Ducati's Scrambler 1100 range adds two new models this March with the reveal of the 1100 Pro and the 1100 Sport Pro. The 1100 Pro features a two-tone color exterior with a steel Trellis frame, a rear aluminum subframe, and aluminum covers, all of which are finished in black. It will also feature a new right-side dual tailpipe, a low-slung plate holder, and a framed headlight that's inspired by the protective adhesive tape commonly seen in the 70s. The Sport Pro model retains all the features mentioned above but also adds an Öhlins suspension, low-slung handlebars, Café Racer-style rear-view mirrors, and a matte black exterior. Both bikes will feature a 1079cc engine, a 15L steel tank, an updated seat with a new coating, Ducati Traction Control, ABS Cornering, and three standard riding modes.
Ducati reveals its updated line of Scrambler motorcycles
The brand's most accessible bikes get even better.
Ducati adds more muscle to its Scrambler line with the new 1100
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