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Jim Good from Dayton, Ohio sent in photos of his stunning 2008 Triumph Scrambler.  Jim took a unique spin on Triumph’s Scrambler by running low pipes, a move that appears to be controversial (judging from the comments below). Regardless of opinions on individual mods, there’s little doubt that this bike is clean and composed overall. The D&D Thruxton exhaust may say street, the aggressive Continental TKC80’s beg to differ.






Bike specs:
2008 Triumph Scrambler 865
Wiseco 904 Kit
K&N Filters
Oury Grips
JMF Mirrors & Bars
Helix Racing exhaust wrap
Excel rims – 19×2.5 front, 17×4.25 rear
Conti TKC 80’s – 110/80R19 front, 150/70R17 rear
EBC brake pads
Progressive Front fork springs
Progressive Rear 970 Shocks (brand new product for Triumphs)
D&D Thruxton TT exhaust system
British Customs Rear fender delete
LSL rearsets with Bonnie rear master cylinder
Paint by 8up Kustoms

All photos by Zac Fisher

Patrick Flynn

Patrick Flynn

A lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, Patrick Flynn has multiple years of experience as an OEM motorcycle marketer and over a decade as owner of his custom motorcycle site, The Bullitt.