The guys over at Death Collective have teamed up with British Customs to build one hell of a beautiful scrambler. ‘Pamela’ The Scrambler By The Death Collective ($CALL) started its life off as a 2015 Triumph Scrambler and features a long list of visual and performance upgrades. This bad boy was made specifically for fun, whether that be getting muddy on a dirt track, thrashing a long straight away, or spitting sand on the beach. Now here’s the cool part. The complete build was carried out by a novice mechanic using basic tools in a home garage. The majority of the parts in this build were plug and play and easy to install thanks to how-to videos on the British Customs blog. Check it out for the complete build diary.
Taking iconic scrambler design and injecting the technology of electric cycling, the Vintage Electric Scrambler ($7000) lends itself to all manner of excursions. Handling both on and off-road environments, the bike features a patented aluminum battery box with 702-watt hour lithium battery that can deliver 35 miles of high-performance power in any given time frame. […]