The Moto Morini Scrambler 1200 can be best described as a versatile, agile and easy to drive motorcycle. Thanks to its practical character, the motorcycle can be used on any type of roads and is also packed with a long list of features designed to keep you comfortable.
The Scrambler 1200 is equipped with a 120 hp V twin oversquare engine, characterized by the innovative base with one-piece central sump, mixed gear-chain drive and dual overhead camshaft. The engine is mated on a six speed gearbox which rewards you with smooth and precise shifts.
All components are mounted on a high tensile tubular steel trellis frame which is combined with a set of comfortable suspensions. They consist of a front Marzocchi Upside Down Ø50 stalk and a rear, fully adjustable Paioli shock absorber. The stopping power is assured by Brembo brakes.
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The Moto Morini Scrambler was built on the foundation of the 9 ½ project and was especially developed for crossover use. In its off road adventures, the motorcycle is helped by its massive 19 inch front and 17 inch rear wheels which are wrapped in tread-blocked tyres.
As far as design goes, the Scrambler looks pretty good featuring a rugged, but pretty modern style. The 21 liter tank is one of the most striking styling elements and has a sporty and ergonomic design which is not intrusive for the rider. Taking about riding position is worthy of being mentioned that the seat forms a single piece with the streamlined tail and is fairly comfortable.
Power comes from a 1187 cc, liquid cooled engine which delivers 86 Kw (117 HP) @ 8500 rpm and 102 Nm (10.4 Kgm) of torque @ 6700 rpm.
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Yet another star from the Intermot show in Cologne, Germany is the 2009 Moto Morini Scrambler, a high displacement naked bike that shares its class with the Triumph having the same name.
The Moto Morini is indeed a fierce competitor thanks to its 1187cc V-Twin engine and tough looks, which makes us wonder when the English maker will make its 2009 comeback.
Featuring 19-inch wheels dressed in off-road rubber and supported by Marzocchi inverted forks with many protective attachments, the Moto Morini Scrambler is the perfect companion from where the asphalt ends. Equipped with Brembo brakes, it will provide the best of stopping power, but on that same surface, something that makes us tend to call the Triumph Scrambler a better all-around bike. But we will wait to see for ourselves what the Morini can do and we’ll then give a verdict.
Moto Morini never misses a chance to amaze the motorcycling public and we should give the small Italian manufacturer the credit it fairly won by being consequent and trusty. For 2008 it is all about the new launches, the Scrambler and 1200 Sport, which have just gotten their official pictures taken and are ready to impress not only with the looks, but with the attitude, also. The bikes made their entry at the Padova Motorcycle Show two weekends ago and were presented as being derived (...) More