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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

Patrick Flynn, a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, combines over a decade of OEM motorcycle marketing experience with his passion for custom builds. Since 2008, he has been the driving force behind The Bullitt, a digital platform celebrating the art and culture of motorcycles.