There's a big shift happening in the motorcycle fraternity right now. People want something cool. Something more retro. Something that will give them an opportunity to connect with the past. That's how the world of modern retro and classic motorcycles were born. Ducati is there, so is BMW. Triumph, on the other hand, has gone many steps ahead and created a range of new bikes under the brand 'Bonneville'. If you want a fast and sporty Bonneville, there's the Thruxton R. If you want a relaxed one, there's the T100 and the T120. There's the Speedmaster for the cruiser lovers. And for the adventure lovers, there's the Street Scrambler.
Now there's the 1200 Scrambler. A bike made for folks who want a bit more power, tech, features and a bit more freedom to head to the nearby trails. That said, the Scrambler 1200 promises to turn heads wherever it goes. To entice our readers further, we travelled to exotic Portugal where the Scrambler looked at home in its cobbled, sun-drenched streets and also the misty climes of its terraced hillsides. Naturally, the photographs were stunning, but it's the bike itself that commands our glowing reviews.