Ducati Scrambler Dirt Tracker

May 11, 2015

Category: Rides

The 2015 Ducati Scrambler is now starting to emerge in showrooms, but for many custom builders, the real joy will only come when they tear it down and build it up again.

Ducati Thailand’s top engineers and mechanics have beaten just about every other mod-happy gearhead to the punch with this Dirt Tracker approach to the Scrambler. This version features a hand-brushed tank, a front plate inspired by the number plate typical of a dirt track racing bike, a titanium Slip-on exhaust, aluminum hand brushed spoke wheels, and chunky tires seemingly infused with 70s-era dirt bike DNA. The stock Scrambler itself is powered by an air-cooled L-twin two-valve 803 cc engine. It comes in four styles: Icon, Urban Enduro, Classic, and Full Throttle.

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