Ducati Has Two New Scramblers On the Way

Ducati Scrambler
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Ducati Scrambles Things Up Even More

The Ducati Scrambler is a well-loved machine by many riders. There are currently eight different versions of the bike. There’s the Icon, Cafe Racer, Desert Sled, Full Throttle, Sixty2, 1100, 1100 Special, and 1100 Sport. Ducati must have decided that eight was simply not enough, so it’s adding two more versions. 

According to EPA documents spotted by Morebikes, the company has a couple of new scramblers coming to the lineup. The two new models will be the 1100 Pro and 1100 Sport Pro. With that said, it’s a little unclear what the bikes will be. The 1100 Sport is already the performance version of the Scrambler. It would make sense if these new models were even more hardcore, but they have the same engine as the other bikes in the lineup.

That means that Ducati might just be making some bikes that are even more geared towards off-road terrain. That would make sense. The Ducati Scrambler has the goods to be a true off-road machine and a more off-road focused model would make sense, but then why two new bikes? Will it be varying degrees of the same formula or will the bikes be dramatically different from one another? Right now there are more questions than answers, but the one answer we do have is that there’s documentation that the bikes are coming. 


  1. Darren-p
    August 16, 2019

    I was looking at buying a new scrambler

    until I saw the dry weight figure

    is it made out of cast iron ?

    a 400cc v twin should be light and fun – but with that distinctive v twin rumble

    if it was sub 150kg I’d buy one tomorrow

    probably gonna be a Duke 690 for me
    shame the Japanese cant make a pretty yet lightweight road bike anymore.

  2. bestringtoness.com
    September 23, 2019

    We were expecting the Ducati Streetfighter V4, Ducati 959 Panigale V2 and the Ducati Multistrada but now there are also two new Ducati Scramblers on the way too

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