This ’70s Throwback Ducati Scrambler Is the Grooviest Bike We’ve Ever Seen
Far out, man.
With scrambler models crowding the market, Ducati has partnered with Roland Sands Design to create the Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0, a ’70s California cool-themed ride featuring the colors and vibe of that era to provide a unique flavor for Scrambler buyers.
In addition to the groovy earth-tone stripes, the Scrambler Mach 2.0 features a low variable cross-section aluminum handlebar, Flat Track Pro dedicated seat, black exhaust cover and engine heads and Café Racer brushed engine cooling fins.
The Sands styling work bears his company’s signature, with the “RSD” initial logo on Mach 2.0’s flanks.
Mechanically, the stock Scrambler’s 73-horsepower air-cooled V-twin engine is still in place providing motivation.
That engine mounts in Ducati’s steel trellis frame, with Kayaba inverted 41 mm fork, Kayaba rebound-adjustable shock and 18-inch cast aluminum wheels with Pirelli rubber.
All this cool style can be yours, if you bring $10,595 to your local Ducati dealer.