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24 May 2018

Building a Triumph Scrambler for father and son

Thierry and Nelson have enjoy riding together for the last years. Father and son are classic off road motorcycles enthusiasts, so we built this ultimate Triumph Scrambler that perfectly fits their vision of two-wheels pleasure.

Winding roads, single tracks through the forrest and amazing landscapes ; the Swiss countryside is really one of the best places on earth to go on adventure riding his motorcycle. Thierry and Nelson made no mistake about it, and the ride their 70’s trial machines as soon as they can enjoy this environment. To complete his garage, Thierry wanted to gift his son with a unique motorcycle that matches his vision of riding a bike, and which would be the result of a craftsmen work. Our team focused on building a Scrambler that could both be off road friendly, and which would stand for a masterpiece that can find its place in your living room. The inspiration starting point of this project was the red painting of 70’s Bultaco Sherpa trial machines. Rémi, BAAK’s founder, and Thierry both own one of those and are still in love with it.

This top range build includes Öhlins suspensions, a full Beringer braking system and aluminium Excel wheels which completely transform its riding skills. Our team worked his mind to design and build all the parts required to reach an harmonious aesthetic result : mudguard, leather work, exhaust system, exhaust guard, headlight with integrated speedo, handlebars and clamps, sump guard… This build is currently being featured by Bike Exif.