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Ducati Scramber (2014 new production)
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Ducati Scramber (2014 new production) - August 29, 2013, 06:54 PM

Sorry no "real" pics, and no it's not my build. Just thought I'd share. This says scrambler and gives a mid 700cc engine so it's not a repost of the 1198 monster.

Ducati Scrambler well underway - | Motorbike reviews | Latest Bike Videos | MCN


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August 29, 2013, 06:58 PM

Well shit.

I do believe i'll have to get a ducati


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Sucks if this turns out better than my build... Then I will have an old bike and everyone else will be rocking a 2014/15 legit scrambler aka "the new hawtness".


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Sucks if this turns out better than my build... Then I will have an old bike and everyone else will be rocking a 2014/15 legit scrambler aka "the new hawtness".
Dude, your build is gonna be awesome purely by virtue of it being a BUILD, and not some shit straight off a showroom floor.





Man. First bike I ever fell in love with was one of those old 60s ducati scramblers


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I agree on being unique. Love not having something that's mass produced (or altered enough to stand on its own).

Guess I was just whining about Ducati copying me. (In terms of timing)


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October 4, 2013, 07:40 AM

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Leaked Online: 2014 Ducati Scrambler Spy Photo - RideApart
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that is ugly as shit


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its a test mule


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the 899 test mule looks at about 99% of the production bike..


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A&R:

Getting our first look at the 2014 Ducati Scrambler, we are finally able to draw some definitive answers to the earlier speculation, namely that the Italians have chosen to mount one of their air-cooled v-twin motors for the machine.
Likely the same 803cc v-twin found in the Monster 796, the engine has been mated to trellis frame with a double-sided swingarm, and we can also see that the Ducati Scrambler here has a traditional 17″ rear wheel, while it looks to be sporting a spoked 19″ wheel up front.

The seat appears to be a flat, single-piece, “banana” seat, with the fuel tank elongated for that unique scrambler style. The overall fit and finish is clearly lacking from this photo, but if the radially mounted Brembo calipers are any indication, Ducati does not plan on making the Scrambler a budget model, which had been rumored previously.

With only a few more months until the EICMA show, we won’t have to wait long to find out all the details of Ducati’s new bikes. Stay tuned loyal Ducatisti.


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That headlight looks like a streetfighter piece without the surround...


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So...the lawyer question in me--how did Ducati trademark the name "Scrambler" when Triumph has made a Scrambler for several years?
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There have been so many bikes with the "scrambler" name going back to the 60's, so I doubt Triumph owns the name.
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