Another batch of Scramblers are currently in production. Pre-orders are currently open. ETA? Think Summertime when the living is easy.
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Say hello to the Scrambler. In an age of ‘downcountry’ and other such marketing gibberish, you’ll be pleased to know that this too has its own fully formed tech term, yep, this here is a radventure bike. Or more seriously, its the bike that kicked dust on the HT550 in May 2021 and came home in first place, light years ahead of the fancy competition.
So what’s the score with the Scrambler? In short, it’s a ripsnorting trail bike with all the mounts I could think of to turn it into a ripsnorting adventure rig. The geometry is cool – back to lovely short chainstays – 67 degree head-angle, dropper routing, biplane forks, 2 of the nicest colours known to mankind. This one’s designed around B+ but will also be sweet with a 29+ front/regular 29er rear combo. I believe it to be the most exciting and capable adventure bike it’s possible to buy. Alternatively build it up as a stripped down, plus tyred trail bike and it’ll act like a big BMX, ready to hurl you down the sketchiest trails with utmost excitement.
Here are a few features: biplane fork with 57mm offset. Boost spacing front and rear. Triple cage mounts on fork legs, under and over the downtube, rack mounts on the forks and the frame. 31.6 seatpost size with internal dropper routing. EBB for easy singlespeeding. Radness in spades. The finest handling this side of Tattooine.