Brixton Scrambler for 2023?

Brixton motorcycles are an Austrian brand who work in collaboration with a Chinese manufacturer to bring old school designs with modern twists.

They were the first European/Chinese collaboration to develop a motorcycle over 1000cc and the Brixton Cromwell 1200 certainly answered the calls for retro cool 1000cc+ to challenge the likes of Triumph.

With the success of the Brixton Cromwell 1200 and the amount of accessories which gave it further retro hues, the company is now set upon releasing a scrambler variant.

Photos and specs are not available at this stage but one would imagine some underside protection, higher exhaust and updated suspension along with other aesthetic changes.

The project named 1200 X will be more suited to the dual sport role with tyres to suit and certainly capable of some off road adventures. Perhaps not for anything too challenging but flat hard tracks and trails should be within its capability.

The Current Brixton 1200 cost starts at 10,999 euros so one would imagine the price of the scrambler variant should be similar to that.



Engine Type – in-line, 2 cylinder, 4-stroke, water cooled
Max. Power – 61 kW (83 PS) / 6550 rpm
Max. Torque – 108 Nm / 3100 rpm**
Transmission – 6-speed manual
Ignition – ECU, Starter – E-starter
Engine Capacity – 1222 cc


Brakes front – hydraulic disc brake with ABS, 2x disc-Ø310mm
Brakes rear – hydraulic disc brake with ABS, disc-Ø260mm
Front wheel suspension – conventional shock absorber
Rear wheel suspension – stereo shock absorber adjustable preload
Front Tyre – 100/90R18, Rear Tyre – 150/70R17, Front Rim – 2,50×18, Rear Rim – 4,25×17


Mass in running order – 235 kg, Permissible Maximum Weight – 455 kg, Length – 2180 mm
Width – 800 mm, Height – 1115 mm, Seat Height – 800 mm, Number of seats – 2
Fuel Tank Maximum Capacity – 16 l


Top Speed – 198 km/h, Fuel Consumption – 4,6 l/100 km*, CO2 Emissions – 105 g/km*

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