Ducati Scrambler 400 By Anvil Motociclette

Photos: Anvil Motociclette

Taking their influence from the 1970 R/T, Anvil Motociclette didn’t hesitate to take the Ducati Sixty2 model under their wings and transform it into a proper tribute scrambler. And it should be obvious as an Italian bike workshop handling an Italian brand that the finished product would be nothing short of a sleekly-designed and off-road-ready piece of art.

It was the ’70 R/T that Ducati had originally designed and built for the US, it’s also worth noting that after all these years, we’re still in love with the look thanks to this modified Ducati 400 Scrambler. To get things started, the crew initially replaced the stock alloy wheels with 21” and 19” Motocross rims in the front and back. They also modified the tank in a manner that alludes to the ‘70s design and hooked the bike up with a set of handlebars almost reminiscent of BMX racing bikes. Long travel shocks were outfitted at the rear of the bike as well, and a stainless steel exhaust system helps this sweet ride shimmer and shine with authority. Anvil was able to tackle this entire project in only 53 days as well, clearly outlined by the bike’s headlight replacement. Not bad, not bad at all.