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Ducati are undeniably one of the icons of the motorcycling world.
They’ve launched a new bike – thankfully someone has been working through the lockdown to bring us some motoring joy.
Welcome to the new Ducati Scrambler 1100 Dark PRO, the entry model to the 1100 range of the “Land of Joy”.
Quoted from Ducati as “Made with the aim of fully transmitting some typical elements of the Ducati Scrambler brand, such as purity, essentiality and a sense of freedom…” the 1100 Dark PRO model is available in an interesting colour – called “Dark Stealth”. And this colour is the base for a customisation that indulges the creativity and personal taste of its owner.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 range is for those who want to travel – not only in the city, but also further afield, perhaps with a passenger. There’s a 1,079 cc engine, and it boasts a 15-litre tank.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 Dark PRO has the same iconic and original design as the other two models in the range, the Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO and Sport PRO.
It stands out from its “big brothers” for its matt black colour with natural anodized aluminium parts, as well as its customization with classic style rear view mirrors.
In terms of electronics, the new entry of the “Land of Joy” is equipped – just like the other models of the 1100 PRO family – with Ducati Traction Control (DTC), specially calibrated for this model, and ABS Cornering, which guarantees maximum safety and agility in all types of turns. In addition, the three standard Riding Modes (Active, Journey and City) also help less experienced motorcyclists to find the right balance in the use of electronic components, choosing their own riding style.
The new Ducati Scrambler 1100 Dark PRO is available in all Ducati dealerships and Scrambler Camps starting from the end of October 2020 in the UK with an SRP of £10,495.
I look forward to taking one out for a test drive shortly – please let me know your thoughts.
Written by: Steve
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