How many motorcycles do you really need? I've always said "one more," like my dad's buddies did. "This one's for the dirt, this one's for the highway, and this one's for the canyons," They would say motioning to the obvious selections for each. But as chassis, suspension, and engine technology advance, more companies like Triumph are aiming to blur the lines between on- and off-road motorcycles—between canyon carvers and trail shredders, and they're doing a fine job at it. As Triumph unveils the new Scrambler 1200s, it claims they possess "all the capability of a genuine adventure bike," but will these bikes be the motorcycle equivalent of multi-tools, doing every job pretty well but nothing to its utmost? Or do they have the real-world chops to replace the old man's ADV and streetbikes in the garage?