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Charles had a crush for the previous versions of our custom Triumph Scrambler. He entrusted our team to build his dream machine, built on the base of the air-cooled Triumph Scrambler 865. 

As a winemaker in Bourgogne (famous french vineyard), Charles wanted a multi-purpose motorcycle that could both ride off road through his farm’s neighbourhood and be easy to ride on the road for weekend trips. Moreover, he wanted it with a singular aesthetic. Nicolas and Nelson, two previous customers for whom we built Scramblers confirmed (with photo attached) that they enjoyed their rides off road as soon as they could, and it was great at it! Then we had no doubt to advise Charles to go for a unique version of this Scrambler.
We chose a cherry red gas tank color, mixed with brown leather and some brushed stainless steel body parts, creating a balanced and exceptional look, with a chic authenticity.

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This Scrambler get a timeless adventurer look

The Triumph Scrambler 865 EFI customized by BAAK

The original speedometer is replaced by a Motogadget Tiny one

Mass exhaust and Öhlins shock absorbers

The side leather pouch is mounted on the opposite side to the exhaust

The left side of the bike has many leather parts

To view of Charles's Scrambler short seat kit

The driver's post is purified with many custom aluminium parts

The footpads are made out of aluminium

The gas tank gets a cheery red and white custom painting

The Mass Engineering exhaust and our Short leather seat kit

The ignition switch control is relocated on the right side

The handlebar controls come from Beringer company

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