Motodemic has been making a name for itself with handsome headlight conversion kits for a wide range of bikes. We’ve been oogling their kit for our Monster 821 build for some time and are constantly impressed with the quality bikes they put out. Often, the bikes they share photos of are customer bikes but Brad and the Motodemic crew built a tidy Ducati Scrambler of their own, and now it can be yours!
Based on a 2016 Scrambler Classic, the mods are subtle and tasteful. We really dig the stock paint of the Classic version of Ducati’s Scrambler – that ‘Sunburst Orange’ really pops – but the white custom paint really transforms the look of the bike.
An eliminated rear fender and SC-Project Conic 2-1 Low Mount Full System Exhaust add to the tracker look.
Up front, the bike is sporting Motodemic’s Adaptive LED Headlight conversion with Motogadget m-Blaze Pins (blinkers) front and rear.
To improve the Scrambler’s stance, the bike was fitted with Italia Independent Black Tapered Bar Riser and Renthal FatBar Tapered Handle Bars.
With under 1k miles on the clock, here’s a great opportunity to snag a tight little tracker, ready to rip!
Here’s what they had to share on the bike:
“The bike has been used for numerous photo and video shoots including being in the JW Speaker booth at SEMA last year and ridden on Kenny Roberts private flat track for some sweet sideways action. We are very careful with our bikes and they do not see a lot of usage. There isn’t any wear and tear because it has never been daily ridden or commuted. Pretty much a new bike with some excellent mods.
600 service done at California Speed Sports who can also help set you up for financing. All stock parts and takeoffs included. Reg good till 04/18.
If you have any questions about the bike feel free to ask. The bike can be seen at our facility in Tracy, CA pretty much any time.”‘
If you were already in the market for a new Ducati Scrambler, picking up this lightly used, and well modified example would be a no-brainer. Grab your $11k and get to Tracy, CA pronto!!
If you want to get in touch with Motodemic regarding the Scrambler, drop us a line here and we’ll pass it on.