Ducati has again chosen the Verona Motor Show, The Motor Bike Expo 2016, to show the most spectacular preparations to some of their star models. In this case, the chosen bikes are the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2, new in its catalog in 2016 which has not yet reached the stores, and the Ducati Scrambler Icon.
The most striking is the Ducati Scrambler Peace Sixty2, created by the Italian maker Mr. Martini and noted for its fairing retro look, inspired by the more racing model from the 1960s. The seat upholstered in leather, the handlebars and the lighthouse give an impressive look, while with the chosen name has wanted to pay tribute to those affected by the attacks in Paris November 2015.
In the event of Verona you may also be enjoying the Ducati Scrambler Artika, work of the Dario Lopez studio, which is a modern version of what was the Ducati Pantah Ice in the late seventies. Pirelli tyres with nails for driving on ice protruding on the technical side, while the aesthetic is its yellow fluor color which predominates. The mechanics remains unchanged and serves the base of the Icon.
Finally, we discuss the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Revolution, about bobber aesthetics and with all its accessories made using traditional methods by Officine Mermaid. Highlights this preparation to be minimalist, with a car leather seat, support of the modified license plate and 17 inch wheels. Assembly height has been lowered, as often happens with this type of bobber bikes.
The Verona Motor Bike Show 2016 held this weekend, from 22 to 24 January, and surely will serve to allow other preparations really spectacular to see.