The new generation of Ducati Scramblers was introduced in 2015 to near universal acclaim. Ducati developed the model as a modern version of their much loved scramblers from the 1960s and ’70s, with familiar styling and a similar purpose.

When it comes to modern scramblers we typically think of the 865cc Triumph Scrambler, a model based on the Bonneville with some small accommodations made for light off-road use. The Ducati Scrambler was clearly developed to appeal to this same market, but the Italians went all-out and developed a road-biased dual sport motorcycle with better off-road chops than the British model.

Triumph have since responded with a far more aggressive 1200cc Scrambler, but in the meantime Ducati have sold well over 55,000 Scramblers of their own. There are a number of Scrambler model iterations in the Ducati line, the Scrambler Icon is the one best suited for urban use and the

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