Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle Flat Tracker

Aug 21, 2017

Category: Rides

Ducati has released a number different bikes in their Scrambler line, each of which fit a specific type of riding. They even created an enduro-style dune bike in their Desert Sled. But what the lineup was missing was a solid flat tracker-inspired bike. Or at least it was, until they announced their new Full Throttle bike.

Whereas the Desert Sled is an excellent bike for the uneven terrain of the desert, the Full Throttle is made to shine around the dirt oval, boasting an 803cc 6-speed engine with 73 horsepower and 49 foot-pounds of torque – perfect for getting yourself sideways. And paired with it is a Termignoni racing exhaust system (which is street-legal), a racing seat, and low variable cross-section handlebars that are as effective on the track as they are comfortable for day-to-day riding. If you’re looking for a killer flat track racing/street hybrid, the Full Throttle is it.

Learn More: Ducati

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