Ducati CR24I, RR24I Concepts Give the Scrambler a Fresh New Look

Ducati has revealed two new concept motorcycles at the London Bike Shed MotoShow. The technical details of the bespoke creations are currently unknown.

By Sanorita | on May 27, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Ducati has introduced the CR24I and RR24I bike concepts, based on the second-generation Scrambler, at the London Bike Shed MotoShow. The CR24I is modelled on the 1960s British Café Racer bike style, while the RR24I is simple and practical, borrowing reference from post-apocalyptic cinema and TV. Both are designed by Centro Stile Ducati. The unique concepts highlight the brand's commitment to freedom of expression. Although the Italian motorcycle manufacturer has not provided any information, it seems unlikely that the motorcycles will be produced and sold in our country. Keep reading to learn more about the intricate design of these motorcycles.

Ducati Scrambler RR24I

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Ducati Scrambler CR24I, RR24I Concepts: Design

The CR24I cafe racer concept has a tank-mounted fairing and a thin, wrap-around style reminiscent of legendary Ducati models such as the Pantah and 750 SS. It features a single-seat saddle with a detachable passenger cover, reminiscent of the famous 'panettone' saddles of 1970s racing bikes, streamlined clip-on handlebars with bar-end mirrors, and a 17-inch front rim with road tyres. It also has a striking paint scheme to entice fans of British rocker culture from the 1960s.

In contrast to the CR24I, the RR24I has a straightforward, practical appearance. Its look highlights the raw elements, particularly visible aluminium components, and technical characteristics. The bike's tank has a frame instead of a cover to accommodate a bag of goods.

The bike also has a removable passenger seat that can be used as a luggage rack, repurposed jerry cans mounted on the left side case at the back, and a high and short front mudguard. It also comes with Termignoni exhaust, and Pirelli Scorpion Rally tyres on 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels.

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Ducati Monster Gets New Iceberg White Colour Option

With prices of Rs 13.05 lakh and Rs 13.25 lakh (ex-showroom), the Ducati Monster and Monster+ are now offered in India in the new Iceberg White paint job. The front fender, tail section, and fuel tank are painted in a flawless white colour, while the red seat cover complements the look. The standard red paint choice costs Rs 10,000 less than the new colour option. The Ducati Monster competes with the Triumph Street Triple RS and the Kawasaki Z900 in the segment.

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