2019 Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer

Oct 5, 2018

Category: Rides

Ducati recently unveiled their new Scrambler lineup, including the Icon, Desert Sled, and Full Throttle. However, the bike that takes the spotlight is the new Scrambler Cafe Racer with its vintage ‘60s race swagger.

Drawing inspiration from the legendary Ducati 125GP Desmo, Ducati’s Cafe Racer is painted in a beautiful retro silver with tri-tone blue stripes to match the blue leather seat. It has a modern radial front brake pump, 17” spoked wheels, aluminum bar-end mirrors, a dual tailpipe exhaust, a stubby mudguard, and lateral number holders with the number 54 in honor of Bruno Spiaggiari, former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. The two-wheel rocket is a shining example of a retro bike done right. It’s powered by a Ducati electronic fuel injection L-Twin engine providing 73 hp and 39 lb-ft of torque, making it a blast to ride. It also has modern additions, including the Ducati Multimedia System, which allows you to answer calls and listen to music via Bluetooth connection. This refreshing throwback is perfect for any rider.

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