The Scrambler 1200 XE is the nicest bike to ride and the most fun bike in the A.R.T fleet. It has a high centre of gravity and feels heavy but also has all the “get out of Jail cards”. You will need to be minimum 170cm height to ride.
Accessories: Garmin GPS, Clearwater 4-LED Fog Lamps, Barkbuster hand guards, Full crash protection, 85-LT Side & Rear Boxes, Arrow muffler, Big fan to keep the radiator cool.
|3 Days||7 Days||12 Days||14 Days|
|USD 495.00||USD 1,085.00||USD 1,860.00||USD 2,170.00|
Total Price inclusive of VAT 10%
|Seat Height (mm)||870 mm|
|Wheelbase (mm)||1600 mm|
|Kerb / Wet Weight (kg)||207 kg|
|Handle Bar Width (mm)||N/A|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||200 mm|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||16 L|
|Max. Power||90 hp @ 7,400 rpm|
|Max. Torque||110 nm @ 3,950 rpm|
|No. of Cylinders||2|
|No. of Gears||6|
|Top Speed||215 kmph|
|Mileage (Km/Litre)||20.4 kmpl|
|Km/Tank (km)||326 km|
We recommend no more than 15kg of gear. Your guides will carry most of the safety equipment, personal items should easily come in under that weight. We will provide storage for extra gear at A.R.T base of operations.
If you’re planning a one-way trip, please contact us in advance, shipping can be arranged.
A.R.T has Roadside assistance, please contact us if you break down.
Smile, be courteous, and show respect.
Choose your words carefully as the interaction will be recorded most of the time.
If you are pulled over by the police, pull over immediately, turn off the ignition and put the key in your pocket.
The police often ask for:
If the police confiscate the bike (for speeding or traffic infractions). Call us for assistance an A.R.T representative will attend to this matter. The rider is responsible for all fines, impoundment and transportation costs of the bike before the deposit will be released.
Call for assistance:
ART provides roadside assistance and we have a local translator, please call us for assistance
Typically, when an accident occurs the locals and passersby surround the scene and the police will quickly arrive or can be called from any cell phone. The police confiscate the bikes and investigate the scene to try to figure out who was at fault. Beyond that depending on who’s at fault and what the damages are, a monetary value will be set and expected to be paid before the bikes are released.
If the rider has an accident, the rider is responsible for all fees and repairs to A.R.T bike as well as any third party and police fees. Repairs are often inexpensive, but this is all dependent on the bike in question.