Scramblers are still very much on trend—and the Triumph Scrambler is one of the coolest examples of the breed. But when Justin Webster got his hands on one, he saw potential for something much wilder.
He’s effectively unscrambled this Scrambler 900, transforming it into a tire-shredding, street tracker-styled liter bike—with a touch of cafe racer flair. And it’s such a coherent build, it could easily be mistaken for an OEM concept.
Justin runs J. Webster Designs as a one-man-band out of Gainesville, Florida, where he produces his own line of parts, does fabrication jobs and builds ground-up customs.
But here’s the crazy part: his machining and fabrication skills are self-taught. (He has a degree, but it’s in anthropology.) And this is only his fourth build.…