Get an unrestricted access to all the blog and those extraodinary functions that can help your business grow in a continuously changing industry.

Register & subscribe to a premium membership! Register
Subscribe for 9.9 EUR/month Subscribe now
Subscribe special price for 99 EUR/year Subscribe now
Select categories
Select cities

Ducati has decided to re-enter the world of hipster-moto with the launch of the 2015 Ducati Scrambler. They have been teasing us for months, and finally officially launched the new model on the first day of INTERMOT. The Scrambler retains the stylistic lines of the discontinued Ducati of yore, while incorporating technology developed from Ducati’s established quiver of sport bikes. Although it is implied that the bike is meant to be heavily customized, it is available out of the box in four different trims offering variations of saddle, fender and wheel styling.

Each trim is powered by an 803cc air-cooled engine built in Ducati’s signature L-twin Desmodromic configuration. For stopping power, a four-piston Monobloc Brembo (albeit single rotor) ABS-equipped assembly is employed on the front wheel. The “full-throttle” trim also comes with a Termignoni exhaust canister. In our opinion, the Termignoni slip on is a “must” for any Ducati, enabling the growl of the L-twin to be appreciated in full effect. Ducati purists will no doubt cry foul at the brand’s decision to bring back the Scrambler, the same way that they did with the launch of the Diavel. But we are digging it.

Add to collectionAdd to collection