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Ducati presents the new Scrambler Mach 2.0, and there are already seven variants
Ducati presents the new Scrambler Mach 2.0, and there are already seven variants

The Wheels and Waves is one of those festivals in which the brands themselves dare to launch special editions, preparations on some of their models or as the case at hand today, a new model of the Ducati Scrambler which will join the list of the already known Full Throttle, Desert Sled, Café Racer, Sixty2, Icon and Classic. It's about the Mach 2.0 and some new graphics for the Full Throttle.

This new Ducati Scrambler Mach 2.0 could not be presented in a better place than in Biarritz, which hosts from June 14 to 18 one of the most anticipated meetings of the year for all fans of the universe that revolves around customizing the motorcycle.

With this there will be seven variants of the Scrambler

This new Mach 2.0 has its roots in the deep history that links the manufacturer of Borgo Panigale with the Scrambler. In the 1960s, specifically in 1965, Ducati launched the Mach 1 250 on the market, which had the same engine as the Scrambler 250 of the same period and now more than 50 years later, the Italian manufacturer has wanted to revive the myth.

Is about a stylish motorcycle, with conical low-tilt aluminum handlebar, an exclusive Flat Track Pro seat, black exhaust pipes and cylinder head, and cooling fins inherited from the Café Racer.

Its design and colors have been created by the well-known California preparer, Roland sands, which has been based on the Bell Cross Idol helmet from Ducati's 2017 Scrambler catalog and that presents colors that take us to the style that reigned on the West Coast back in the 70s.

With this new Mach 2.0, which is also powered by the same 803 cubic centimeters and 75 hp L-twin engine, the Scrambler family grows to seven members. For those of you who were thinking of buying one, it seems that Ducati has added one more variant to your equation to make a decision.

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