Hannah Elliott I have a French friend who owned a ‘69 Honda CB450 for years. She finally traded it in after the brakes went out (the latest of its recurrent mechanical problems) on Manhattan’s First Avenue. She loved the bike, but mademoiselle needed something that she could trust. The first thing I thought of was […]
It is born out of a collaboration between Ducati Scrambler and Italia Independent, brand leader in the eyewear and lifestyle products sector, that combines fashion and design, tradition and innovation. The bike represents the expansion of the range as it takes a turn in a more fashionable and glamourous direction while maintaining the characteristic values […]
Ducati Scrambler Summer Sizzle Extended!!! End Date: 6/30/2016 Buy a new Scrambler, score up to $500 in Ducati gear¹ With riding season in full swing, there’s no better time than now to pick out the new Scrambler of your dreams and to start personalizing it right away with up to $500 in-store credit¹ on Ducati […]
In 2014, Ducati did the unthinkable. The current dominator of the sportsbike arms race—its performance bikes are now the most powerful, lightest weight, and highest spec in nearly every segment—launched something that was the exact opposite. The Scrambler didn’t set out to be the fastest bike on the market, it simply set out to be […]
This to-die-for bike will only be manufactured in a very limited run of 58 units, and apparently at least 25 of them are already gone. The base machine used by Ducati Thailand is the Icon, and this means we’re dealing with the 803cc L-twin version of the Scrambler. The most striking thing about this bike […]
Story: Tom Rayner DUCATI has dropped its strongest hint yet that an 1100cc supersize Scrambler could be joining the hugely successful family. Speaking at the launch of the Scrambler Sixty2 in Barcelona, project manager Federico Sabbioni told Visordown: ‘We’ve got the engines, there is room to make something bigger. We’ll see, we have […]
Story: Tom Rayner DUCATI has a hit on its hands and I get the impression even it is surprised by the level of its own success. 16,000 Scramblers were sold last year, enough to propel Ducati into the top ten worldwide sales chart of bikes over 500cc for the first time in its history. The […]
Story: Sean McCoy The Happier Camper is a different kind of pull-behind. At just 1,100 pounds, you can tow it behind a lot of small cars, including the Subaru Outback, which has a towing capacity of 2,700 pounds. (Shoot, even some Ford Fusions can tow this trailer.) The lighter weight will also be nice […]
By James Archibald The five finalists of Ducati’s Custom Rumble competition have been announced after voting closed in late January. The competition has seen Ducati Dealers modify the hugely popular Scrambler before going head-to-head against each other in the competition dubbed the ‘Custom Rumble’. Forty dealers took part in the global competition. With voting coming from the public […]
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2016 Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro
A real tribute to American dirt track racing: the new Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro, an evolution of the Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle, that recalls the world of American Flat Track racing.
It mounts low variable section handlebars, a Termignoni exhaust, and is finished with alloy wheels. It is inspired by the motorcycles ridden by Troy Bayliss and Johnny Lewis at the 2015 American AMA Pro Flat Track championship and adds premium innovative details to the current Ducati Scrambler range.
New features include side number plates, dedicated grips, a gas tank with graphics inspired by the race bikes, a “Racing Yellow” color and a uniquely designed seat. Additionally, machined details include footrests, rear view mirrors, and a brake fluid reservoir cap, which embellish this racing model of pure and free expression.
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