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The 2015 Ducati Scrambler Series Includes Four Awesome New Bikes

The 2015 Ducati Scrambler is a revival of the famed 1970s model, which achieved quite a degree of success in the United States at the time.

A total of four models were released as part of the new collection: Icon, Urban Enduro, Full Throttle, and Classic, none of which is really all that retro. Instead, these bikes seem to have been designed to look they would have it the series would have evolved naturally since the 70s until today.

All four bikes are equipped with an oil-cooled Desmodue L-twin two-valve 803cc engine derived from the Monster’s 796 motor, which outputs 75 hp at 8.250 rpm and 6.9 kg-m of torque at 5,750 rpm. They have an 88mm bore, a 66mm stroke, and have been redesigned to offer smooth acceleration throughout the rev range. Also, each model comes with own special logo, differentiating it from the others.

First, there’s the Icon, available in either 62 yellow or the company’s red livery, with a black frame and matching seat. It has a steel teardrop-shaped tank with interchangeable aluminum side panels, and 10 spoke alloy wheels sized at 18 inches on the front and 17 inches for the rear.

Then there’s the Urban Enduro, with a lively green paint-job, black frame and ribbed stitching pattern brown seat. As its name suggests, it is aimed at endurance enthusiasts, who are equally at home on city streets and country roads.

The Classic comes in an orange sunshine color, with a black frame and dedicated lozenge-type stitching pattern brown seats. Of the four models, it is the one with the most vintage vibe about it, with its front and rear metal mudguards, and black central striped fuel tank.

And finally, the Full Throttle, which is available in deep black with a matching frame, seat and fuel tank side covers; it is the most sporty and aggressive of the series, with its sports-style mudguard, low-slung type approved Termignoni slip-ons and tapered-diameter handlebars.

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