This scrambler bike is designed in order to attract every eye on the street.
It is powered by an air-cooled 1,079 cc engine L-twin engine, developing 83.5 hp (62.3 kW) at 7,250 RPM and 66 lb-ft (91 Nm) of torque at 4,750 RPM with a desmodronic distribution.
The front suspension on this bike has fully adjustable Marzocchi fork and a Kayaba monoshock on the rear, which is fully adjustable on the pre-load and rebound values. The Ducati 1100 Sport Pro has Ohlins suspension in front and rear, as a comparison.
The brakes on this bike are represented by dual Brembo 320 mm discs in the front wheel with four piston calipers and a 245 mm single disc with a single caliper piston for the rear wheel.
This model comes as standard with DTC (Ducati Traction Control system), Bosch cornering ABS (which you cannot switch off and it is not adjustable) and as well as three riding modes (active – full power of the engine is at your hand, journey – the engine is somewhat restricted, and city – suited for city driving and bad weather condition), LED front and rear lights, and LCD tachometer with gear/fuel/RPM/speed indicator.