Best Scrambler Motorcycles


You may be thinking of buying a new Scrambler motorcycle, but aren’t sure which one is the best. Let us help you out with this guide. You will find out about the Super Scrambler by Moto Morini, the Ducati Scrambler XE, and Yamaha’s retro scrambler XSR family. You can also find out about the best bike for beginners, the Honda CB750F.

Moto Morini’s Super Scrambler

The super scrambler from Moto Morini is a motorcycle that pays homage to the legendary classic scrambler. Its on-off radial tyres, suspension, and Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR rubber all make it an ideal commuter bike. It also boasts fine Italian suit detailing. The price tag is Rs25.3 lakh. Here’s what you need to know about the new model.

Triumph’s Street Scrambler

The Triumph Street Scrambler is an affordable, middle-weight bike that comes with standard ABS, traction control, and two power modes. It also includes a rear disc brake and Brembo calipers. It also comes with an immobiliser, underseat USB socket, and LED lights. Despite its affordable price tag, the Street Scrambler is a serious motorcycle. Read on to learn more about the bike and what it has to offer.

Ducati’s Scrambler XE

The two Scrambler XE motorcycles are both based on a concept bike. Both are meant for rough terrain, but are made for paved roads, too. The Ducati is lighter, and its fuel tank is larger than the Triumph’s, but the former also offers excellent fuel consumption. However, its handling is arguably more predictable than its rival. The XE comes with the optional ABS and traction control systems.

Yamaha’s retro scrambler XSR family

The XSR 700 XTribute is a stylish and fun-to-ride retro scrambler from Yamaha. The bike weighs 190kg wet, making it one of the lightest in its class. Its compact chassis and steel subframe make it nimble and easy to control. Its retro style and retro colours make it an attractive option for urban use.

Royal Enfield Himalayan

While the Himalayan is intended for off-road use, the Scram 411 is built for the city. While the Himalayan costs around Rs 1.91 lakh ex-showroom in Delhi, the Scram 411 should be significantly cheaper. Here’s why:

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