Jamie’s date with a Scrambler May 8, 2013 By Daniel Silverman Tweet Just a rider, his bike and the city streets empty at night. Here, Jamie embarks on an evening adventure aboard the Triumph Scrambler. 2013 Triumph Scrambler Details Send this article by email What is your name? Please indicate below the emails to which you want to send this article: Jamie's date with a Scrambler Enter one email per line. No more than 5 emails. Send Close http://www.getlostoutfitters.com/ Chris Gear and clothing? http://twitter.com/KeyserBroze JB They won’t post it because no one will ever be able to buy enough gear to make themselves as cool as Jamie Robinson. http://twitter.com/Jericho7 Josh Manning Jamie’s gay. I knew it. Speedo007 Had a 2010 Scrambler with that Arrow exhaust fitted (shouldnt be an option), some of the most fun I’ve had on a bike, and I’ve had quite a few. TheBoatDude Yeah – I was thinking how good that 270° engine sounded (I have a Bonneville which has it’s own lovely sound with Staintunes, but still much different than the 270°) http://twitter.com/Mr_Paynter Mr Paynter The last time I did this was when I got my last new motorcycle, to run up km’s before the first service and run her in gently, night rides are surprisingly peaceful and a whole lot of fun! http://www.facebook.com/deffectx Teo Deffectx Gonzalez nice video ! Andrew Rockliff Jamie and team thank you for wonderful video and excellent music choice. Cheers, Kevin Love Jamie, but why does the benefit of full face protection go out the window when riding cruisers or classics? My son-in-law just had his Marine roommate get a new face courtesy of a t-bone collision while wearing one of those open face jobs. Knocked all his damn teeth out, fractured his jaw, whole 9 yards. Full face full time, let’s set that standard. TheBoatDude I think it’s an aesthetic choice: When you ride what looks like a race bike, you wear stuff that makes you look like a racer; if you ride a retro bike, you go for the retro look. Not justifying it, but that’s what I think it is. I hear you on the open face helmets – while I like the look of some of them, I like my jaw too much. Don’t get me started on the brain buckets.