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60 Years of Scrambler Ducati

The Scrambler was designed following a request from the Berliner brothers who owned the Berliner Motor Corp, a US distributor for several European motorcycles including Ducati, Moto Guzzi, Norton and Zundapp. The brothers requested a bike that would suit the tastes of the American bikers. The first Scrambler, which embodied the non-conformist and rebellious spirit of the 60's/70's went into production in 1962 until 1975 and the bike was an immediate success when it launched!

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Ducati Scrambler Timeline from 1962

More about the Scrambler life

The first Scrambler model is universally recognised as the collision between European and American styling. A motorcycle that defined an era and became a huge Ducati motorcycle milestone. Although the first Scrambler model (250cc Scrambler) started off incredibly strong, the market quickly became power-hungry over the years, so bigger capacity engines were produced to supply the demand


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Ducati released a new set of larger capacity motorcycles over the coming years, including a 350cc and then a 450cc. They also experimented with a 125cc variation of the original motorcycle, however, this wasn't filling the rider's need for speed so was quickly put to rest. Then the last of the original Scrambler line came to an end in 1976 when the last of the 450cc motorcycles were produced.


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In 2014 Ducati decided to relaunch the Scrambler project with a brand new model, featuring a much larger capacity engine and several other features. Since arriving on the market, the Scrambler has become a new top contender in the Scrambler category.

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The Scrambler Ducati range is now larger than ever with 800cc models and 1100cc models perfect for every type of scramble rider. Check out the range using the button below:

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