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DUCATI SCRAMBLER Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 12
First production year: 1962
 

2020 - Present

The new Ducati 1100 Pro is the little brother of the Ducati 1100 Sport PRO. 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 Ma...




 

2020 - Present

Ducati 1100 sport PRO is a new era scrambler motorcycle, with stunning looks and crazy design, specific to the Italian manufacturer, just as everyone should expect. Powering the motorcycle is an air-cooled L-twin 1079 cc engine with 83.5 hp (62.3 kW) at 7250 RPM and 66.7 lb-ft (90.5 Nm) of torque at 4750 RPM, and also featuring a desmodromic distribution. It has a special design of the valve ...




 

2018 - Present

The 2018 Ducati Scrambler 1100 comes with advanced outfitting and equipment. Three Riding Modes and the Ducati Traction Control assure you maximum freedom and easy riding while the ABS Cornering Bosch and 320 mm double disc lets you enjoy the generous torque of the new 1079 cu.




 

2017 - Present

The Scrambler Classic 2017 version is aimed at those who appreciate attention to detail and 1970s style, but who don’t want to compromise on riding pleasure and the functionality of a modern bike. It is characterised by unique, refined details, such as the aluminium front and rear mudguards.




 

2017 - Present

The Scrambler Icon 2017 is the starting point from which to express yourself. It is characterised by its comfortable riding position and steel teardrop tank with interchangeable aluminium side panels. The 790 mm seat height ensures comfort for both the rider and passenger. Stand-out features include the wide handlebar, the headlight with glass lens and LED guide-light, and the Dual Sport wheels.




 

2017 - Present

The Ducati Scrambler Café Racer reinterprets what was one of the most influential movements in the history of motorcycling, recreating a legend with a contemporary character reflecting the essence of the Scrambler.




 

2017 - Present

The Desert Sled replaces the Urban Enduro variation for 2017, and represents a step further towards true off-road capability for the Scrambler. The frame has been reinforced for off-road duty, and a new aluminum swingarm is longer and stronger than that used on the other Scrambler 800 models. Like the other 2017 Scrambler models, the Desert Sled’s 803cc L-twin, air-and-oil-cooled engine is E...




 

2016 - Present

The Scrambler Icon is the starting point from which to express yourself. It is characterised by its comfortable riding position and steel teardrop tank with interchangeable aluminium side panels. The 790 mm seat height ensures comfort for both the rider and passenger. Stand-out features include the wide handlebar, the headlight with glass lens and LED guide-light, and the Dual Sport wheels. An a...




 

2016 - Present

Ducati Scrambler was built by Ducati from 1962 until 1974, especially for the American market. The Scramble was introduced at the 2014 Intermot Motorcycle Show with sales for the US starting in 2015, in seven different configurations: 803cc Classic, Urban Enduro, Icon, Flat Track Pro, Full Throttle, Italia Independent, and the 399cc Sixty2. As of 2017, Ducati made available six different variati...




 

2016 - Present

The Ducati Scrambler was a series of single-cylinder motorcycles produced in 250cc,350cc, and 450cc displacements by Ducati, for the American market from 1962 until 1976. The Ducati Scramble 800 is a motorcycle manufactured by Ducati, presented in 2014 at World Ducati Week in Milano and Intermot, and sold ever since. On all models of Scramble, the aspirated engine, frame, swingarm, fork, and br...




 

2016 - Present

The Ducati SIXSTY2 model is a Naked bike manufactured by Ducati. In this version sold from year 2016, the dry weight is 167.0 kg (368 pounds) and it is equiped with a L-Twin cylinder, Desmodromic distribution, 2 valves per cylinder, air-cooled motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 41 HP (30.2 kW) 8750 RPM and a maximum torque of 34.6 Nm (3.5 kgf-m) 8000 RPM.




 

1962 - 1978

The Scrambler was primarily intended for the American market. It underwent continual modification until 1968, when the true Scramblers with "wide-casing" engines were brought out, first in the 250 and 350 versions and then, in 1969, the 450.