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Triumph’s Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition is Licensed to Thrill

If you’ve seen the trailer for No Time to Die, then you’re aware than 007 scores some motorcycle action, and his ride of choice is the Triumph Scrambler 1200. To celebrate the film, Triumph released a limited-edition Scrambler 1200 dubbed the “Bond Edition” limited to just 250 models worldwide. No Time to Die doesn’t release ‘til November, yet the custom motorcycles have already sold out.

Just because you can’t buy one doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take the time to admire it. So let’s take a closer look:

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Triumph Scrambler 1200 Bond Edition

For starters, the Bond Edition is based on the top-of-the-line Scrambler XE with a 6-speed gearbox and 1200 cc engine capable of producing 89Hp at 7,400 RPM. Exclusive details begin with the lower side panel finished with 007 branding, a premium genuine leather seat embroidered with “Bond Edition” and the TFT instrument panel has a unique Bond-themed startup screen.

The Bond Edition’s premium Sapphire Black paint scheme showcases an iconic oversized Triumph tank badge and brushed decal foil knee pad with a hand-painted gold coachline. A host of dedicated ‘blacked-out’ finishes include the anodised rear mudguard grab rail, sump guard and infills, front forks, high-value engine badges with gold accents, and black powder-coated swingarm.

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The premium details and features continue with a high-level front mudguard with black anodised finish, fog lights with black anodised shrouds, machined front brake reservoir, black rear wheel adjusters, stainless steel headlight grill and Arrow silencer with carbon fibre end caps.

Each Bond Edition Triumph Scrambler motorcycle also has a unique billet riser clamp with laser-etched individual edition numbering and will be presented with a special Bond Handover Pack that includes a numbered certificate of authenticity hand-signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, and a premium backpack.

The 250 available motorcycles sold for USD$18,500 each. Expect those numbers to skyrocket next time you see one of these blacked-out beauties up for sale.

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