I have a 2016 Ducati Scrambler Urban Enduro which I have modified with a few bits I pick up over the months.
Ducati describe the UE as “the ideal companion with which to get around urban obstacles with agility, but also to reach new places, riding on the less travelled roads.” Works for me!
The UE was only produced for a short period of time before being replaced in the range by the more off-road focussed Desert Sled.
Personally, I prefer the look of the UE (I even put a deposit down on a Sled but cancelled as I wanted to keep the UE). I like the military look. The green suits the style I like and the accesories that the UE has vs the other bikes in the Scrambler range give me the base look I wanted. Each to their own of course. The beauty of the Ducati Scrambler is that you can customise it so much –
Mine started life in July 2016 looking like this –
And she looks beautiful just as she is….. But I like to tinker and now she looks like this –
And the chances are I will not keep this page upto date and she will look different again – although I am pretty happy with where she looks in the picture above.
Check out the latest Instagram pics to keep up to date with the many coats she (and I) wear.
More about the Ducati Scrambler
|ENGINE TYPE||Air-cooled L-Twin, 2 valves per cylinder, air-cooled|
|BORE & STROKE||88.0 x 66.0 mm|
|POWER||75 hp at 8250 rpm|
|TORQUE||50 lb.-ft. at 5750 rpm|
|FUEL INJECTION||EFI, 50mm throttle body|
|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 spocket 15, rear sprocket 46|
|CLUTCH||APTC wet multiplate with mechanical control|
|FRAME||Tubular steel trellis frame|
|TOTAL STEERING LOCK||35°|
|FRONT SUSPENSION||Inverted Kayaba 41 mm fork|
|FRONT WHEEL TRAVEL||5.9 in|
|FRONT WHEEL||10-spoke light alloy 3.0 in. x 18.0 in.|
|FRONT TIRE||110/80R-18, Pirelli MT 60 RS|
|REAR SUSPENSION||Kayaba shock, pre-load adjustable|
|REAR WHEEL TRAVEL||5.9 in.|
|REAR WHEEL||10-spoke light alloy 5.5 in. x 17.0 in.|
|REAR TIRE||180/55R-17, Pirelli MT 60 RS|
|FRONT BRAKE||Single 330mm disc, radial 4-piston caliper, ABS|
|REAR BRAKE||245mm disc, 1-piston floating caliper, ABS|
|FUEL TANK CAPACITY||3.6 gallons|
|CLAIMED DRY WEIGHT||375 lb.|
|CLAIMED WET WEIGHT||410 lb.|
Learn more about why I got into motorcycling and why I run this UK motorcycling blog all about the Ducati Scrambler.
Who Is Scrambler Guy?