The Ducati Scrambler’s success story is now an all so known one. But the Italian motorcycle maker is showing no signs of slowing down. After recently launching a wide range of lifestyle accessories for the Scrambler, Ducati has now introduced a range of upgrades and accessories for its latest machine.
The accessory range consists of customisation option, add-ons and performance modification that would increase the performance of the 803 cc air-cooled V-twin. There are three Termignoni exhausts to choose from, out of which one is a full system and the remaining two slip-ons. The other options in the new catalog are parts that increase the appeal of the motorcycle via customisations.
The list of customisable options include new replacement tank panels, carbon fibre short mudguard, heated grips, off-road handlebars and cross-bars, off-road footpegs, new licence plate bracket, new dual tone seat, a headlight protector and many more. Also included in the catalog are some touring panniers and a motorcycle cover for the Scrambler.
What Ducati has effectively done is create a highly customisable platform with their Scrambler and are now providing customisation options for the machine that were earlier provided by custom bike builders. These options working in a random mix and match will create countess styles for the motorcycle, assuring that no two Scramblers look the same.
And all this, in just the first year of the Scrambler’s launch tells us that there is much much more to come.