The Jack Pine Triumph Scrambler is Made for City Riding

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 17, 2011 • References: temp.hammarhead & coolhunting
With auto and motorcycle designers often gravitating to futuristic concepts, the Jack Pine Triumph Scrambler is a refreshing breath of air. A classic design that nevertheless isn't too nostalgic, it features a clean and stripped-down look that works in contemporary society, especially since it is outfitted with the latest technology.

Created by motorcycle builders Hammarhead Industries in collaboration with high-performance apparel and equipment manufacturer Triple Aught Design, the Jack Pine Triumph Scrambler was built in the intense span of merely three days. The result was a bike that looked like it took three months to build.

Weighing 45 pounds less than its stock counterpart, the Jack Pine Triumph Scrambler was built with streets of San Francisco in mind. Its modified exhaust system and shortened rear frame loop makes it perfect for city riding. Stats for Classic Contemporary Motorcycles Trending: Older & Warm
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