Building iconic motorcycles that celebrate the past whilst embracing the future through bold design, original styling, purposeful engineering and a genuine passion for the ride, the British-owned Triumph Motorcycles is revered for their unquenchable thirst to not only be the fastest, but the one to test limits and breaks boundaries.
Riding the wave of 2020’s most anticipated James Bond film titled, ‘No Time to Die’, which is rumoured to feature Triumph’s custom Scrambler XE stunt bike – the company announces its public release of the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition Motorcycle for motorheads and film enthusiasts alike.
Based on the top spec Scrambler XE’s category-dominating performance and capability, the Bond Edition also benefits from class-leading state-of-the-art technology, specification and equipment, together with the addition of beautiful and unique higher-value details and finishes.
Complete with a unique billet riser clamp with laser-etched individual edition numbering, and a special Bond Handover Pack that includes a numbered certificate of authenticity hand-signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, plus a premium backpack, the highly exclusive ride features premium 007 branding, premium Sapphire Black paint, an oversized Triumph tank badge, brushed decal foil knee pad with a hand-painted gold coachline, high level front mudguard with black anodised finish, fog lights with black anodised shrouds, machined front brake reservoir, black rear wheel adjusters, stainless steel headlight grill and Arrow silencer with carbon fibre end caps.
Worth an estimated $18,500, the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition motorcycle is powered by a 1200cc, Liquid-cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel-twin engine packed into a six-speed gearbox, which harnesses up to 81.1 FT-lbs (110Nm) @ 3,950 rpm of torque and 89Hp (66.2kW) @7,400rpm of power.
Though currently sold out, Triumph Motorcycles is still accepting online enquiries.