Triumph Scrambler 1200

Triumph is all set to redefine the Scrambler segment with the launch of its exhilarating 2024 Scrambler line-up. This eagerly anticipated release introduces the Scrambler 1200 X and Scrambler 1200 XE, each promising to deliver an unmatched blend of power, style, and off-road prowess.

Triumph Scrambler 1200 X

Triumph has paid close attention to customer feedback, resulting in the creation of the Scrambler 1200 X, designed to be more accessible to a wider range of riders.

This model offers a seat height of 820mm, which can be further lowered to 795mm with the optional low seat. These enhancements not only ensure a comfortable fit for various riders but also come at a more competitive price point, without compromising on the legendary Scrambler performance.

To sweeten the deal, Triumph has extended the service interval to an impressive 10,000 miles (16,000km), substantially lowering the cost of ownership for Scrambler enthusiasts.

Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE

For those seeking the pinnacle of Scrambler excellence, Triumph presents the Scrambler 1200 XE. This model is poised to set new standards in performance, capability, and modern classic style. With an array of updates, including the latest-generation Brembo Stylema® calipers, enhanced suspension adjustability, and improved touring capabilities, the Scrambler 1200 XE is a true game-changer.

Impressive Features

The 2024 Scrambler 1200 X and XE come equipped with a host of features that ensure an unparalleled riding experience. Some of the highlights include:

  • New Marzocchi suspension with 45mm USD forks and RSU with piggyback reservoirs, providing 170mm of wheel travel optimized for road riding.
  • Advanced rider technology, including optimized cornering ABS and switchable cornering traction control.
  • Multifunction instruments featuring an integrated TFT display.
  • Five riding modes, including an Off-road mode.
  • All-LED lighting, including a signature DRL headlight and slim contemporary indicators.
  • USB charging and accessory-activated connectivity for turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth phone, and music operation.

That said, the Scrambler 1200 XE boasts several updates in 2024, enhancing its already impressive performance. The new enhancements includes updated Brembo Stylema radial monoblock calipers and suspension with enhanced adjustability, new and revised intake and exhaust headers for a broader torque spread, improved styling details with new slimline LED indicators and compact LED taillight and enhanced touring capabilities with optional high screen and rugged luggage system.

Both the Scrambler 1200 X and XE are powered by Triumph’s high-power 1200cc Bonneville engine, delivering torque-rich performance and an unmistakable Scrambler tone. Peak power arrives earlier in the rev range, reaching 89hp @ 7,000rpm with peak torque of 110 Nm @ 4,250rpm.


Both models feature a dedicated tubular steel frame, high-specification suspension, and top-notch braking systems to ensure efficient performance on both roads and dirt tracks.

Triumph alsoretained the iconic Scrambler design elements in both models, from their distinctive silhouettes to the signature high-level twin exhaust setup. Enhanced styling details, classic one-piece ribbed bench seats, and striking finishes make these Scramblers stand out on the road.



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Triumph Motorcycle mengumumkan bahawa model terbaru pengeluar motosikal Britain itu, Triumph Tiger 900 akan menjadi jentera rasmi James Bond dalam filem terbaru No Time To Die yang akan ditayangkan April tahun depan.

Pada masa sama, Triumph Scrambler 1200 turut akan membuat penampilan.

Triumph Scrambler 1200

Triumph Motorcycle dalam satu kenyataan mengesahkan kerjasama dengan filem James Bond berjudul No Time To Die dan EON Productions.

Pasukan Triumph turut bekerjasama dengan pasukan lagak ngeri filem tersebut bagi mempersiapkan Tiger 900 dan Scrambler 1200 untuk sesi penggambaran.

Triumph Tiger 900

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Triumph, Nick Bloor menyifatkan kerjasama ini sebagai satu kejayaan baharu.

“Kami teruja kerana dapat menjalinkan kerjasama dengan filem James Bond terbaru berjudul No Time To Die. Kami berbesar hati kerana berpeluang untuk terlibat dengan banyak produksi filem yang besar.

“Pada masa sama jentera kami juga cukup berupaya untuk ditampilkan dalam filem ini terutamanya Tiger 900,” jelasnya.

Sebelum ini, Triumph Motorcycle turut membuat penampilan dalam filem Mission Impossible 2 menampilkan Speed Triple 955i dan Mission Impossible 6: Fallout yang menampilkan Triumph Tiger 800.

No Time To Die akan ke pawagam pada 2 April tahun depan.

  • Jeremais Israel is set to rock GIVI Rimba Raid at Janda Baik 2019 on the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE.

  • Jeremais was a works HRC rider in the Dakar Rally.

  • The Scrambler 1200 XE had finished fifth overall at the recent Mexican 1000 Rally.

Chilean Dakar Rally and off-road racer, Jeremais Israel is set to rock GIVI Rimba Raid at Janda Baik 2019 on the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE.

The rider was present at Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia this morning to receive the bike and prep it. He will be using the #09 number plate in the race. Jeremais was specially flown in by GIVI to compete in Rimba Raid. He will also conduct a special off-road riding clinic tomorrow morning at Ukay Perdana.

The Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE is a true-blood off-road bike, dressed up in the classic Bonneville body. It’s inspired by the TR6 Trophy ridden by Steve McQueen and his stuntman Bud Ekins to a number of wins in the Baja 1000 Rally.

It features long-travel fully-adjustable Öhlins suspension, cross-spoke wheels, engine crash bars, under-engine skid plate, bark-buster style hand protectors as standard. The electronics are also geared towards off-road performance, although the bike rides pretty well over paved roads, too.

British stunt rider Ernie Vigil had proven the bike’s toughness and ability to duke it out with 450cc dirtbikes in the Mexican 1000 Rally recently. He finished fifth overall on a bog-stock bike.

Jeremais will also be riding a fully stock bike in GIVI Rimba Raid.


  • Ernie Vigil akan berlumba menggunakan motosikal Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE di perlumbaan NORRA Mexican 1000 Rally.
  • Dia telah mengalami kecederaan sebelum perlumbaan Baja 1000 Rally dan niat untuk perlumbaan terpaksa dilupakan.
  • Rangkaian motosikal Triumph Scrambler 1200 adalah motosikal scrambler yang paling sedia ‘off-road’.


  • Ernie Vigil will now race the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE at the NORRA Mexican 1000 Rally.

  • He was injured before the Baja 1000 Rally and the program was shelved.

  • The Triumph Scrambler 1200 line-up is the most off-road capable among all scramblers.

Ernie Vigil is back and will race a Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE at the NORRA Mexican 1000 Rally.

Triumph announced their plans to return the Baja 1000 Rally following the launch of the Scrambler 1200 XE and XC as they were keen to show that the Scrambler 1200 line-up is the most off-road capable among all scramblers. This was why it is dubbed the “Real Deal”.

Additionally, the rally is a homecoming of sorts for the manufacturer as Steve McQueen and Bud Ekins won there numerous times on the TR6 Trophy.

However, an injury befell rider Ernie Vigil (who’s also Triumph’s stunt rider) and the plans were shelved.

But Vigil has now fully recovered and the program is back online. He has since trained on the Scrambler 1200 for more than 9,000 kilometres in off-road conditions.

The Scrambler 1200 XE that vigil rides will be mostly stock. The only additions are to make the bike safe for desert rallying such as a desert racing seat, lights, grips and extreme profile sand tyres. The suspension, engine, electronics are all stock.

While the NORRA Mexican 1000 Rally doesn’t sound as glamorous as the Baja 1000 Rally, it actually uses the same route as the Baja Rally in Mexico’s Baja Peninsula. As the name suggests, it covers 1,000 miles (1600 kilometres) through the desert strewn with deep sand, rocks and quicksand.

  • Triumph telah mendedahkan harga bagi model Triumph Scrambler 1200 2019.
  • Bagaimana pun, buat masa ini, harga ini adalah bagi pasaran Amerika Syarikat.
  • Ianya boleh dikatakan agak berpatutan, memandangkan yang ianya didatangkan dengan lebih banyak teknologi, berbanding para pesaingnya.


  • Triumph has revealed the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 prices.

  • However, the prices are for the US market, at the moment.

  • They are considerably cheap, considering that they have more technology than their peers.

There was lots of excitement accompanying the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 launch in October. This was the Scrambler that will destroy the scrambler wars. However, Triumph withheld the prices during the time.

It finally has, courtesy of a motojournalist who was attending the media ride in Portugal.

The 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 features two “terrain-centric” variants. The Scrambler 1200 XC is more road-oriented but still off-road capable. On the other hand, the Scrambler 1200 XE (“E” for extreme) is more off-road oriented but still road-capable.

Both models share the same 1200cc Hi-Power engine, new LCD display, LED lighting, backlit switches, torque-assist clutch, cruise control and optional GoPro control.

The XE, however, features longer-travel suspension, IMU-optimised Cornering ABS and Cornering Traction Control, extra Off-Road Pro engine map, Brembo M50 Monobloc calipers and a couple more wonderful things.

Okay, okay, how much? Triumph in America recommends US$ 14,000 for the Scrambler 1200 XC, and US$ 15,400 for the Scrambler 1200 XE. But bear in mind that these are retail prices in the States. Still, the prices are super competitive among its peers. They are considerably cheap even, given the amount of technology it carries!

  • Motosikal Triumph Scrambler 1200 2019 yang dinanti-nantikan telah pun diperkenalkan secara rasmi kepada warga media.
  • Motosikal ini menggabungkan rupa paras klasik motosikal Bonneville dengan kebolehan model Tiger 800.
  • Model Scrambler 1200 akan merevolusikan jentera scrambler moden.


  • The much-awaited 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 has been officially unveiled to the media.

  • The bike combines the classic silhouette of the Bonneville with capabilities of the Tiger 800.

  • The Scrambler 1200 will revolutionize the modern scrambler.

Triumph looks to have scored a major revolution with the launch of the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200.

Being offered in two variations, the new Scrambler 1200 looks to be the perfect embodiment of adventure-riding in the Bonneville’s timeless classic silhouette.

Triumph is not one manufacturer inclined to building new motorcycles without festooning them with the latest features. Such approach applies to the 2019 Scrambler 1200, as well. The Hinckley-based manufacturer has aimed the new bike as the benchmark of scramblers. As such, the list is extensive. Very extensive. So where do we start?

What is it?

Triumph was the leader in off-road racing many decades ago. A-list actor, adrenaline junkie and all-around hard man Steve McQueen raced the Triumph TR6 Trophy SC at the punishing Baja Rally in New Mexico. Mr. McQueen’s stuntman Bud Ekins (who performed the jumps in “The Great Escape”) also raced Triumphs and won at the rally.

Truth is, Triumphs were the original scramblers (although they did not claim that name).

The Bonneville T-120TT, T120C and TR6 “C” and “SC” were stripped down for desert racing, featuring twin exhaust pipes that were fitted high up and chopped off. And dirtbikes back then, “scramblers,” as they’re known, looked exactly like how the Bonneville does today.

But! Triumph had been taking the quiet line why its rivals push out their own “Scramblers.” Triumph already has the 900cc Street Scrambler but they knew they needed something more hardcore. Hence, the 2019 Street Scrambler is that “missing link” as the company put it.

The two variations are:

  • 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC – built as an all-around road and off-road capable bike.
  • 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE – an all-rounder just as great as the XC but more focused for extreme dirt-riding. The “E” designation states “Extreme.”

Key Highlights

  • 2nd generation TFT instrumentation.

Featured on both models, with two information layout design themes that can be personalised. An all-new feature allows the rider to update the start-up screen message with their name.

  • 6 riding modes (Road, Rain, Sport, Off-road, rider configurable) including Off-Road Pro on the XE.

Both models feature Road, Rain, Off-Road, Sport and Rider-configurable riding modes which adjust the throttle response, ABS settings and traction control setting. The Scrambler 1200 XE features the extra ‘Off-Road Pro’ mode, which delivers focused set up for advanced adventure riding and scrambling. The ‘Off-Road Pro’ mode turns ABS and traction control off, and uses the ‘Off-Road’ throttle map.

  • Optimised cornering ABS and cornering traction control on the XE.

This is a first for any scrambler. Exclusive to the Scrambler XE is the Optimised Cornering ABS and Optimised Cornering Traction Control. Based on a Continental IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit). The front brakes consist of dual discs gripped by Brembo M.50 Monobloc calipers.

  • All LED lighting, including signature DRL headlight.

Both Scrambler 1200 models have all-LED lighting. The headlight also incorporates LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) for maximum visibility.

  • Illuminated backlit switches.

The switches on both Scrambler models are backlit from LEDs housed inside the switch cubes. No more fiddling around at night.

  • Torque-assist clutch.

Designed to reduce clutch lever effort for the rider, bringing a lighter touch and feel to the clutch and making it easier to ride, and for longer.

  • Keyless ignition.

Triumph’s keyless ignition system is standard on both models. The system recognises the proximity of the keyless fob and then enables ignition via the switch cube mounted start button. You may also disable the key’s wireless transmission function.

  • Cruise control.

Electronic cruise control is standard. This is a single button system, similar to the Triumph Tiger 800 XRx/XRa/XCx/XCa.

  • USB charging socket.

Both new Scramblers feature a 5 vault USB power socket for charging personal equipment. This is integrated into a new foam lined storage box under the seat.

  • World’s first motorcycle integrated GoPro control system.

Triumph’s first turn-by-turn navigation system and Bluetooth phone and music operation (all enabled by an accessory Bluetooth connectivity module).

Specifications and equipment

  • Class-leading specifications and equipment.
  • Öhlins rear shock with first-in-class long travel fully adjustable RSU.
  • Showa fully adjustable long travel forks.
  • Brembo twin M50 radial monobloc front calipers.
  • Crafted long-travel aluminium swingarm.
  • Dedicated Scrambler frame.
  • Folding foot controls, adjustable on the XE.
  • High-specification side laced wheels.
  • Category-first 21” front wheel, with adventure focused tubeless tyres.
  • Handbook approved Pirelli Scorpion Rally tyres.
  • Long-travel suspension: 200mm for the XC and 250mm for the XE, front and rear respectively.


Yes, we finally know what engine goes in the bike (and our speculations were wrong).

  • It is the 1200cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-Twin, but of the High Power (HP) variety which is fitted to the rip-roaringly awesome Bonneville Thruxton R café racer.
  • However, engine is tuned exclusively for the Scrambler 1200. It punches out 88.8 bhp (90 PS) at 7,400 RPM and a neck-spraining 110 Nm of torque at just 3,950 RPM.
  • The twin high-mounted exhausts are also tuned, to sing a new signature exhaust note for the bike.


Triumph is NOT following the conventions the “modern scrambler” design but benchmarks it. This is achieved by combining the classic design with modern touches, features and capabilities.

  • New design “seamless” sculpted Scrambler fuel tank, with classic scrambler tank “cut-away” features.
  • Beautifully engineered side-laced wheels.
  • Brushed aluminium Monza-style filler cap.
  • Brushed stainless steel tank strap.
  • Classic bench seat.
  • The Scrambler 1200 XE comes with extra premium details, including being the first bike to carry the iconic Triumph triangle badge on the tank.
  • Besides that, the XE also features hand guards with aluminium brace, Brembo MCS lever, silver handlebar finish with black anodised risers and clamp, gold coloured forks.
  • Colour options for both models are two-toned. For the XC: Jet Black and Matt Black, Khaki Green and Brooklands Green. For the XE: Fusion White and Brooklands Green, Cobalt Blue and Jet Black (as pictured).

Inspiration Kits and Custom Accessories

Riders will be spoilt for choice when it comes to customizing the bike. From handlebars to luggage. Inspiration Kits expand customization even further such as fly-screen, Arrow silencers, high front mudguard.

Triumph Bonneville Collection Clothing – the Scrambler Range

Triumph developed a dedicated range of Scrambler 1200 clothing, with a selection of short sleeve t-shirts, checkerboard goggles and a collection of riding and casual wear for men and women.


In a way, you could think of the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 as the love child of the Thruxton R and Tiger 800. Such features and capabilities are not to be sneezed at. Knowing how effective Triumph it in producing wonderfully all-rounded the bikes, it is time to for them to rule the Scrambler wars.

  • Triumph Motorcycles have launched the 2019 Triumph Scrambler.

  • It was unveiled to global distributors and dealers yesterday.

  • Triumph Fans France leaked the photos on their Facebook page.

Triumph Motorcycles have launched the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 to worldwide distributors and dealers last night (23rd October 2018).

2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 Launch in Just a Week’s Time

An embargo was put in place but the pictures were leaked by Triumph Fans France on their Facebook page

The full details are sketchy at this time as the bike will be officially launched to the global media between 2pm to 5pm (London time) today. But we can see a number of important features:

  • There are two variants to the Scrambler 1200 – one off road (XC), the other more road-centric (XE).
  • nacelle houses a full TFT screen.
  • The connectivity option includes GPS navigation and ability to sync with a GoPro, so you may control the camera via a toggle on the handlebar.

  • Updated, longer travel suspension (180 mm travel) for the off-road version.
  • Showa forks and Öhlins shocks.
  • Brembo radially-mounted four-piston Monobloc calipers up front.

  • The XC’s engine is wrapped in crash bars.
  • Beefy aluminium swingarm.
  • High-mounted front mudguard.
  • Reinforced barkbuster-style handguards with aluminium framing on the outside.

The updates to the chassis and suspension ought to make the Triumph Scrambler 1200 a truly off-road capable modern retro. The long-travel suspension and swingarm are the tell-tale signs. So, no matter how one looks at it, the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 could be the real-deal of scramblers.

Although engine remains the 1200cc, liquid-cooled, 270o crank, parallel-Twin unit, we are not sure if it has been upgraded.

More details to come later on today. Please stay tuned for more pictures and details of the bikes!

Photo credit: Triumph Fans France

Sumber imej: MCN
  • Triumph telah memuat naik satu lagi video usikan bagi model Triumph Scrambler 1200 2019.
  • Ia mempamerkan motosikal tersebut ditunggang atas jalan raya dan juga secara ‘off-road’.
  • Pelancaran tersebut akan mengambil tempat pada 24 Oktober 2018 (zon masa UK).


  • Triumph has released another 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 teaser video.

  • It shows the bike being ridden on the road and off-road.

  • The launch happens on 24th October 2018 (UK time).

The countdown has begun to the launch of the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200.

Triumph Motorcycles has also released another teaser video, the fifth and perhaps the last, ahead of the grand event.

This latest video also showcases the versatility of the new bike. There are shots of it being ridden two-up on a tarmac road besides being pushed hard off-road.

Triumph was one of the leaders of off-road racing in the 60’s. The new Scrambler 1200 would return it to its off-road legacy with the promise of “never before seen levels of dual-purpose capability.” Indeed, the video shows the 1200 scrambling in the dirt; with the dust hiding the bike, of course.

Piecing together all the teaser videos revealed a little bit more about the bike. It will definitely feature the classic Triumph Bonneville silhouette, straight handlebar, flat saddle and high-mounted dual exhausts. It will be similar to its smaller 900cc Street Scrambler, but we are sure there will be many other differences to make it off-road worthy.

The Scrambler 1200 may even come ready with an underbelly skid plate and knobby tyres.

Its engine should very well be based on the High Torque (HT) version of the 1200cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-Twin with 270o crank.

We could also very well expect traction control, ride-by-wire throttle, ABS and LED lighting. The suspension will definitely be updated.

The launch is happening on early morning, 25th October 2018 (Malaysian time). Bikes Republic hopes to bring you the event “live.” If you can stay up for the English Premier League, you ought to stay up for the launch, too.


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