Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler Spied
These bikes will be manufactured by Bajaj Auto

Single-cylinder Bajaj-Triumph scrambler and roadster spied

The very first images of the single-cylinder scrambler and roadster style motorcycles being developed by the Bajaj-Triumph alliance have hit the web.

Both motorcycles have many similarities and seem to share the same chassis and powertrain. Visually, they are not that different either.

Bajaj-Triumph Roadster Spied
The front disc is clamped by a 4-piston, radially mounted caliper

The roadster (Street Single?) has a circular headlamp, a fuel tank similar to the unit seen on bigger Bonneville machines, minimalist side panels, single-piece seat, chunky pillion grab handles and a single-sided exhaust with twin outlets.

Featuring 17-inch alloy wheels, the roadster has inverted front forks, a monoshock in the back and the chain drive is located on the right-hand side of the machine, relegating the rear brake disc to the left side.

Featuring the same lighting units, the recently spied Bajaj-Triumph scrambler motorcycle features long-travel suspension, a fly screen up front along with a high-set front fender and dual-sport tyres.

Bajaj-Triumph Roadster Spied Rear
Finally, the bikes have hit the public road

This variant also comes with a single-sided exhaust with a twin outlet end can, but it features a split seat, a larger front wheel (19 inches probably) and a luggage carrier rack in the tail section.

It seems as if both models can be fitted with handguards, while the scrambler also had knee pads on the fuel tank and serrated foot pegs that befit its dual-purpose nature.

They will come with a digital dash and should be equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, while connectivity to Triumph’s mobile app might also be offered.

Side Profile
Could this engine use Bajaj’s simple variable valve actuation function?

Both motorcycles have a tubular steel frame and a bolt-on subframe and are powered by a single-cylinder, 4-valve, liquid-cooled motor. But, the size of the engine is unknown. It could be anywhere between 300cc and 500cc. Oh, the cooling fins are likely just for aesthetics.

While only 2 motorcycles developed by the Bajaj-Triumph alliance have been spotted for now, it is quite likely that more bikes are being conceived.

But first, these entry-level premium bikes of the British brand should hit the market here and that is expected to happen toward the end of fiscal year 2023.

Source – 1, 2