The Ducati Scrambler Accessory Catalog Is Full of Neat Upgrades

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It was only a matter of time until Ducati unveiled a full range of accessories for their highly-popular Scrambler machine. The launch of the four Scrambler version literally took the European markets by storm, and the bike quickly became Italy's bestselling motorcycle.
Ducati's approach was consistent with the whole teasing campaign, so Borgo Panigale's first step in the accessory market was also centered on lifestyle, and therefore, apparel.

Still, gearheads and tech-happy customers didn't have to wait for too long until their demands were also met in the hardware department. Ducati's aftermarket accessory catalog comprises a wide range of parts to personalize each Scrambler in multiple ways.

Function meets style

As the Scrambler epitomizes the new Ducati lifestyle, it is only natural to see that each and every catalog entry retains the same fashion-aware attribute. If anything, the three Termignoni exhaust options are probably the least fashion-focused pieces on the list.

Still, this doesn't mean that Ducati and Termignoni haven't carefully worked together to deliver exhausts that integrate with all Scramblers to perfection. Every accessory was carefully designed and adapted to the purpose. For example, simply watching the neat shapes of the aluminium belly pan and thinking about how rocks, mud and all sorts of road or trail debris would start ruining it almost feels painful.

All in all, there is hardly one of the major "departments" for which any bike usually receives upgrades left uncovered. Scrambler customers can choose from different luggage systems, both "urban" and enduro, they can choose different seats, various tank side panels in metal, carbon and even with camo paint, aluminium spoked rims, racing headlight fairing and a tall enduro-like front fender.

A shorty carbon fender is also on the list, alongside a host of CM machined billet parts. Cue aluminium fenders, serrated pegs, heated grips, off-road handlebars and cross-bars, plus more are available to help customers transform their Scrambler of choice into their dream bike. Check out for the whole aftermarket offer. And make sure to check out this video in case you were wondering why you should add a Termignoni exhaust to the Scrambler.
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