FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler - Just 501 mi - $9500

FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler - Just 501 mi - $9500 Image

FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler – SMTD44GN3JT878389 – Just 501 mi – $9500

This cool matte green finish Triumph Street Scrambler is such an easy and fin bike to ride!  This one is still so new it’s not even had its break in service, we will make sure and take care of that as soon as its time arrives.   Unfortunately as we all go through at times, life can throw you a curve when least expected. (right after buying bike of dreams) and you have to go a different direction.   This is the case, someone is going to snatch up a nearly new Street Scrambler and be able to save $$ of buying a new.   This one is still covered under the manufacturer warranty until 11/2021.  All keys, manuals, Triumph Satchel and rear rack are included. Hurry don’t wait on this one.

Here are some press comments;

The bike feels lighter than it is, which means its weight is in the right place. A relatively low 31.1 inch seat height assists in that feeling. A 6-foot-1 dude like me can easily place both feet flat on the ground. Though those high pipes stick out a bit on the right side and may obstruct the stance of folks who are a little shorter of leg.   Wide ‘bars make for easy maneuvering and there’s a healthy amount of steering lock to allow you to wiggle through traffic. The clutch is a little off-on for my liking but otherwise low-speed work requires minimal effort thanks to a well-balanced chassis. ABS and traction control come standard, which means the Street Scrambler is pretty well equipped to handle rain-slicked city streets. Though, for pure inner-city use a rider may want to swap out the standard Metzeler Tourance tires for something a little more fit for purpose.

Backroad Scrambler

Whereas highway riding is underwhelming, all is forgiven when the road gets a little narrower and more interesting. Take this bike onto a bouncing country lane and you will get all school-girl giggly about the thing, shouting aloud: “Oh my gosh, I love this motorcycle!”  Thrilling at the torque of the engine, easily dodging big potholes and deliberately aiming for a few of the small ones, you get lost in a motorcycling experience the retains Triumph’s trademark refinement while also capturing the best aspects of a more raw, old-school machine. The exhaust is Euro 4-compliant, which means it won’t upset grandma, but still manages to offer up a great snarl.  The pipes look cool, and sound good, too. And, in case you’re wondering, on the two different occasions I rode the Street Scrambler I did not experience excessive heat on my leg.

Practical Scrambler

Triumph claim the Street Scrambler manages a whopping 74 miles per gallon, which helps mitigate the smallness of its 3.1 gallon tank. Doing some fuzzy math, I come up with just shy of 200 miles per fill up.  The bike’s clock is uncomplicated but offers you all the info you need.  Meanwhile, the ABS and traction control that come standard with the Street Scrambler help to ensure its usefulness in all on-road situations. You also get a USB port (under the seat) with which you can charge electronics. Though, I have an issue with the port: there’s not any particularly good place to store said electronic devices. You’ll need to either run a wire into your jacket/backpack or buy some kind of tiny under-seat bag. Or, perhaps, a tail pack. The passenger seat is removable, thereby making room for a luggage rack instead.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook, Instagram and the Web

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FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler - Just 501 mi - $9500

FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler - Just 501 mi - $9500 Image

FS: 2018 Triumph Street Scrambler – SMTD44GN3JT878389 – Just 501 mi – $9500

This cool matte green finish Triumph Street Scrambler is such an easy and fin bike to ride!  This one is still so new it’s not even had its break in service, we will make sure and take care of that as soon as its time arrives.   Unfortunately as we all go through at times, life can throw you a curve when least expected. (right after buying bike of dreams) and you have to go a different direction.   This is the case, someone is going to snatch up a nearly new Street Scrambler and be able to save $$ of buying a new.   This one is still covered under the manufacturer warranty until 11/2021.  All keys, manuals, Triumph Satchel and rear rack are included. Hurry don’t wait on this one.

Here are some press comments;

The bike feels lighter than it is, which means its weight is in the right place. A relatively low 31.1 inch seat height assists in that feeling. A 6-foot-1 dude like me can easily place both feet flat on the ground. Though those high pipes stick out a bit on the right side and may obstruct the stance of folks who are a little shorter of leg.   Wide ‘bars make for easy maneuvering and there’s a healthy amount of steering lock to allow you to wiggle through traffic. The clutch is a little off-on for my liking but otherwise low-speed work requires minimal effort thanks to a well-balanced chassis. ABS and traction control come standard, which means the Street Scrambler is pretty well equipped to handle rain-slicked city streets. Though, for pure inner-city use a rider may want to swap out the standard Metzeler Tourance tires for something a little more fit for purpose.

Backroad Scrambler

Whereas highway riding is underwhelming, all is forgiven when the road gets a little narrower and more interesting. Take this bike onto a bouncing country lane and you will get all school-girl giggly about the thing, shouting aloud: “Oh my gosh, I love this motorcycle!”  Thrilling at the torque of the engine, easily dodging big potholes and deliberately aiming for a few of the small ones, you get lost in a motorcycling experience the retains Triumph’s trademark refinement while also capturing the best aspects of a more raw, old-school machine. The exhaust is Euro 4-compliant, which means it won’t upset grandma, but still manages to offer up a great snarl.  The pipes look cool, and sound good, too. And, in case you’re wondering, on the two different occasions I rode the Street Scrambler I did not experience excessive heat on my leg.

Practical Scrambler

Triumph claim the Street Scrambler manages a whopping 74 miles per gallon, which helps mitigate the smallness of its 3.1 gallon tank. Doing some fuzzy math, I come up with just shy of 200 miles per fill up.  The bike’s clock is uncomplicated but offers you all the info you need.  Meanwhile, the ABS and traction control that come standard with the Street Scrambler help to ensure its usefulness in all on-road situations. You also get a USB port (under the seat) with which you can charge electronics. Though, I have an issue with the port: there’s not any particularly good place to store said electronic devices. You’ll need to either run a wire into your jacket/backpack or buy some kind of tiny under-seat bag. Or, perhaps, a tail pack. The passenger seat is removable, thereby making room for a luggage rack instead.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook, Instagram and the Web

tags: craigslist, cycletrader, street scrambler, street twin, Thruxton, triumph, Ducati, ebay, british bikes, bonneville, tiumph, triumph_nation, Yamaha, r1, zx, Kawasaki, ninja, classic, Sportbike, CBR, Suzuki,  KTM, Ducati, Yamaha, Yamaha, Ninja, streetfighter, 1990, 1991,92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,2000, 01,02,03,04,05,06,07, 08, 09. 2010, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

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