Ducati Super Scrambler by Analog Motorcycles

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Looking to build an old Ducati that would rival the current day Triumph Scrambler is no easy task, but Tony Prust is no stranger to difficult builds. As the owner of Analog Motorcycles, the Chicago-based builder is responsible for some of the best builds we’ve stumbled across. Don’t believe us? We think one quick glance at this Ducati Scrambler will make you have a change of heart.

Don’t let the Analog name fool you, this beauty has been outfitted with everything it needs to compete on the modern day motorcycle landscape. The 2-wheeler is a completely new and rewired machine based on the 1975 Ducati GT850. It’s been outfitted with a front LED headlight and back turn signals, Fox shocks, front end sourced from a Triumph Tiger, rebuilt wheels, custom tank, custom exhaust and a rear custom luggage rack for those extra long trips on the open road. The bike’s light orange color, exposed engine design and Ducati branding are the ultimate finishing touches.

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