Motorcycle juggernaut and tastemaker Ducati showed up at Intermot 2018 in Cologne, Germany with three new Scramblers in tow. The trio was presented to highlight the Italian brand’s “Joyvolution” campaign.
The new Café Racer, Full Throttle, and Desert Sled motorcycles all present the Ducati modern/classic look. All three new bikes share common denominators auto-off LED indicators, LED headlights with daylight running, Bosch Cornering ABS, and black painted engines. And all boast a powerful 6-speed 803cc L-Twin engine setup.
The Café Racer stands out from the rest, though, with a take on classic ’60s-era styling that is nostalgic but vibrant. Inspired by the Ducati 125GP Desmo, this bike features a dual tailpipe exhaust, aluminum mirrors, 17-inch spoked wheels, and the number “54” inscribed on each side in honor of racer Bruno Spiaggiari.
Similar in design to the flat track build Frankie Garcia rode at the 2018 Super Hooligan Championship, the Full Throttle features with black elements and bright yellow accents. In addition to a yellow tank, the bike has a dual-silencer exhaust, a sport tail piece, and an under-seat storage space.
Last, but not least, is the Desert Sled. The Sled features classic Americana vibe, with red-and-white styling, the adjustable Kayaba suspension, high mudguards, an engine skid pan, and an Off Road Riding Mode.
If any of these Scramblers have your mouth watering, stay tuned. Ducati will be announcing pricing and availability info soon.