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JvB-moto Scrambler

Less is more in this modern interpretation of the classic scrambler-idea:
Simple, light, robust and good for any kind of road.

The classic Ducati scramblers of the 70´s were always extremely light, pure
and handy streetbikes, with the possibility to ride slightly offroad,
dustroads or sand.

Also with this bike it wasn´t the intention to build a pure offroad bike, but a
minimalistic allrounder, impressing with its usability, its lightness and
its minimalistic design.

Above all it is great fun to ride.
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This bike was built on the base of a Ducati Monster 1000ie.

Ducati`s aircooled motor with its unique character and its great sound is the perfect engine for this concept.
It gives the scrambler a great power to weight ratio .


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170kg wet with 12 litres fuel / 95 Desmo-bhp

To centralize the weight and to optimize the riding position, the battery was mounted under the seat. This allowed the fuel tank to become much shorter and more slim. J

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The tank, as well as all the other plastic parts,
were especially designed and manufactured from
reinforced carbon- and carbon/kevlar - fibre.

Every unnecessary weight was removed from the bike
and the ergonomics were adjusted.

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The result is this absolutely minimalistic design,
170kg with fuel and a handling, which is easier than on any
standard Ducati.

In the moment we don´t build any more scramblers.

JvB


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colour variation “LUCKY BASTARD”

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