Ducati Unveils Three Revised Scramblers at Intermot

Rennie Scaysbrook | October 2, 2018

Ducati Unveils Three Revised Scramblers at Intermot—Ducati unveiled three revised Scrambler models at the Intermot Show in Cologne, Germany, today, in the Café Racer, Full Throttle and Desert Sled.

Ducati Unveils Three Revised Scramblers at Intermot

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Ducati’s four new Scramblers for 2019 left to right: Desert Sled, Cafe Racer, Full Throttle, Icon. We rode the Icon in Italy recently and will have a full test for you soon.

Although not entirely new models, the three get a series of updates including Cornering ABS as a standard feature.

Full Throttle

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Frankie Garcia’s racebike for the people in the revised Scrambler Full Throttle.

Starting with the Full Throttle, the yellow and black design is closely styled on Frankie Garcia’s Scrambler he raced during the National Superhooligan Championship this year. There’s a new passenger seat cover with a paintjob mirroring that of the gas tank, new front mudguard, side-mounted number plate holders with a white trim and Termignoni exhaust homologated for road use.

Cafe Racer

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Ducati pays homage to the 125 GP Desmo racebike with the number 54 of Bruno Spiaggiari.

The Café Racer gets a beautiful silver and blue color scheme in the same guise as the legendary 125 GP Desmo racebike with the number 54 in honor of then Ducati rider Bruno Spiaggiari. Ducati has also fitted new 17-inch spoked wheels, new radial front brake master-cylinder, black anodized fork stanchions and a revised exhaust with the dual tailpipe in black.

Desert Sled

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The Desert Sled gets a new color scheme for 2019.

The Desert Sled comes in for styling cues only, with a new White Mirage with red frame and spoked wheels with black rims. The ABS now has an Off Road map to disengage the ABS action on the rear, there’s a new, taller seat, new tapered handlebars, and the tank’s interchangeable side-panels are a little larger, much like the Scrambler Icon.

Rennie Scaysbrook | Road Test Editor Rennie Scaysbrook is our Road Test Editor. A lifetime rider, the Aussie made the trek across the Pacific to live the dream in the U.S. of A. Likes puppies and wheelies.