A contemporary interpretation of their iconic model, the Ducati Scrambler is a return to the wayward free-spirit of the 1960's.
Drawing from its flat-track racing heritage, Ducati's new Scrambler is meant to bridge the gap between city riding and off-road excursions. It's powered by a 75 horsepower, 803 cc air-cooled L-Twin engine and weighs in at about 400 pounds, making it an exceptionally versatile ride. The steel frame, teardrop tank with aluminum side panels, and throw-back color paint lends to the bikes retro style, while LED guide lights, ABS assisted brakes, and USB-charging port offer modern performance and functionality.
The Scrambler is being offered in four different models and in Ducati Red or '62 Yellow. To see the bike in action check out the video below.
For more information about the new Ducati Scrambler, check out its website: scramblerducati.com