumph Motorcycle and James Bond 007 franchise coming together. To celebrate this partnership. Triumph has now unveiled the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition.

Only 250 copies to be produced.

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. “

The Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition is unveiled.

We understand the two teams have put a lot of efforts to understand the specifics and to get the expected output.

Premium Specs

It gets the top-notch treatment with Sapphire Black paint scheme with decal foil knee pad and extra larger Triumph logo on the fuel tank. The limited-edition also features 007 brandings on the exhaust no board and side panel on the lower side.

The eloquent leather seat with premium quality with 007 TFT dash.

Bond edition Scrambler also gets the host of other components like grab rail rear premium black anodized mudguard, gold accent engine badges, sump guard.

Carbon fibre premium arrow exhausts, front reservoir brake, headlight grill made up of stainless steel, rear-wheel black adjusters, plus a front mudguard of high level.

Limited Edition

The Bond Edition Scrambler is limited to 250 copies worldwide and is one of the unique modern classic bikes that Triumph has produced. Each model will get the individually-numbered plaque billet riser clamp and will never be repeated.

The other exclusive goodies involve each Bond Edition Scrambler owner to get the specially tailor-made handover pack unique to their bike and also a special numbered letter signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor with a high-quality leather rucksack.

The Bond Edition Scrambler 1200 is available in the worldwide market with a price tag of USD 18,500.

For more information, you can visit the Triumph Website.

Detail Specs

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION

Type Liquid-cooled, 8 valves, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel-twin
Capacity 1200 cc
Bore 3.84 in (97.6 mm)
Stroke 3.15 in (80 mm)
Compression 11.0:1
Max Power EC 89Hp (66.2kW) @7,400rpm
Max Torque EC 81.1 FT-lbs (110Nm) @ 3,950 rpm
System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Exhaust Brushed 2 into 2 exhaust system with brushed high-level silencers
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate assist clutch
Gearbox 6-speed
CHASSIS
Frame Tubular steel with aluminium cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, aluminium
Front Wheel Tubeless 36-spoke 21 x 2.15in, aluminium rims
Rear Wheel Tubeless 32-spoke 17 x 4.25in, aluminium rims
Front Tire 90/90-21
Rear Tire 150/70 R17
Front Suspension Showa 45mm fully adjustable upside-down forks, 200mm travel
Rear Suspension Fully adjustable Ohlins twin shocks with piggyback reservoir, 7.9 in (200mm) rear wheel travel
Front Brakes Twin 320mm Brembo discs, Brembo M50 4-piston radial monobloc callipers, ABS
Rear Brakes Single 255mm disc, Brembo 2-piston floating calliper, ABS
Instrument Display and Functions TFT multi­functional instrument pack with digital speedometer, a trip computer, digital tachometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, service indicator, clock and rider modes (Rain/Road/Sport/Off-­road/Rider-Customizable)
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHTS
Width Handlebars 33.1 in (840mm)
Height Without Mirror 47.2 (1200mm)
Seat Height 33.1 in (840mm)
Wheelbase 60.2 in (1530mm)
Rake 25.8 º
Trail 4.76 in (121mm)
Dry Weight 452 lbs (205kg)
Tank Capacity 4.2 US gal (16l)


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