10 New Scrambler Motorcycles Setting Dual-Purpose Benchmark in 2020 (Design & Specifications)

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It goes without saying that modern-era Scramblers have very few things in common with the old-time dirt models that died out back in 1970s. However, this it does not mean that the fans of the class cannot still enjoy the iconic looks of the newcomers and benefit from the powerful engines and advanced riding aids of today. Lets dive into the lineup of the all-new 2020 Scrambler motorcycles that are here to rumble through the streets and beat the dirt trails with style.

Some other motorbike-related releases of #AutomotiveTerritory that you may want to check out:

Modern retro motorcycles coming to dealerships soon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wfXYaZF-gE

Amazing beginner motorcycles to start your riding journey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTLblF3-yVI

Further information about all of the bike models shown in this #ATmotorcycles release:

Pursang Scrambler: pursangmotorcycles.com

The mastermind behind the Pursang project is the transport designer from Barcelona Jim Palau-Ribes, who came up with two bike designs E-Track and E-Street, scheduled for the market release in 2020.

CCM Spitfire Stealth Foggy, Bobber and Six: ccm-motorcycles.com
CCM bikes already do not suffer from the lack of exclusivity, but the Foggy, Stealth and Six models are still released in the special Stealth Series with blacked out bodies.

Triumph Scrambler 1200: triumphmotorcycles.com/motorcycles/classic/bonneville-scrambler-1200

The latest 1200 XC and XE are the most performance advanced Triumph’s Scrambler models to date which set an high benchmark scrambler capability and style for all the other models out there.

CF Moto 700CL-X: cfmoto.com.au/news/new-700cc-range-released-at-eicma

The Chinese manufacturer CF Moto celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2020 and commemorated the date with the first modern retro-style bike 700CL-X. Even though CF Moto has close ties with the Austrian design studio Kiska, this model is claimed to be developed in Italy.

Fantic Motors Caballero Scramblers: caballerofantic.com/en/home

The Italian-based Fantic Motors launched their first Caballero Scrambler in far 1969, at the International Bicycle and Motorcycle Exhibition in Milan. Now, half century later, the manufacturer returns to large European market with an all-new scramblers line-up, 125, 250 and 500cc.

Indian FTR Rally: indianmotorcycle.media/product/2020-ftr-rally

The world has welcomed the FTR 1200 scrambler just a year ago, but this model is already getting a line expansion with the introduction of a more comfort focused Rally version.

Bullit Bluroc 125: bullitmotorcycles.com/en/product/bluroc-british-green/ and bullitmotorcycles.com/en/product/bluroc-gold-black/ / bullitmotorcycles.com/en/product/bluroc-titanium-grey/
Bullit Motorcycles is a comparatively young Belgian brand, that was established by two motorcycle enthusiasts and best friends in 2013. Currently the company’s range includes 4 small displacement models, but starting from mid-2020, Bullit is adding another one – a retro-styled scrambler named Bluroc.

Mash X-Ride Classic 650: facebook.com/mashmotorcycles/videos/vb.153879168070474/496735134372318/

The French Mash Motorcycles has been known predominantly for their affordable air-cooled 125 and 250 singles. So, with 2020 X-Ride Classic 650, the company makes an ambitious move to enter a larger market segment.

Ducati Scrambler 1100 Pro and Sport Pro mediahouse.ducati.com/news/s/media

Undeniably, Ducati was the key company in fueling this modern era Scrambler craze back in 2015.The 2020 model year welcomes the arrival of the revised flagships Scrambler 1100 PRO and Scrambler 1100 PRO Sport.

Herald Brat 125: heraldmotorcompany.com/our-bikes/brat-125/

2020 Herald Brat 125 is the brands first in-house bike in the 125cc segment, that is aimed at new riders and learners, who hold UK A1 license.

Ducati Scrambler Icon Dark: scramblerducati.com/en/bike/icondark

We are used to the bright orange and yellow colors of Ducati Scrambler Icons, but this time it arrives in the strict blacked out guise with matte black livery and is named the Icon Dark.


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  1. Who believes they need a 1200cc engine to ride off road? These would be so much more fun, lighter, and functional with 500-750cc engine rather than a liter plus.

  2. That Mash X-Ride looks pretty swish and rather tough for the relatively compact package that it is 👌 reminds me of some of the 80's most capable enduro rides, like the Yamaha XT600 and Suzuki DR series 👌 Definitely 100% would have 💯🤙

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