While the vast majority of gearheads are limited by time, finances, and imagination when it comes to tinkering with our vehicles, Portugal's Ton-Up Garage demonstrates what can happen when the stars align in the custom-bike world. Based on the Triumph Scrambler 2012, the company's Triumph "Amazonia" is the group's latest project, where they sought out to build a versatile off-road version of the classic two-wheeler that has the ability to conquer rough terrain just as well as the concrete jungle. Key tweaks include a shortened rear fender with old school off-road wheels and Ohlins shock absorbers, a custom leather saddle, smaller tail lights and turn signals, a minimal gauge display, and a trunk built with old gas cans. Finished off with an OG dark green paint, a new set of off-road pegs and handlebars, and aspirated with new airbox and Zard scrambler dual exhaust, and you're ready to blaze a new trail to anywhere your heart desires. Find more preview shots of this one-off rider after the click.