Ducati Scrambler Peace Sixty2 Custom by Mr. Martini

Ducati Scrambler Peace Sixty2 Custom by Mr. Martini

Ducati revealed a special one-off Scrambler Sixty2 crafted by Italian builder Mr. Martini. The racy-looking Peace Sixty2 will be displayed at this weekend’s Verona Motor Bike Expo alongside two other customs, the Revolution and the Artika. Based on the 399cc Scrambler Sixty2, the Mr. Martini custom sports a ’60s-style fairing with a specially-crafted clear plexiglass front allowing the use of the stock headlight. Other features include the hand-crafted leather seat, tail cover, low-mounted handlebars and…

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Ducati Revolution Scrambler Sixty2 Custom by Officine Mermaid

Ducati Revolution Scrambler Sixty2 Custom by Officine Mermaid

Ducati revealed a bobber-style Scrambler Sixty2 by Milan-based builder Officine Mermaid. Displayed alongside the Peace Sixty2 and Artika, the Revolution Scrambler will be showcased at the Verona Motor Bike Expo this weekend. The Revolution features custom-made fork yokes, plate holder and leather single-seat. The Scrambler Sixty2’s stock 18″ rear wheel was swapped out for a 17-incher, matching the front wheel, while various non-essential elements such as the timing belt cover were removed. Other features include…

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Ducati Scrambler Artika by Dario Lopez Studio

Ducati Scrambler Artika by Dario Lopez Studio

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 ’70s and early ’80s. The Artika’s yellow and blue paint job matches that of the Pantah Ice on display at the Ducati Museum…

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Limited Edition Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent Announced

Limited Edition Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent Announced

Ducati revealed a limited edition version of the Scrambler as the first product of a three-year collaboration with fashion design company Italia Independent. Introduced this weekend at the Art Basel exhibition, the Ducati Scrambler Italia Independent is a cafe racer-inspired take on the Scrambler with a dark black and copper color scheme. The limited edition model (only 1,077 units will be built) has a blacked-out engine with matching black Termignoni exhaust system and matte black…

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2016 BMW R nineT Scrambler Videos Leaked

2016 BMW R nineT Scrambler Videos Leaked

A number of videos of the new 2016 BMW R nineT Scrambler have leaked online ahead of its official introduction at EICMA. The videos, uploaded to the AutoMotoTV YouTube channel, appear to be official BMW-produced videos, providing clear looks at the Scrambler including footage of how it handles off-road terrain. The Scrambler will join the R nineT in a new family of “Heritage” products offered by BMW. The R nineT was designed to be modular,…

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Latest Ducati Video Teases Diavel Cruiser, New Scrambler and More

Latest Ducati Video Teases Diavel Cruiser, New Scrambler and More

Ducati continues to hype up its 2015 EICMA presentation with another teaser video. If you’ve been paying attention to spy photos, CARB document leaks and Ducati’s other teaser videos, you’ll already have a good idea of what to expect. But if you haven’t, this new video will help. Get the Flash Player to see this player. The title of the video is “More than Red: Black, Wild and Pop”, a reference to Ducati’s new models…

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BMW Confirms R nineT Scrambler for EICMA, and Possibly Cruisers in the Future

BMW Confirms R nineT Scrambler for EICMA, and Possibly Cruisers in the Future

When BMW introduced its latest R1200GS with its water-cooled heads, some traditionalists mourned the move away from the company’s air-cooled boxers. Those fears were allayed somewhat with introduction of the air-cooled R nineT in 2014 while other R1200 models switched to the new engine. Seeing the success of the R nineT, BMW affirmed it will continue producing more air-cooled boxer models, starting with a new Scrambler variant which will debut next week at the EICMA…

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Ducati Teases Scrambler News for EICMA

Ducati Teases Scrambler News for EICMA

Ducati is teasing a Scrambler announcement for EICMA, releasing a couple of orange-colored images and creating a comic strip for the official Scrambler Facebook page. The 11-part comic strip is a bit odd, featuring a skateboarding gorilla named Bart and a BMX bicycle-riding woman named Betty. Ducati will publish more segments of the comic in the weeks leading up to EICMA where Ducati says it will have “a number of exciting surprises.” The first part…

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Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concepts

Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concepts

Honda will debut two new Grom Scrambler concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month. The two concepts are actually based on the 50cc Honda Monkey platform as opposed to the 125cc Grom; the Monkey brand has a long history in Japan so it’s an odd choice to adopt the relatively new Grom name here. The concepts are powered by the Monkey’s 50cc air-cooled Single, and like the Monkey, have the exhaust pipe running…

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Weekend Awesome – Bear Riding a Ducati Scrambler

Weekend Awesome – Bear Riding a Ducati Scrambler

This week’s video comes to us from Russia where a couple driving along a highway encounter an unusual sight: a bear riding a Ducati Scrambler! How cute! Let’s pull up beside it and snap a picture… Get the Flash Player to see this player. What the-? Why you little! Weekend Awesome – Bear Riding a Ducati Scrambler appeared first on Motorcycle.com. Motorcycle.com

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