The Street Scrambler was launched in 2017 and with rugged off-road attitude and versatility, it has been embraced by customers and customisers alike, while this new-for-2019 Street Scrambler brings a new dimension of performance with a significant step-up in power and specification, technology, and an even higher level of finish and scrambler detailing.
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler new features
- Significant power increase, up by 10PS to 65PS, 18% more peak power
- Higher revving engine,+500rpm
- High 80Nm torque output
- New Brembo 4-piston front brake caliper, enhancing braking performance
- New higher-specification cartridge front forks for a more comfortable ride
- New Road and Rain riding modes
- New more contemporary logo
- New more premium instrument styling
- New adventure-oriented seat finish
- New ‘Urban Tracker’ inspiration kit
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler engine updates
The new 2019 Street Scrambler introduces a significant set of major updates with power and performance being top of the list. The 900cc High Torque Bonneville engine has been upgraded to deliver 10PS more peak power, taking the total to 65PS, which is an impressive 18% more than its predecessor.
This major evolution also delivers higher revs, up by 500rpm to 7,500rpm, which together with its unique high torque delivery, with a peak torque of 80Nm is delivered low down at 3200rpm, and its signature high level exhaust system bring that unmistakeable Scrambler soundtrack and thrilling, agile and responsive ride.
The Street Scrambler’s High Torque 900 engine updates include: new magnesium cam cover, new lightweight crankshaft, dead shafts and balance shafts, new mass optimised clutch cover, new lighter clutch.
Ride-by-wire brings enhanced rideability, safety and control, from a single throttle body. Liquid cooling delivers low emissions and fuel efficient riding. High service intervals of 16,000km also help maintain the Street Scrambler’s low cost of ownership.
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler chassis updates
The new Brembo 4-piston front brake caliper, featuring premium Brembo branding, provides better stopping power, with improved bite and feel for greater rider control.
New higher spec cartridge front forks, with scrambler-style rubber gaiters and a full 120mm travel, deliver great road and light off-road capability and comfort.
In addition to the higher specification equipment, the Street Scrambler delivers a commanding rider position with comfortable ergonomics and accessible neutral handling. These come from its signature scrambler wide handlebars, forward set foot pegs and a 19 inch spoked front wheel with dual purpose Metzeler Tourance tyres fitted as standard.
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler updated tech
New Road and Rain riding modes adjust the throttle map and traction control settings for the optimum riding experience in all conditions, alongside switchable traction control and switchable ABS for enhanced rider confidence.
The torque-assist clutch bringing a lighter touch and feel to the clutch to make it more comfortable to ride, and for longer, with LED rear light incorporated into the minimal tail set-up, with a distinctive rear light pattern and excellent power efficiency.
An immobiliser is fitted as standard, with transponder incorporated into the key, for maximum security
USB charging socket located under the seat for the convenient charging of personal electronic devices.
More purposeful and character
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler styling
A host of new styling updates and premium additions for 2019 take the Street Scrambler’s custom classic good looks to an even higher level, including new number-board side panel graphics incorporating the more contemporary new logo, upgraded instrument styling with a new bezel and high-value metallic branded embellisher, and a new dial face with translucent silver detailing.
New adventure-oriented seat finish with a durable leather and textile inspired material, wider spaced front forks, adding to the distinctive and purposeful Scrambler style, requiring revised front mudguard, top yoke and headlight brackets.
All of these new features come in addition to the Street Scrambler’s distinctive design, including sculpted Scrambler fuel tank with locking filler cap and rubber knee pads, black engine covers with Triumph’s makers mark triangle and Bonneville engine badge, single throttle body with aluminium , finisher, minimal side panels and mudguards, brushed exhaust headers, and distinctive Bonneville engine finned head and header clamps.
Also featured are the twin seat set-up with interchangeable pillion seat and aluminium rear rack, removable pillion pegs and hangers for off-road durability, steel high grip ‘Bear Trap’ adventure style front foot pegs, all terrain style bash plate, and front mudguard mounts to suit larger wheel and dual purpose tyre clearance.
The new Street Scrambler is available in three paint schemes – Fusion White, Cranberry Red, Khaki Green and Matt Aluminium with jet black coach-line.
2019 Triumph Street Scrambler Specifications
Claimed Power: 65PS/64bhp(48kW)@7500rpm
Claimed Torque: 80Nm@3200rpm
Dry Weight: 198kg
Fuel capacity:12 L
Engine: Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin, 900cc, 84.6 x 80mm bore x stroke, 11.0:1 compression, TC, Ride Modes, RbW, Brushed 2 into 2 exhaust system with twin high-level brushed silencers
Clutch: Wet, multi-plate assist clutch, cable operated
Chassis: Tubular steel twin cradle, Twin-sided swingarm steel fabrication
Suspension: KYB 41mm forks with cartridge damping, 120mm travel, KYB twin shocks with adjustable preload, 120mm rear wheel travel
Brakes: Switchable ABS, single 310mm front rotor, Brembo 4-piston fixed caliper, 255mm rear rotor, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper
Wheels & Tyres: Spoked steel rims, 19 x 2.75in, 17 x 4.25in, 100/90 R19, 150/70 R17
Seat height: 790mm
Overall width: 835mm
Overall Length: 2125mm
Overall height: 1180mm
Instruments: LCD multi-functional instrument pack with analogue speedometer, engine rpm, odometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, range to empty indication, service indicator, clock, 2x trip, average & current fuel consumption display, traction control status display, Heated grip ready – controlled by a handlebar mounted scroll button.