Triumph unveils iconic Bond edition of Scrambler 1200

THERE’S nothing more quintessentially British than a limited edition James Bond Triumph Scrambler 1200. And in honour of the forthcoming 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die, that’s exactly what Triumph has delivered.

Triumph have produced an iconic limited edition Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition to celebrate the partnership between the two iconic marques, and it’s limited to an exclusive production run of just 250 bikes worldwide.

Featuring a unique 007 design scheme, the ultra-rare special edition motorcycle was inspired by the incredible custom Scrambler 1200 action vehicles featured in the new Bond flick.

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It has all of the top-specification Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE’s exceptional performance and capability, together with premium higher-value details, including a Sapphire Black paint scheme, featuring an iconic oversized Triumph tank badge.

There’s also a brushed decal foil knee pad with hand-painted gold coach line. Additional exquisite 007 branding includes a beautiful exhaust number board and lower side panel finisher with pressed 007 branding.

The seat is premium leather, with embroidered logo too and it also scores a unique 007 TFT instrument startup screen. All of this comes on top of a host of blacked-out features, including a black anodised rear mudguard, grab rail and sump guard.

Black forks, high-value engine badges with gold accents, and a black powder coated swingarm and sprocket cover also feature.

To perfectly complement the theme and blacked-out premium finish, the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition is equipped with a range of unique higher-value details and features, including a high-level front mudguard with unique black anodised finish.

It also features fog lights with unique black anodised shrouds, a premium Arrow silencer with carbon fibre end caps, machined front brake reservoir, black rear wheel adjusters and a stainless steel headlight grille.

The Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition offers category leading torque and a dedicated ‘scrambler tune’. The charismatic 270 degree firing interval ensures a smooth, linear power delivery from the slick six-speed gearbox.

Evolved specifically for the Scrambler, the 1200 engine provides 66kW of power, and additionally, is tuned to deliver ‘high torque’ off-road and on, low down and across the mid-range, with peak torque of 110Nm.

Delivering the Scrambler soundtrack is a beautifully crafted twin high-level exhaust system with stainless steel headers and an Arrow silencer with carbon fiber end caps for a deep punchy scrambler sound.

Taking the capability to the highest level, the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition features a class-leading standard of rider-focused technology, including six riding modes, ABS and traction control, full LED lighting and an inertial measurement unit.

Switches are backlit and there’s also a torque assist clutch, key-less ignition, heated grips, cruise control, USB charging and the My Triumph connectivity system and app.

With a unique Öhlins collaboration, plus a dedicated Scrambler chassis tailored for focused off-road capability and comfortable rider ergonomics, the Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition delivers an exceptional dual-purpose ‘classic and adventure’ capability.

The Bond Edition features premium fully-adjustable twin-spring Öhlins rear suspension units with piggyback reservoirs that deliver category-leading wheel travel (250mm) and suspension capability, for amazing off-road capability and ground clearance.

Topping off the high-specification engineering innovation there are premium Brembo M50 radial monobloc calipers, adjustable folding foot controls, and first-in-class tubeless tires and spoked 21-inch front wheel.

Every Bond Edition owner will also receive a special tailor-made handover pack unique to their bike, featuring a numbered letter hand-signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor and a premium rucksack.

The new Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition is available to order in markets around the world from today. Australia will be receiving very limited numbers currently due to arrive in late July, with pricing to be confirmed closer to arrival.

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