We have been hearing about the rumours for years, and we even saw plenty of spy pictures, but now all the hype around Ducati's plans of a retro bike can be laid to rest because the Italian bike maker has finally revealed the Ducati Scrambler. The Scrambler is a bold step by Ducati to bring back the once popular bike from the 60s. This bike pays homage to the original as we can see from its retro design.
The Scrambler, although has been built completely from scratch, is fitted with the 803cc air cooled motor from the Monster 796. Ducati has modified the engine, which now offers 75bhp. Together with the retro styling of the fuel tank, the bike features a bespoke chassis, unique upside down forks, single shock, new swingarm, new wheels and advanced LED front and rear lights, and there is also a two-channel ABS.
There will be four different variants of the Ducati Scrambler that will be available, and each of them will come with a variety of customisation options. There is no news on which markets the Scrambler will be available in.