Our customer Tim was looking for a good looking reliable scrambler which he can use to commute into central London on a daily basis. He is well over 6 foot tall so he wanted the bike to be proportioned accordingly. To achieve this we used longer shocks and a stepped yoke. He had firm views on styling and colour which we were able to deliver upon.


The stance of the bike comes from the taller Hagon Nitro piggy-back shocks, and the Fastec stepped top yoke with a black tracker style Renthal Fat Bar. This is rounded out with the gold Titanium Nitrided forks (by Reactive Suspension), the modified rear sub-frame with in-house fabricated seat base upholstered with diamond stitched brown leather (by P&D) and wheels rebuilt by Hagon (with black powder coated rims and hubs and stainless spokes) and shod with street scrambler Conti TK70 tyres. Front brake is standard and the rear has been enhanced with a Triumph Twin Power Up N Over rear caliper bracket.


Intake and exhaust air is much more free flowing given the in-house fabricated polished stainless pancake air filters and also the in-house fabricated polished stainless 2-into-2 high level right hand side exhaust system. Under the engine there is a bash plate, sprockets are gold coloured and are by Talon Engineering and there is a Norman Hyde ignition relocation kit fitted.


A 7.7 inch head light with a black grille has been fitted. Front indicators are bar-end MotoGadget Blaze units and at the rear they are part of a Radiantz LED tube built into the rear frame loop – the tube also contains the tail and brake lights. Oberon oblong bar-end mirrors have been fitted. Grips are brown Biltwell Thrusters. Levers are folding extending units from Triumph.


Fenders were fabricated from the original units and the rear fender has the registration painted directly onto it. Footpegs are motocross items.


The tank has been painted metallic brown with a gloss black stripe on it. The tank also now has a Monza filler cap. The brown goes really well with the seat and grips. Electrics have been minimised and a Shorai Lithium battery has been fitted in a new battery box. Side covers have been cut down to accommodate in particular the exhaust and have had holes cut into them to give visibility through the bike.


Triumph Scrambler Custom

2010 T100 (865cc) Bonneville

Triumph T100 Scrambler