Ducati Thailand has put our a number of handsome customs to date and they’re at it again, this time with a pretty cool, and very limited-edition Mike Hailwood-inspired Ducati Scrambler. This exclusive Ducati Scrambler Special Edition Mike Hailwood is inspired by the Ducati 900SS that Mike Hailwood rode to victory during his legendary Isle of Man comeback in 1978, eleven years after his retirement from motorcycle racing.
The bike is based on the Ducati Scrambler 800 and while the majority of the updates are in graphics and unique bodywork, the bike does get an Öhlins rear shock and Termignoni pipes, which is nice.
Here’s a breakdown of the bike’s unique features:
Nose fairing – The nose fairing and tinted screen were specially customized with the 70’s look to emphasize even more the unique style of this limited edition Scrambler Hailwood.
Fuel Tank and Frame – The Scrambler Hailwood finds a new form in its 14-liter steel tank and frame with the special paint in dynamic red livery that mimics Mike Hailwood® 900SS that he rode to his legendary comeback in 1978.