Ducati presents two jaw-dropping Scrambler concepts


Ducati presented in London, during the 2024 London Bike Shed MotoShow, two Scrambler concepts that will leave any fan of the brand with their mouths watering.

One of the models, called CR24I, has a more pure Café Racer style, with a fixed front fairing that hugs the fuel tank. The round headlight complements this fairing very well and is reminiscent of the MV Agusta Superveloce.

According to the company, the lines of this concept were inspired by British motorbikes from the 60s, where riders challenged each other to take a ride around the block, before the music on the jukebox ended.

ducati scrambler concept

This bike is a true masterpiece ready for racing, at least urban. It has a single seat, street tires, low clip-on handlebars and bar-end mirrors.

The second model, called RRC24I, is completely the opposite. Minimalist, it brings a lot of simplicity and just the ideal to the bike, leaving aside less important items, such as fuel tank fairings, side panels, and even fenders. There is a small piece at the front, but we believe it shouldn’t be of any use.

Thus, it was inspired by the style of post-apocalyptic sagas portrayed in cinema and TV series. Despite this, it maintains a modern Termignoni exhaust that completes the look.

ducati scrambler concept

On this bike, the tires used are Pirelli Scorpion Rally, fully capable of tackling any type of terrain. In other words, the RR24I is practically a battle tank.

Anyway, there is no information whether one day these concepts will become a production motorcycle. For now, we can just enjoy the beautiful images.

photos: Ducati

ducati scrambler concept

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