Ducati have unveiled three Scrambler-based customs that they will showcase at the 2016 Verona Motor Bike Expo " the Peace Sixty2, the Revolution and the Artika. Each bike is designed by a different builder and displays unique characteristics. The Scrambler Peace Sixty2 was designed by Verona-based builder, Nicola Martini, taking inspiration from a 1960s racing bike. The Peace Sixty2 gets a plexiglass dustbin-style fairing that highlights the Scrambler Sixty2’s stock headlight, a set of clip-on handlebars, a new sub-frame with a single seat and a Termignoni exhaust system.
The Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Revolution on the other hand gets a bobber-style makeover by Dario Mastroianni from Officine Mermaid. This Milan-based builder swapped the Scrambler Sixty2’s seats with a custom-made single leather seat, fitted new fork yolks and a new plate holder. The Revolution gets a neat matte black paint job with a contrasting dull gold detailing all around that gives it a nice old-school look. According to Ducati, the motorcycle is called the Revolution to, “highlight just how sweeping the changes to it have been.”
The Dario Lopez Studio, designed the Scrambler Sixty2 Artika around the 1970 Ducati Pantah Ice project " a motorcycle that raced in the Ice Trophy back then. The Artika retains the original fluorescent yellow colour scheme seen in the Pantah Ice with similar blue graphics all around. Unlike the other two bikes here, most of the Artika’s components get an aluminium finish. To top it off, Dario Lopez fitted the Scrambler Artika with a set of chunky Pirelli tyres with ice studs.
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