Facts! Not words!

It is so beautiful that it could be in a Triumph shop window and nobody should say anything.

Minimal, chic, retrò. Avantegardist and futurist, but also elegant and damned stylish. As the beautiful in absolute is reduced to an abstract concept so much personal and escaping, so this "Special" avoids to any term that can define it and circumscribe it in a single word.

The job is so cured and deepened, as well in esthetic as how much in dynamics, that it could calmly exit from the Triumph assembly line of Hinckley in the Leicestershire. The respect for the English style is obvious in every detail, studied and adapted in order to return the Scrambler unique, but always equal to itself.

Searched, elaborated, lightened, but above all personalized following a definitely persuasive style, sober and perfectly “british”, the Scrambler today has a more exclusive spirit ...

Claudio Galiena

Triumph Scrambler DEEP BLUE

By Antonio Congedo






195 Kg


Build Time

120 Days


Concept & Assembly

Concept: Antonio Congedo
Assembly: Orma Divisioni Motori

Technical data


Air filter: Modified K&N
Air Injection: Removed / Brithish Customs kit
Crankcase Breather: Relocation / External K&N Filter
Exhaust System: Shark 2 into 1 low
Fuel Injection: Keihin remapped
Spark Plugs: NGK Iridium
Spark Plugs Silicon Wires: NGK


Front: Ohlins Front Fork Cartridge Kit
(Rebound, Compression & Spring Load Adjusters)
Rear: Ohlins S36DR1L (Adjustable Rebound & Lenght)
Tires: Continental Twinduro or Metzeler Karoo
(150/70 - 17 110/80 - 19)


Brake Master Cylinder: Nissin/Triumph
Pedal Brake: Orma Divisione Motori
Rear Brake Modification: Orma Divisione Motori
Rear Brake Master Cylinder: Triumph
Rear Caliper Relocation Bracket: Orma Divisione Motori


Bars: no name vintage MX, Billet Clutch Cable Bracket: British Customs
Chain: D.I.D. Front Fender: Aluminum / MAS Engineering
Rear Fender: Aluminum / MAS Engineering, Front Countershaft Sprocket: Steel / PBR
Head Light Bracket: LSL, Headlamp Grille: Triumph
Hex Flange Bolts: Triumph, Ignition Key Relocation Bracket: LSL
Knee Pads: Orma Divisione Motori, Oil Temperature Gauge: New Bonneville
Front MX Pegs: Orma Divisione Motori, Rear Frame Modifications: Orma Divisione Motori
Rear Sprocket: Ergal Hard Anodized / PBR, Risers: Orma Divisione Motori
Side Panels: Aluminum / The Tank Shop, Single Seat: Orma Divisione Motori
Skid Plate: Triumph, Taillight: Mini Lucas modified
Turn signals: Aluminum British Customs


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Get in touch with us

  • Orma Divisione Motori
    Via Posillipo, 42 80123 Naples (IT)
  • +39 081.660464
  • orma.motori@gmail.com
  • P.Iva IT01031960527

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