In the spirit of the ’60s motorcycle revolution, the 2020 Scrambler Cafe Racer Ducati is the Scrambler rendition of the classic ’60s motorcycles. Ducati Scrambler Café Racer is reminiscent of the 125GP Desmo thanks to its Silver Ice Matt paint job and blue frame.
The “Ton-Up Boys” of the Rocker movement were a group of forward-thinking young motorcyclists in London in the 1960s who set up their motorcycles to win the dash from one café to another (each race was supposed to last as long as a Juke Box track).
Following this event, café racing became a worldwide phenomenon.
A particular style binds the Ducati Scrambler to the Café Racer movement.
The Ducati Scrambler Café Racer reinterprets one of motorcycle history’s most important movements.
On this more-Scrambler-than-ever variant, Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tires (120/70 ZR 17 at the front and 180/55 ZR 17 at the back) play a crucial role, as well as providing plenty of room for personalization.
The aluminum rear-view mirrors, mounted on the handlebar ends, have a ’60s racing flair. The performance of a contemporary radial front brake pump matches that of a sports bike.
With its twin tailpipe and black anodized aluminum cover, the nose fairing and its short mudguard are apparent nods to the motorcycles that raced along British streets in the 1960s. Bruno Spiaggiari’s number 54 is emblazoned on the lateral number holders.
2020 Scrambler Cafe Racer Ducati – Features and Specs
The debut of the variant that best symbolizes the essentiality of this legendary motorcycle’s simplicity, two wheels, a wide handlebar, and plenty of fun completes the Ducati Scrambler family. Scrambler Icon Dark is Ducati Scrambler’s entry point into the “800” model lineup. If you are interested in customizing your bike, it is a beautiful place to start, owing to the wide variety of unique accessories and clothing available to match the bike’s “Matte Black” tank and fenders.
It is the darkest version of the Ducati Scrambler Icon, including the Full Throttle, Café Racer, and Desert Sled. Diesel engines have been replaced with gasoline engines in the Ducati Scrambler model line-up.
The Ducati Scrambler® is a nonconformist, cheap, and necessary motorcycle. New Ducati Scrambler is more modern, comfortable, and safe, allowing even more unfettered “Land of Joy” pleasure!
Cool New Features
Explore the most recent Scrambler® model. Thanks to its modern design, a renowned bike has been given a fresh lease of life as a thoroughly modern ride.
DRL/Glass Lens Headlight with High-Quality LED Lighting – Turn signals with LEDs.
Ducati Multimedia System ready to enhance the ride. Fuel level and chosen gear indication have been updated. New controls for the handlebar switch. Control of the hydraulic clutch using a lever that may be adjusted.
Security is enhanced thanks to Bosch Cornering ABS, which has two channels.
Style, independence, and anarchy. The new, unedited Scrambler Café Racer unites the Café Racer spirit with the Scrambler soul, one of the most impactful movements in motorcycle history. And the Land of Joy is set for another revolution with the new “Silver Ice Matt” color.
Brand New Graphics – Inspired by the 125 GP Desmo.
Pirelli Diablo Rosso III tires – 120/70 ZR 17 on the front and 180/55 ZR 17 on the rear.
It has a 60’s style bar-end mirror made of aluminum. Passenger Covered Seat – New Blue Seat – Passenger Covered.
2020 Scrambler Cafe Racer Ducati – Technical Specifications
|Type||L-Twin, Desmodromic distribution, two valves per cylinder, air-cooled|
|Bore x stroke||88 x 66 mm|
|Power||54 kW (73 hp) @ 8,250 rpm|
|Torque||67 Nm (49 lb-ft) @ 5,750 rpm|
|Fuel injection||Electronic fuel injection, 50 mm throttle body|
|Exhaust||Exhaust system with single stainless steel muffler, aluminum silencer cover, catalytic converter, and two lambda probes|
|Consumption – Emissions||5,0 l/100 km – 117 g/km|
|Ratio||1=32/13 2=30/18 3=28/21 4=26/23 5=22/22 6=24/26|
|Primary drive||Straight cut gears, Ratio 1,85:1|
|Final drive||Chain, Front sprocket 15, rear sprocket 46|
|Clutch||Hydraulically controlled slipper and self-servo wet multiplate clutch|
|Frame||Tubular steel Trellis frame|
|Front suspension||Upside down Kayaba 41 mm fork|
|Front-wheel travel||150 mm (5,9 in)|
|Front-wheel||Spoked aluminum wheel 3,50″ x 17″|
|Front tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso III – 120/70 R17|
|Rear suspension||Kayaba rear shock, pre-load adjustable|
|Rear-wheel travel||150 mm (5,9 in)|
|Rear-wheel||Spoked aluminum wheel 5,50″ x 17″|
|Rear tire||Pirelli Diablo Rosso III – 180/55 R17|
|Front brake||Ø330 mm disc, radial 4-piston caliper with Bosch Cornering ABS as standard equipment|
|Rear brake||Ø245 mm disc, 1-piston floating caliper with Bosch Cornering ABS as standard equipment|
Dimension and Weight
|Wheelbase||1.436 mm (56.5 in)|
|Trail||93.9 mm (3.7 in)|
|Total steering lock||35°|
|Fuel tank capacity||13.5 l – 3.57 gallon (US)|
|Dry weight||180 kg (396.8 lb)|
|Wet weight||196 kg (432 lb)|
|Seat height||805 mm (31.7 in)|
|Max height||1.066 mm (41 in) (brake reservoir)|
|Max width||875 mm (34,5 in)|
|Max length||2.090 – 2.160 mm (82,3 – 85,0 in) (with optional)|
|Number of seats||Dual seat|
|Warranty||24 months unlimited mileage|
|Maintenance service intervals||12,000 km (7.500 mi) / 12 months|
|Valve clearance check||12,000 km (7.500 mi)|