Custom Triumph Scrambler by Sarah Lahalih - Triumph Daytona 250
 
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post #1 of 6 Old 09-03-2014, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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Custom Triumph Scrambler by Sarah Lahalih

Triumph ambassador and former boxer and racer Sarah Lahilih has put some serious effort into her Triumph Scrambler. Sarah went with a steampunk look for her Scrambler, and the guys at LA's Garage Company did all the handy work.

Instead of choosing a color for the fuel tank, Sarah opted to cover the tank in brown leather. The knee cutaways are inlayed with polished brass panels.

The front fork was replaced in favor of a springer front end along with a new front wheel. These changes made Sarah get rid of the front brakes. All the stopping power now lies with the rear disc brake.

A new polished wood seat and rear fender assembly creates a new riding stance for the bike. The exhaust is also really cool. The custom exhaust has a 2 into 2 setup, and is also equipped with a brass heat shield for leg protection.

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that makes me want to scream..... TAKE MY MONEY



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Me too, but I bet that would be hella expensive. Love having the leather all over the design. The polished wood rear is to die for too.
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Me too, but I bet that would be hella expensive. Love having the leather all over the design. The polished wood rear is to die for too.
Take one of my limbs*



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post #5 of 6 Old 09-05-2014, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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Does this bike give you guys any ideas of mods that you'd like to do for your Daytona 250 when it finally is sitting in your garage?
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post #6 of 6 Old 09-09-2014, 02:24 PM
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Nothing i can think of. How about you??



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