Three custom motorcycles based on the recently unveiled Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 have been showcased at the Verona Motor Bike Show in Italy. The custom models demonstrate the compact sportsbike’s ability to adopt a variety of modifications.
The Ducati Scrambler Peace Sixty2 is a 60’s style cafe racer built by Mr. Martini of Verona. The custom bike features an aerodynamic full fairing with eccentrically placed circular headlamp, single piece cafe racer tailpiece with bespoke red leather seat, Termignoni exhaust system and low-set clip-on handlebar. The color theme and decal pays homage to Ducati’s racing heritage.
The second custom Scrambler Sixty2 goes by the name Revolution and is created by Officine Mermaid’s Dario Mastroianni. The motorcycle sits on 17-inch front and rear wheels to achieve a low-slung stance. The stripped down Scrambler is characterized by new fork yokes, exposed Desmodromic belt drive and a single leather seat.
The Scrambler Sixty2 Artika comes from the Dario Lopez Studio. Inspired by the Ducati Pantah ice racer of 1970’s, the Artika is designed to head out in snow. The fluorescent yellow paintjob combined with bright blue accents enhance visibility in snow while the purposeful tyres ensure optimum traction.
The Scrambler Sixty2 is powered by a 399 cc Desmodromic air-cooled engine which puts out 41 PS and 34.6 Nm of torque. Targeting the A2 license holders in Europe, the Sixty2 has a starting price of USD 6,900 (around INR 4.68 lakhs). Ducati is likely to launch in India at a later stage.