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  • AJS ’71 Desert Scrambler

    AJS ’71 Desert Scrambler

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    Following the success of its Tempest Scrambler 125, A.J.S. has decided to take things a step further with a bike inspired by its 14th place finish in the legendary Mojave Desert race in 1971. Riding an A.J.S. Stormer, A.J.S. competition manager Mike Jackson brought it home against an incredible 3200 racers, tackling a gruelling 190-mile…

  • Next-Gen Tour: the new Scrambler Ducati takes centre stage

    Next-Gen Tour: the new Scrambler Ducati takes centre stage

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    The next-generation Scrambler Ducati is set to take Europe by storm with a lively, energised and vivid tour. The message from Borgo Panigale (Bologna, Italy), 12 April 2023 – An experience like no other awaits Ducati Scrambler fans across the globe as Ducati prepare to take off on the Next-Gen Tour. An exhilarating journey of…

  • NEW BIKES! Honda CL500

    NEW BIKES! Honda CL500

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    Honda’s a bit late to the ‘60s-styled retro scrambler’ party. But there’s definitely something sweet about this new CL500. It’s an homage to the firm’s CL72 and CL77 of the early 60s, which took the basic 250 and 305 CB/Dream engines and put them in a mildly tweaked off-road chassis. The 2023 CL500 does the…

  • Bond bike raises £138k for a Shropshire hospice

    Bond bike raises £138k for a Shropshire hospice

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    The motorbike ridden by Daniel Craig in the latest James Bond film has been auctioned for £138,600 in support of Severn Hospice The Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE which appeared in the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, was sold at auction on Wednesday. The stunt bike appeared in a pre-credit chase scene through…

  • Revealed! Brough Superior’s NEW scrambler for 2022

    Revealed! Brough Superior’s NEW scrambler for 2022

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    The resurgent British brand that’s synonymous with Lawrence of Arabia has just revealed a new limited-edition scrambler that’ll set you back £52,000. Bought back in 2008 by Mark Upham and ThierryHenriette, Brough Superior has been back in business for a few years. The Toulouse-based firm released a modern interpretation of the iconic SS100 in 2016…

  • Scram Africa 2022 – the coolest desert ride yet

    Scram Africa 2022 – the coolest desert ride yet

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    The retro-gear brand Fuel Motorcycles has announced the 9th edition of its Scram Africa adventure. This event comes along with a fresh format, where in addition to scramblers and custom bikes, the adventure is also open to sidecars and 4×4 vehicles over 30 years old. The event has no competition element, just promotion of the…

  • Triumph’s NEW Gold Line Editions

    Triumph’s NEW Gold Line Editions

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    Showcasing the hand-painted gold lining skills of Triumph’s expert paint shop and reflecting customer demand for brighter and more custom-inspired schemes, the new Bonneville Gold Line Editions bring a unique style and premium hand-painted detail to eight motorcycles in Triumph’s renowned Modern Classic range. Following the success of the Street Twin Gold Line Edition launched…

  • Road Test: Triumph 1200 Scrambler XC

    Road Test: Triumph 1200 Scrambler XC

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    Hot summer days show the Scrambler in new light – can Matt take the heat? The Scrambler XC and I have got to the stage in our relationship when we know what each other is going to do next. 3200 miles in three months will do that. My foot goes straight to the sidestand, I…

  • WK Bikes reveals retro-inspired Scrambler 50

    WK Bikes reveals retro-inspired Scrambler 50

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    The new retro-inspired Scrambler 50 joins it’s big brother, the Scrambler 125, in the WK Bikes range. The new 50cc model has the same sharp looks and features as the highly-rated Scrambler 125, and can now be ridden by 16 year olds with a CBT. Also on MoreBikes Husqvarna add Vektorr electric scooter to its…

  • Triumph 1200 Scrambler XC: Long-term review and road test

    Triumph 1200 Scrambler XC: Long-term review and road test

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    Matt came back from the Triumph Scrambler launch a few months ago with a perma-grin on his face. But will he still enjoy the bike as a long-termer?

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