Jamie’s date with a Scrambler

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Just a rider, his bike and the city streets empty at night. Here, Jamie embarks on an evening adventure aboard the Triumph Scrambler.

  • 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.


  • 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.