2021 Ducati scrambler nightshift A ride in the night.

2021 Ducati scrambler nightshift A ride in the night. 

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the Ducati Scrambler Nightshift, and the introduction of two new impressive colors: a sporty Ducati red on the Scrambler icon and “Sparking Blue”, supplemented by red and iceberg white paintwork for the Scrambler Desert Sled.


The design of this new prime example of the “Land of Joy” is characterized by its classic lines, into which some aggressive accents relating to the world of the custom garage have been inserted, such as the omitted rear fender.


The Scrambler Nightshift is equipped with wide and narrow handlebars, Cafè Racer mirrors and license plate holders in the style of a flat tracker.

The new, non-slip upholstery of the seat, together with the 200 mm fork travel and a protective grille for headlights as standard equipment, underline the true off-road character. For the model year 2021, all motorcycles in the Ducati Scrambler family meet the EURO 5 standard, which regulates pollutant emissions in all countries in which it applies.


The Ducati Scrambler Nightshift is a model that meets the needs of all those who are looking for a puristic and at the same time stylish motorcycle. A motorcycle that, as the name suggests, triggers the atmosphere of the night and a limitless feeling of freedom. 


The Scrambler Desert Sled, on the other hand, definitely changes its look with the introduction of the new “Sparking Blue” paintwork, with red and white details on the tank and fenders as well as gold rims. A homage to the enduro bikes of the 80s.


The most iconic Ducati Scrambler model, the Scrambler Icon, is introduced to the sporty Ducati Red Tank color scheme alongside the classic Ducati Scrambler Yellow with a black frame and black seat.

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