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The German bike brewers of WalzWerk Racing tought that the Triumph Scrambler was not “hardcore” enough. They’ve created a lighter and more aggressive version of a 2013 Triumph Scramber. The dry weight of 230kg was cut back to just over 200kg due to a lot of lightweight powerparts and modifications. You can find the complete parts en mods list under the images, so if you want to built this same cool Scrambler: good luck!

Triumph Mojave 900 2

Triumph Mojave 900 3

Triumph Mojave 900 4

Triumph Mojave 900 5

Triumph Mojave 900 6

Triumph Mojave 900 7

Triumph Mojave 900 8

Triumph Mojave 900 9

Triumph Mojave 900 10

Triumph Mojave 900 11

Triumph Mojave 900 12

Triumph Mojave 900 13

Triumph Mojave 900 14

Triumph Mojave 900 15

Triumph Mojave 900 16

Triumph Mojave 900 17

Triumph Mojave 900 18

Triumph Mojave 900

  • Powder coated frame
  • New wiring
  • YSS rear shocks
  • Öhlins front springs
  • ZARD exhaust
  • Braking waves
  • Brembo brakes (F+R)
  • Motogadget speedo
  • JvB fenders (F+R) and side panels
  • JvB headlight
  • Custom seat
  • Free Spirits sprocket cover
  • Free Spirit brake cylinder protection
  • Free Spirits sprocket
  • Free Spirits shock mounts
  • LSL handlebar + riser
  • LSL foot pegs front and rear
  • LSL brake fluid reservoirs
  • LSL brake- and clutch levers
  • LSL shift lever
  • LSL brake lines front and rear
  • Enuma rear sprocket aluminum
  • Enuma racing chain 520
  • LED turning signals
  • Monza-style gas cap
  • Triumph skid plate
  • Sport Evolution racing ECU (dyno
  • K&N racing filter
  • SLS elimination kit
  • Lightweight lithium battery
  • Lots of titanium screws and nuts
  • San Remo rear wheel 4.25″x 17″ Aluminum / ss spokes
  • San Remo front wheel 2.15x 19″ Aluminum / ss spokes
  • Continental TKC80, 150/70-17 and 110/80-19
By Published On: October 26, 2015Categories: Scrambler4 Comments on Triumph “Mojave” 900 by WalzWerk RacingTags: , 2 min readViews: 1242

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

4 Comments

  1. King October 27, 2015 at 11:23 am - Reply

    This is my dream, but in Viet Nam this moto scrambler Triumph have price too expensive. I can’t buy it’s. But i’ll try all my best.:-)

    • Joeri October 27, 2015 at 11:30 am - Reply

      It’s good to have something to dream of! ;)

  2. gabe October 14, 2019 at 5:29 pm - Reply

    BEAUTIFUL!

  3. Sergio November 11, 2021 at 8:17 am - Reply

    That’s my dream !!!!! My kidney : why did you say that !? ))))))) Greets from UA

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The German bike brewers of WalzWerk Racing tought that the Triumph Scrambler was not “hardcore” enough. They’ve created a lighter and more aggressive version of a 2013 Triumph Scramber. The dry weight of 230kg was cut back to just over 200kg due to a lot of lightweight powerparts and modifications. You can find the complete parts en mods list under the images, so if you want to built this same cool Scrambler: good luck!

Triumph Mojave 900 2

Triumph Mojave 900 3

Triumph Mojave 900 4

Triumph Mojave 900 5

Triumph Mojave 900 6

Triumph Mojave 900 7

Triumph Mojave 900 8

Triumph Mojave 900 9

Triumph Mojave 900 10

Triumph Mojave 900 11

Triumph Mojave 900 12

Triumph Mojave 900 13

Triumph Mojave 900 14

Triumph Mojave 900 15

Triumph Mojave 900 16

Triumph Mojave 900 17

Triumph Mojave 900 18

Triumph Mojave 900

  • Powder coated frame
  • New wiring
  • YSS rear shocks
  • Öhlins front springs
  • ZARD exhaust
  • Braking waves
  • Brembo brakes (F+R)
  • Motogadget speedo
  • JvB fenders (F+R) and side panels
  • JvB headlight
  • Custom seat
  • Free Spirits sprocket cover
  • Free Spirit brake cylinder protection
  • Free Spirits sprocket
  • Free Spirits shock mounts
  • LSL handlebar + riser
  • LSL foot pegs front and rear
  • LSL brake fluid reservoirs
  • LSL brake- and clutch levers
  • LSL shift lever
  • LSL brake lines front and rear
  • Enuma rear sprocket aluminum
  • Enuma racing chain 520
  • LED turning signals
  • Monza-style gas cap
  • Triumph skid plate
  • Sport Evolution racing ECU (dyno
  • K&N racing filter
  • SLS elimination kit
  • Lightweight lithium battery
  • Lots of titanium screws and nuts
  • San Remo rear wheel 4.25″x 17″ Aluminum / ss spokes
  • San Remo front wheel 2.15x 19″ Aluminum / ss spokes
  • Continental TKC80, 150/70-17 and 110/80-19
By Published On: October 26, 2015Categories: Scrambler4 Comments on Triumph “Mojave” 900 by WalzWerk RacingTags: , 2 min readViews: 1242

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

4 Comments

  1. King October 27, 2015 at 11:23 am - Reply

    This is my dream, but in Viet Nam this moto scrambler Triumph have price too expensive. I can’t buy it’s. But i’ll try all my best.:-)

    • Joeri October 27, 2015 at 11:30 am - Reply

      It’s good to have something to dream of! ;)

  2. gabe October 14, 2019 at 5:29 pm - Reply

    BEAUTIFUL!

  3. Sergio November 11, 2021 at 8:17 am - Reply

    That’s my dream !!!!! My kidney : why did you say that !? ))))))) Greets from UA

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