Having sold out its planned production run of 150 Spitfire models tiny British firm CCM has unveiled their new Spitfire Scrambler at the Bike Shed Show to a packed Tobacco Docks this weekend.
The original Spitfire was only revealed in February – which would subsequently go far beyond expectation and sell out within a week. A tempting price, exclusivity, good looks and the promise of decent performance from its 600cc single made for a compelling argument. So they decided to produce another Spitfire model, but this time with a Scrambler focus. And trust me, it looks staggering!
So, here’s 3 key feature for the new CCM Spitfire Scrambler:
– The new CCM Spitfire Scrambler features the same 55bhp 600cc engine and frame as the previous Spitfire. The 55hp engine is derived from the old Husqvarna single and sits in a tubular frame made of T45 steel, but has a revised rear subframe and features a 17-inch rear wheel instead of the 19-inch number that’s found on the Spitfire.
– The new CCM Spitfire Scrambler also comes with the addition of a skid-pan to protect the engine, raked-up bars and an off-road styled scrambler mudguard. Not forgetting of course, the new upswept exhaust.
– The price of the new machine will be £8995, or £9247 on the road. Like the original Spitfire, the numbers will be extremely limited to just 250 machines, and you’ll have to be quick if you want one because 100 of those have already been sold.