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BY ANVIL MOTOCICLETTE
With the Special Scrambler R/T, Anvil Motociclette pays tribute to a motorcycle that few remember but that in the 1970s performed honourably alongside the range of Scrambler models offered by Ducati.
The Ducati R/T (Road and Track), cousin of the Scrambler, was developed for the American market and was initially intended for motocross. Later it was also used as a regular bike.
It had a short racing life, in 1971 participating in the six-day Isle of Man competition. It was a rough, austere and essential motorcycle with a line that perfectly reflected the Anvil style thanks to a front end opening that was just right for the sweeping American deserts.
Ducati have never been so suited to off-road . Acceptable choice, because now the bikes looking (and the skills) off road are all the rage. The Multistrada 1200 Enduro will not stay long one, because in Borgo Panigale, the process of "endurizzazione" of the range is not yet finished and the Saloni 2016 will see yet another creature created to satisfy the desire for versatility and to amplify the concept of " motorcycle without borders ". The transformation of the object will be the Scrambler 800, used as a base to build a Enduro version , characterized by all the changes necessary to drive smoothly on the roads that have never known the asphalt.
(website autotranslation from Italian)
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Nice story on learning to ride featuring Ducati.net VP "DevyDucati" Devonne Duerbaum in the photos...
The side panel matches the frame, something the Ducati provided photo above doesn't really show. It's striking and I look forward to seeing it out of the nightclub lighting and on a dealer showroom floor!
On the one hand, the idea that Ducati thinks people are so dumb that they can’t tracker-ize the regular Scrambler is pretty insulting. On the other hand, this Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro is pretty damn cool. This one got lost in the new bike fray of EICMA a bit, but is well worth taking a gander at.
Okay, so it might be more mountain bike than motorbike, but this funky ‘Fat’ e-bike, built under licence by Italwin, is still a Ducati – of sorts.
The latest in a long line of Italwin Ducati e-bikes, the chunky-wheeled Fat Scrambler, with it s 4-inch tyres should make mincemeat of the daily urban grind, its 250W / 400WH motor helping to get you off the line, and propelling you up nasty inclines with a leg-saving dose of electrickery. When the going gets easy you can employ your legs to keep up momentum. There are six different levels of power assistance, so that you can select the right amount of pedalling help for the conditions, and your lung capacity.
This may not quite be the full Scrambler package, but it borrows the paintjob and styling from the Scrambler Urban Enduro, and will probably be better down your local green-lane, or urban playground.
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