Analog Motorcycles Custom 1975 Ducati Super Scrambler

The bike that inspired the recent Ducati rebirth, only way better

In 2014 Italian motorcycle maker Ducati re-introduced the Scrambler, offering a contemporary take on their long discontinued, mid 1970s enduro design. The reboot has been an overwhelming success—and for good reason, we can't wait to get back on one—and will continue to be for some time. But there's nothing that beats the original.

Highlighting the best and improving the worst of the original design, Analog Motorcycles' custom 1975 Ducati GT860 Super Scrambler is just about as rad as it gets in the world of low cc vintage adventure bikes. The fully modded bike is a total upgrade. The original front end has been swapped for that of a Triumph Tiger, sub-frame shortened for a more nimble wheel-based, the engine rebuilt and exhaust custom engineered, and of course a custom luggage rack with handmade bedroll and ditty bag. In short, this is the bike of our dreams.

Read the rest of the impressively long list of mods and custom bits at Analog Motorcycles.

images courtesy Analog Motorcycles

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