2016 Ducati Scrambler Icon
This custom 2016 Ducati Scrambler Icon was originally built for the One Motorcycle Show. You could say it's “turnkey,” but it actually uses a keyless RFID system with a remote fob. Visually, key components include a custom-painted gas tank with old-school Ducati logos, a custom Ducati-themed seat, handcrafted front and side numberplates (the front incorporating a projector-beam headlight array), an LED taillight and turn signals, and numerous powdercoated parts including the swingarm. Mechanically, the motor was treated to a hydraulically actuated Ducabike clutch with a clear cover, open timing belt covers, and a ceramic-coated exhaust capped by twin Akrapovic silencers. The chassis was treated to upgraded suspension consisting of an SB Racing shock with remote reservoir and a drop-in fork cartridge kit, plus a set of flatter handlebars and Ducabike rearsets, all rolling on a set of custom-built Alpina wide wheels (with red spoke nipples!) shod with Pirelli Scorpion Rallycross tires. Suffice it to say that the total build added up to $45K! This one-of-a-kind custom currently has just over 1200 miles on it, and was recently inspected by MotoCorsa’s world-class technicians and given a clean bill of health. Why go to the trouble of building a custom Scrambler yourself when this one is ready to go?
* Used bikes do not have warranty, but coverage can be purchased for additional cost.