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Ducati introduces not one, but two new Scramblers for 2016

The Flat Track Pro and Sixty2

Two new Ducati Scramblers have just debuted in Milan - the Flat Track Pro and the Sixty2.

The bike above is the Flat Track Pro, which is based on the Scrambler Full Throttle.

The Flat Track Pro has a dedicated livery, seats and side panel along with a 'full throttle exhaust'. Ducati says it's the sportiest member of the scrambler family.

Ducati said in a press release:

On the new Flat Track Pro version, the self-expression at the heart of the Ducati Scrambler takes on a grittier, racier attitude. Inspired by the bike ridden in the American AMA Pro Flat Track 2015 Championship by Troy Bayliss and Johnny Lewis, the Flat Track Pro is the latest addition to the Ducati Scrambler range.

Based on the Scrambler Full Throttle, the Flat Track Pro version features an all-new Racing Yellow tank with two-tone painted side panels and a logo identical to the one on the bike that raced in the USA. The low tapered handlebars and an exhaust with low type-approved Termignoni Slip-on are the same as those on the Scrambler Full Throttle. The seat has been fully renewed with a rider-only design and yellow stitching. For the first time on a Ducati Scrambler, this bike features a side-mounted plate holder, while the nose fairing and short front mudguard, the same colour as the tank, are also unique to the Flat Track Pro version. Another high-prestige detail comes in the form of beautiful machined-from-solid rear-view.

The Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro has the same alloy wheels as the Full Throttle version plus the added feature of wheel rim piping the same colour as the tank. Moreover, the handgrips have been specially designed for this version. 

Numerous machined-from-solid parts highlight the racing spirit of the Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro. The footrests, sprocket cover, rear-view mirrors and front brake fluid filler cap come from the extensive Ducati Scrambler accessories catalogue, giving the Flat Track Pro an added touch of class.

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