To many bikers, the concept of one day owning a Ducati is a sexy fever dream filled with carbon fiber and race leathers—an epic fantasy where they’ve accrued enough experience to squeeze every last drop out of the 299++ km/h capable race bred machines.
In practicality, however, the average weekend warrior isn’t looking for a detuned superbike to buzz over to Starbucks or Genting Highland on a Sunday morning. This is why, for the past decade or so, Ducati’s been having its lunch eaten by the likes of Triumph and Honda in the entry level segment, that under RM50,000 market where most riders develop their lifelong addiction to the two wheeled lifestyle.
It’s a space they used to dominate until 1976, when the original Scrambler suddenly and mysteriously disappeared as the brand doubled down on racing.
But now, it’s back with style.
Ducati Scrambler is available for booking all Naza Ducati showrooms and Ducati authorized dealers nationwide or visit i-moto featured dealer: https://i-moto.my/featured-dealers/welly-world-sg-buloh
All Photos: Taken By Ducati On Location In Palm Springs