Gallery: Scramblers in the city
Every manufacturer now seems to claim the Scrambler label, so we took four of the top Sramblers – Ducati’s Scrambler Full Throttle, BMW’s new R nineT Scrambler X, Moto Guzzi’s V7 Stornello and Triumph’s Street Twin Scrambler – for an evening in London.
The new breed of trendy cafe racers and scramblers are right at home in the city, parked outside bars and coffee shops in the fading light of late summer.
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BMW R nineT Scrambler X, £11,090
All-new BMW Scrambler was introduced just last month, it uses the same air-cooled boxer motor as the R nineT. The most powerful bike in this group but also the most expensive.
Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle, £8395
Launched last year and has gone on to be a huge sales success. This is the top-of-the-range model.
Moto Guzzi V7 Stornello, £8636
The recently launched Stornello is based on the popular A2-friendly V7.
Triumph Street Twin Scrambler, £9095
The new water-cooled Street Twin with the Scrambler Inspiration Pack added (£1745).