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Old 07-21-2015, 07:40 AM   #1
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Bid to win Jurassic World Triumph Scrambler

Charity auction for dinosaur blockbuster bike

Bid to win Jurassic World Triumph Scrambler



THE TRIUMPH Scrambler that starred in Jurassic World is going under the hammer for a charity auction.

It’s faster than a velociraptor and less high-maintenance than a T-Rex and all proceeds will go to The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, raising money for prostate cancer research.

This unique piece of biking cinema memorabilia was ridden by action hero Chris Pratt and was customised for latest instalment in the popular dino franchise.

The Scrambler is a twin cylinder, 865cc engine based on the Bonneville - but would this stylish retro be your first choice to outrun an angry dinosaur?

If so, the auction goes live on eBay at 7pm GMT on Thursday July 23 and will be live for ten days only. A certificate of authenticity will be included in the purchase.






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