Ducati Scrambler R/T by Anvil Motociclette

   

Using the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2, Anvil Motociclette created this modern reinterpretation of the Ducati Scrambler's of the 70s. 

"We wanted to pay tribute to this brilliant glory of Ducati, reinterpreting it in a modern key, as if modern motocross had taken a hard turn
somewhere, bringing back certain stylistic quirks from the 1970s" said Marco and Phonz.

Keeping the 400 cc engine and part of the front frame everything else got remodeled in-house.

The original alloy rims were replaced with two 21" and 19" modern motocross spoke rims, adapted to two shortened Kayaba forks to give the right proportions to the bike.

The tank reflects the original shape of the 1970s model, modified to perfectly fit the modern frame.

The handlebar recall the classic shapes of those used in the competitions held in the California deserts, and the whole standard braking system was replaced with a Brembo floating calliper and 250 mm front disc on the front and a fixed 220 mm disc on the back.

The seat was designed and built along the lines of the original model.

The rear wheel is housed in a new swinging arm redone in a manner that is more classic than the original, to which are attached two twin-tube shock absorbers specifically designed for this bike.

The whole bike has a simple and clean design, everything is reduced to a minimum and there is nothing left of nonessential. The livery is black and white as Anvil tradition!

The bike is numbered 53 -  "That's how many days we took to customise it!"