Since Ducati’s (re)release of the Scrambler range in 2015, the Borgo Panigale firm has been steadily growing its lineup of more-accessible Scrambler models, and after debuting the full-size Scrambler 1100 in 2018, the Italian outfit has now pulled the cover off the latest additions to the segment with the new Scrambler 1100 PRO and Scrambler 1100 Sport PRO models.
Both versions share the same 86hp air-cooled Desmodue L-Twin, fully-adjustable 48mm USD Ohlins gold forks and mono-shocks, ten-arm alloy wheels, and Brembo Monobloc calipers (with Bosch cornering ABS). New additions to the models include lower plate hangers, shorter rear fenders, new suede and leather seat trim, a 15-liter steel fuel-cell, new headlight pods decorated with classic cafe X covers, and new two-into-one-into-two exhausts with dual stainless-steel mufflers and aluminum heat shields and end-caps. Both bikes also boast dedicated trim-specific liveries: a two-tone “Ocean Drive” scheme for the PRO with blacked-out trellis framework; and a “Viper Black” livery with gold highlights for the 1100 Sport. The Pro-spec also comes fitted with shorter, narrower, and ultimately more aggressive handlebars complemented by circular, low-profile cafe racer mirrors. Pricing starts at $13,495 for the Scrambler 1100 Pro and $15,495 for the 1100 Sport Pro, both of which are slated to roll into showrooms in March of 2020.