The Scrambler Motorcycle by Moto Di Ferro

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

While they might not be nearly as famous as some of the other bike builders we feature, the Italy based team at Moto Di Ferro proves they can hang with the best of them, pulling back the curtain on the aptly titled Scrambler.

What started out as a stock Kawasaki W800 has been converted into an all-terrain 2-wheeler equipped with a small tank, handlebars and off road tires meant for fun in the dirt. The raw looking, dark grey paint job has been offset nicely with the dark brown custom made leather seat. Although this is the first time we’ve featured a motorcycle built by Moto Di Ferro, we can already tell you this won’t be the last.

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