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Ben Giese Triumph Scrambler

Ben Giese is the creative director and editor-in-chief of Meta magazine. A man of exceptional taste, he grew up racing motocross, and when he decided to create this model, the goal was one: to be able to take him beyond the paved streets of the city to the mountains and the deserts. Most of all, make it refined and focused on performance. The result is a gorgeous blacked-out 2017 Triumph Scrambler, with a perfect stance and near-Scandinavian levels of minimalism.

For more details on the build, head over to Bike Exif




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