We bring you this Ducati Scrambler 250 for various reasons, first of all being, to introduce this rare remake to all Ducati and Ducati Scrambler 250 owners, if we may say so; to quench the whole dirt fandom’s thirst that admire Ducati Scrambler and last but not the least, the photographers who are a huge Matt Jones’s fans. Tip us if we’re wrong about (few of) you may be, that you must’ve seen a version of this already in the past. Well, then the best thing is that this update comes with two halves as far as this and the previous version of the bike goes. The common aspect being, the earlier and this one is built by Bryan Fuller of FullerMoto; while the difference is, this time the magic-hands-on-camera of Matt Jones add more colours to the already gorgeous ‘Super Duc’ who fascinated to capture this machine and make us lucky.
For a quick ephemeral, this machine, known as the ‘Super Duc’ was picked up by Bryan and following changes were made to name a few, including the engine overhaul at DesmoPro. One of which you must’ve noticed already (after looking closely) is that the wheelbase has increased because Fuller decided to stretch it by two inches, now with a new custom-made chain guide and chain tensioner. The long awaited Penton tank with Italian White, Red and Black theme suited the pin-stripes and the perforated black leather seat. What’s more? Take a look and you’ll know more.