Aside from the updated Triumph Street Twin, the Hinckley outfit’s retro 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler gets a model makeover for the new year, shown at the Intermot Show in Germany. Considering both models have the same engine as a base, engine power for the Street Scrambler is 65 PS, up 10 PS or 18%, with 80 Nm of torque and a rev limit increased by 500 rpm.

On the electronics side of things, the Street Scrambler come with a choice of two ride modes – road and rain, ABS braking, switchable traction control. Other modern riding conveniences include a USB charging socket, LED rear light, immobiliser and light pull Torque Assist clutch.

Front suspension has been improved with revised internals in the telescopic fork giving 120 mm of front wheel travel and Brembo brake calliper for better stopping performance. The wide handlebar of the Street Scrambler is still there, with foot pegs now moved a little further forward with 19-inch spoked wheel in front for that authentic retro scrambler look.

Cosmetic changes to the 2019 Street Scrambler include a number plate side panel with a contemporary Triumph logo, new style combination analogue/digital instrument gauge and a touring oriented fabric/leather seat. There are three colour options for the Street Scrambler – Fusion White, Cranberry Red dan Khaki Green.

Aside from the wide selection of accessories available from the official Catalogue, the 2019 Triumph Street Scrambler also comes with the option the Urban Tracker kit that adds side pannier, Vance & Hines exhaust and black anodised aluminium fuel filler cap. The kit also includes a wire mesh guard for the front headlight, engine skid plate and a few other accessories to complete the scrambler style.