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Ducati’s Scrambler Goes Cafe Racer

Ducati officially joins the pack of manufacturers paying tribute to the café racer scene with a special version of their popular Scrambler series. Just two years ago, in the midst of an industry-wide fascination with café-racers, Ducati rode against the grain and unleashed its Scrambler on the biker-world. While others modelled their motorcycles to recall […]

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2017 Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer | First Ride Review

  by Jenny Smith Some bikes are built for a purpose, whether it’s turning fast laps, touring, cruising, adventure or flying 40 feet in the air over a motocross track. If the Ducati Scrambler Café Racer has a raison d’être, it’s simple: having fun. Our invitation to the global press launch in Ducati’s hometown of […]

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Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled Review First Ride Video

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2017 Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled Review

by Don Williams While the 2015 Ducati Scrambler reboot had a name and styling that indicated an affinity for the dirt, that promise wasn’t delivered. In actuality, the standard Scrambler Icon (and its variants) wasn’t ready for anything other than light-duty dirt roading. Fortunately, it was a hugely fun motorcycle in urban settings, as well […]

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A Closer look At the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

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 […]

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Ducati Scrambler Mike Hailwood Replica Looks Godly

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 […]

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Ducati Scrambler Artika by Dario Lopez Studio

By Dennis Chung Ducati revealed a customized Scrambler inspired by the company’s Pantah Ice racebikes. Produced by Dario Lopez Studio, the Ducati Scrambler Artika will make its public debut at the Verona Motor Show alongside the Revolution and Peace Sixty2 customs. The original Pantah Ice was originally produced for ice racing competition in the late […]

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Scrambler Ducati “Italia Independent” Limited Edition

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 […]

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2016 Scrambler Ducati Sixty2 – New Pop Icon

Sixty2 is a Ducati Scrambler inspired by the youth culture of skateboarding, surfing and pop music. That’s why Sixty2, the most “popular” Ducati Scrambler of all time, is the new “pop icon“. The design, a highly expressive version of the Ducati Scrambler, finds a new form in its steel tank with integrated fuel tank cover. […]

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2015 Ducati Scrambler Test Ride

  By Gary Gastelu I’ll admit it, I’m a fashion victim. Actually, that makes me sound like a bad dresser. “Victim of fashion” may be a better way to put it. I rode motorcycles a lot when I was younger. Mostly dirt bikes, but I hit the street now and then. Now, deep into my […]

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