No Reserve: 2007 Jack Pine Triumph Scrambler

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This 2007 Triumph Scrambler was customized by Hammarhead Industries in 2011 and turned into one of their Jack Pine bikes. The treatment consisted of matte black paint, removal of the oil cooler, shortening the rear frame loop by 4 inches, a reworked seat unit, adding Works Performance fork springs with twin shocks, and lightening the motorcycle down to about 450 pounds dry. The seller purchased this bike in 2012 and has added rear passenger pegs and high-rise handle bars. This Scrambler is now being offered at no reserve with service records since 2012 and a clean California title in the seller’s name. This Scrambler was produced in September 2006 as a 2007 model and was sold new in California. The Jack Pine conversion was meant to resemble some of the minimalist motorbikes produced during the 1950s and 1960s which were made famous by stars such as Steve McQueen. The speedometer/odometer has been removed in addition to several other components, giving the bike a purposeful look. The seller lists current flaws as some road rash on the left-rear shock adjuster, various small nicks and chips, dry/cracking grips, and rubber air filter mounts that need replacement. The rear indicators are currently zip-tied in place. The seller estimates they have added  about 550 miles. This bike features an 865cc engine with a sequential transmission which have received proactive maintenance during the seller’s ownership. Service records since 2012 are included with the sale and the most recent service was carried out six months ago–the bike has been driven just two miles since. An article from Cycle World in 2011 details the Jack Pine Scrambler, while a detailed interview by Peter Egan profiles Hammarhead’s founder and the philosophy behind this model below:

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