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Ducati Unveil Revamped Scrambler Models

By Paul Joseph

Legendary Italian motorbike makers Ducati have updated their popular Scrambler range with two eye-catching new models.

The Scrambler 1100 Pro and 1100 Sport Pro form part of Ducati’s new Pro range for its Scrambler 1100 line-up and feature updated graphics, new exhaust, new seat trim and a shorter rear fender.

Refreshing the Scrambler portfolio, the new Scrambler 1100 Pro features a new two-tone “Ocean Drive” colour scheme which comes in conjunction with a steel trellis frame and a rear aluminium subframe, both finished in black.

The tailpipes have moved to a traditional Ducati arrangement with dual cans stacked on the right side of the motorcycle.

In addition to that, the Scrambler 1100 Pro gets a low-slung registration plate holder and a black metal “X” insert inside the headlight.

The second model of the range, the Scrambler 1100 Sports Pro, gets all the above features and comes with a few extras to position it as the range-topping variant. It gets a 48mm Öhlins front fork in place of the standard 45 mm Marzocchi and a matching Öhlins monoshock that replaces the Kayaba unit.

Additionally, it comes with low-slung handlebars, cafe racer-style rear-view mirrors, and a matte black exterior, along with a prominent ‘1100’ sticker on the fuel tank.

Pricing for the Scrambler 1100 Pro and 1100 Sport Pro has not yet been announced, but both models are set to arrive in Ducati dealerships by this spring.

Ducati was founded in Bologna, Italy in 1926.

By Paul Joseph