New hero limited edition Street Scrambler Sandstorm variant star of Triumph’s updated 2021 Street Scrambler range.
Alongside the garden variety model comes an exclusive Street Scrambler Sandstorm limited edition with ‘more rugged Scrambler detailing’, some premium Scrambler accessories fitted as standard and a unique Sandstorm paint scheme.
The new 2021 Street Scramblers get a Euro5 engine update to its 900cc parallel twin layout, delivering lower emissions, and ‘more premium custom style and detailing’.
Power figures for new Street Scramblers remains the same at 48kW, although now tweaked to a slightly lower 7250rpm and 80Nm at a slightly higher 3250rpm.
Updates and added gear for 2021 on the Street Scrambler are: a new side panel with aluminium number board, new heel guard, new brushed aluminium headlight brackets, new adventure-oriented seat material and new throttle body finishers.
Additional Scrambler-defining details include the high grip ‘bear trap’ adventure style footpegs, the slimly shaped tank with lockable cap and the minimal front mudguard. The Street Scrambler’s black coated engine features the signature-shaped Bonneville engine covers with their Triumph makers-mark.
The new Street Scrambler Sandstorm Edition is strictly limited to 775 units worldwide. A Certificate of Authenticity personalised with the bike’s VIN number makes it official and the bike gets its own ‘unique and contemporary Sandstorm Edition paint scheme.’ The bike also comes blinged up with a selection of premium genuine Triumph accessories fitted as standard.
The new 2021 Street Scrambler boasts a range of 120 genuine Triumph accessories for additional protection, comfort, off-road style, enhanced capability and security. These include a range of luggage options, plus accessories for greater everyday usability, like heated grips, centrestand, short and tall screens, adjustable levers and engine protectors.
Accessories for additional off-road focus include the high-level front mudguard, headlight grille, stainless steel sump guard, and adjustable piggyback Fox rear shocks, and there’s a traditional Scrambler style bench seat and machined handlebar clamp.
The 2021 Street Scrambler is available in three paint schemes: the classic Jet Black, a new contemporary Urban Grey or the new twin colour Matt Khaki and Matt Ironstone scheme.
Pricing will be announced soon and we’ll bring you that the minute it is released.
News of the updated Triumph Street Scrambler follows last week’s reveal of the more hardcore Scrambler 1200, which will this year be available in a special Steve McQueen limited edition.
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