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You’ll notice the bike’s logo places more emphasis on the word “Scrambler” and less on “Ducati” — and the same can be said for the marketing material. Factor in the four variants and telling people about your new bike could turn into a genealogical exercise. ) We asked Arrick Maurice, marketing director of Ducati North America, to explain the labeling rationale. “The motorcycle make is ‘Ducati’ and the model is ‘Scrambler,’” he said. ” The decision to emphasize “Scrambler,” he adds, is a reflection of Ducati’s vision for the bike.
And at $14,295, it costs nearly $2,000 less than the Hypermotard SP. But the biggest difference is the Hyperstrada’s attitude, and its effect on yours. 8 lb-ft of torque), but Ducati has massaged the mill, made it mellower. The Hypermotard SP is the guy that flies off the handle and gets in a fight; the Hyperstrada the guy that almost gets in a fight, but is sensible enough to be talked down by his girlfriend. Its riding modes (Sport, Touring, and Urban) provide smoother, more refined engine response vs.
The sun is setting, the mood is mellow, and while cruising at 75 mph the bike is as easygoing as a SoCal surfer. Sure, the mill has to work for it a bit, but like most Ducati engines it appreciates the revs being kept up. 48 CYCLE CANADA And that’s where the Scrambler really surprises. When the curves tighten and the pace quickens, I expect our leader’s Panigale to slither off into the distance — but it simply doesn’t happen. Wring the Scrambler to its 9,000-rpm redline and it springs forward with urgency, the pull hard and steady, never peaky.