The custom scene has taken to the Scrambler like you would not believe. It seems like every time I get on a moto news site, there is another Scrambler being wheeled out of a secluded shop somewhere. I love it. This latest crop is garnering some press from the big boys as well. I saw an article about them in Car & Driver.
Two of the Scrambers on display at Verona are based off the just-released Sixty-2 while the snow bike is sporting the larger engine of the original Scrambler.
The snow bike is sporting a moto rear tire up front and a studded dual sport out back. The trellised frame was painted gold to match the new wheels, the belt cover was pulled and polished. It's running the high pipe headers and is fitted with a slip-on from someone. New fender, bars, and cable routing complete the very moto look of the bike.
The #62 bike has a full retro fairing that looks RAD! It looks like they spent most of their time getting that fairing to fit like a glove, the clip-ons working, and sculpting the rear cowl. The Termi slip on sounds great no doubt.
The #68 bike forwent the covers altogether. This blacked out racer is an exercise in simplicity. Most of the parts have been removed, including the front and rear fenders. There is, what appears to be, a new hugger fender fixed to the swing arm and a leather number plate. I certainly don't want to ride this thing in any sort of nasty weather, but I want to ride it in a real way. The drag bars have to get you in a super aggressive riding position. Where do I sign up?
Armata posted these guys up on Friday here: Three new Ducati Scrambler customs
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