Two STUNNING Ducati Scrambler Concepts revealed

Ducati has launched two new concept models for the Ducati Scrambler, and they are both absolutely beautiful

Ducati Scrambler RR24I

Two new Ducati Scrambler concepts have been unveiled by the brand at the London Bike Shed MotoShow.

Each concept has its own flavour, with the first - CR24I - taking cafe racer inspiration, and the second - RR24I - taking on more of a dirt track look.

The CR’s look is completed by a 17-inch front wheel rim fitted with road tyres, and by the sporty clip-on handlebars with bar-end mirrors. Its tank-mounted wrap-around fairing “recalls icons of Ducati history such as the Pantah and the 750 SS,” Ducati says. Further, the seat can be made into a single-seat configuration by adding the pillion cover, and the company says the CR’s colours are “linked to the iconography of the British rockers of the 1960s.”

In comparison to the idyllic curves of the CR, the RR’s rugged tone “refers to the aesthetic canons of post-apocalyptic sagas of cinema and TV series,” according to Ducati. Its design is intended to be minimalistic, but there are also elements that emphasise the minimalism. The bike’s technical and functional pieces are left exposed, while the aluminium components are highlighted. Further, the tank covers are removed and replaced with a frame to attach a tank bag, and the same is true of the rear of the bike where the pillion seat is removable to add a luggage rack. A side case is on the left, while the right side is flanked by a Termignoni silencer. It wears Pirelli Scorpion Rally tyres on an 18-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel.
Both bikes are on display throughout this weekend’s London Bike Shed MotoShow, which runs from 24-26 May.

Both are mechanically unchanged from the Scrambler Next Generation models that launched in 2022, meaning an 803cc 90-degree V-twin producing 73bhp and 48lb ft, with KYB suspension front and rear and a tubular steel trellis frame.

Their unveiling comes just a week after Ducati revealed its Monster Senna special edition bike at Imola last weekend, dedicated to the three-times F1 World Champion who died at the Italian venue in 1994.

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