Triumph Street Scrambler

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After riding around for thousands and thousands of miles on so many different bikes in Thailand, was time to get back out there again after a couple of year break due to health issues.

To get back out there, wanted something different so started looking at the Triumph range. After riding a few bikes, a Triumph Street Scrambler with 10’000km on the clock turned up for sale near home.

It already had a bunch of accessories on it, crash bars, custom patina paintwork, de-cat exhaust, CREE spotlights, LED indicators, R9Kustoms tool roll, mirrors, wide bars, grips, pannier rack and a custom seat. For the money after negotiation it was a sealed deal.

The original headlamp had been removed and the speedo repositioned to one side, both of these changes were absolutely pointless. Fortunately every original part he took off he kept so without too much effort was able to put the front end back to useable.

R9Kustoms Tool Roll

Will be looking into the R9Kustoms side pannier in the near future. The tyres on it are factory tyres, so they have plenty of meat left but that are 5 years old and hard, which doesn’t give much confidence. I plan to throw some Pirelli Scorpion Tails on it, as the likelyhood of offroad riding isn’t in what I plan to use the bike for.

Rice fields in Ban Pong Ratchaburi

All in all super happy thus far with it, I only wish Triumph had put twin discs on the front, but end of the day its not a race bike, just plan ahead better.

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