Handcraft and motorcycle equipment - SankakelVintage RacersHow To Build A ScramblerYou’ve searched the web, watched the moody videos, and discovered that your street tires don’t like wet grass. You’ve decided you need a scrambler—but how do you tweak your bike for good dirty fun, with a bit of extra style? Here we’ll focus on the best-value mods, balancing cost with performance. Your goal is a scrambler motorcycle that’s robust, easily repaired and built using materials that can proudly wear the scars of your adventures. The Speedtractor T-61 Catalina Special offers all the mods you need to hit the dirt and work up a sweat. Back in simpler times, scramblers started out as road bikes. For this discussion, let’s view the scrambler as the result of an approach: A mechanical embodiment of an adventurous spirit. Choosing your bike. Smaller bikes that make good contenders are the Yamaha SR400 and 500—minus their mysterious pressed-steel rear additions. Go back a few years and Japan’s parallel twins make for a cheap and cheerful base bike. The Starting Line. Rims and Rubber.
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