2016 Ducati Scrambler DA#11 by Diamond Atelier

May 29, 2018

Category: Rides

As one of our favorite aftermarket workshops, Diamond Atelier knows how to build out some one-of-a-kind bikes from just about any donor. Case in point: this beautiful 2016 Ducati Scrambler dubbed DA#11.

Based on a 2016 Ducati Scrambler 800, DA worked to build out this custom bike so it would appear to have come straight from Ducati themselves – but with a little something extra of course. So, the fellas started by adopting a single-sided swingarm from a Monster 1100 Evo for the Scrambler frame and fabricated a shock mount to support a custom-built Wilbers unit for ideal dampening control. The front fork legs come from a Multistrada as well with a set of triple clamps to keep everything secure. Additionally, a rear Brembo brake was fitted to the ride, as was a Panigale wheel up front and a Monster Evo at the rear wrapped in Metzeler tires.  A Motogadget speedometer was also installed up front, while a completely re-fabricated tank, a hand-rolled front fender, Kellermann signals and a small front headlight help ensure the race-ready scrambler remains street legal. Yet another home run from the Munich workshop.

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