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A subspecies of the Ducati Scrambler

Tue, 02 Dec 2014

While the motorcycle world is eagerly waiting for the new 2015 Ducati Scrambler to go on sale, Japanese Speedtractor customizers are reinventing their scrambler from a Bolognese brand donor. The motorcycle is based on the 1988 Ducati 750 Sport. The previous owner bought it in the mid-1990s to ride on the track, but after the first Sunday race, he parked the bike in the garage for several years for some reason. The first part that passed to a better world was the alloy wheels. In place of the old discs, they installed Akront rims, spoked on new hubs, as well as a new Brembo brake system. A WP monoshock increased rear suspension life, a 2-in-1 made of stainless steel took the place of the standard exhaust, a small trunk now flaunts at the end of the subframe, and a luxurious two-seat sofa right behind the tank.

By Azali Minyki

See also: Ducati Reveals Testastretta DVT Engine + Video, Ducati DVT – Desmodromic Valves Meet Variable Valve Timing?, Ducati Scrambler To Make American Debut At AIMExpo.