Founded in 2014 by Kenny Alexander, Fasthouse is an immensely popular Valencia-based dirt-centric moto lifestyle brand that sells monochromatic jerseys and apparel for dirt biking, mountain biking, and flat track and rally racing. And while Fasthouse is by no means a stranger to collaborative projects, the Southern California company’s latest joint effort is almost certainly its most significant to date, with a limited Fasthouse edition Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled.
Based on a 2021 model of the Borgo Panigale marque’s Desert Sled, the Fasthouse-spec is modeled after the Ducati Scramblers that Fasthouse modified for competition in the 2020 Mint 400 which Jordan Graham successfully piloted one of to the top of the podium in the Hooligan Class. The Fasthouse model boasts a Ducati Red chassis and bodywork cloaked in a matte black and gray livery, plus sports a special extra-grippy seat cover, black-spoked wheels shod in Pirelli Scorpion rubber, foot-pegs with removable rubber pads, and serialized production number plates on the frame. Restricted to just 800 units worldwide, the 2021 Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse is available now, with pricing set at $12,295 — only $300 over the regular model. Fasthouse and Ducati have also unveiled a capsule collection of apparel to go with the limited edition Scrambler.
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