Looking to upgrade your Scrambler 1200 cargo capabilities and not sure where to start? Don't worry, we've got you covered. To achieve the most efficient and secure setup, it's important to install a saddlebag holder first.
The Scrambler 1200 pannier rail is designed, as the name suggests, for the Triumph Scrambler 1200. You can use it as a standalone pannier rail for any type of side bag.
It's also compatible with any of our three saddlebag mounting systems. But, if you really want to step up your game, we recommend pairing it with the quick-release Sidekick system. Trust us, you won't regret it.
At Longride, we firmly believe that our Scrambler 1200 saddlebag holder is one of the best out there. It's stealthy, easy to install, and compatible with a variety of mounting systems.
And don't worry, Scrambler 900 owners, we've got you covered too. Just use the Triumph Classics spacer found here and you're good to go.
HOW TO INSTALL THE SCRAMBLER 1200 SADDLEBAG HOLDER.
Wondering how to install the Scrambler 1200 saddlebag holder? The installation process relies on two mounting points located alongside the seat's frame. Check out the video overview below for a step-by-step guide.
Which luggage to choose for the Scrambler 1200.
For reference, the video above features a 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200XE equipped with a Super Patriot SK in black, and the tail bag is the large Traveler in black as well.
Thanks to the exhaust-free side of the Scrambler 1200, you have the freedom to choose any size saddlebag you want - from large to small. This means you can pick any of our soft retro saddlebags that best suit your needs.
Upgrading your Scrambler 1200 cargo capabilities will set you up for endless adventures. After all, that's exactly what this particular Triumph was designed for!