Ducati’s newest Scrambler is actually an electric bicycle
It’s motorcycle meets e-bike. A collaboration between Thok and Ducati has resulted in an “urban ready” e-bike that takes design inspiration from a Ducati Scrambler.
The Ducati e-Scrambler features an aluminum frame and features inspired by the “Land of Joy”. It’s powered by a 250-watt Shimano Steps E7000 motor that is combined with a 504-kilowatt-hour battery. The power is managed by a Sram NX 11-speed gearbox.
Designers have given the model Sram four-piston brakes and an 80mm Suntur XCR 34 spring-loaded fork. It rides on Pirelli Cycl-e G tires.
It also has a number of accessories including luggage racks, mudguards, and stand and signal lights. The bike comes standard with a telescoping seat post. It also has Ducati decals and Scrambler labeling in key areas of the frame and seat.
Ducati only sells the bike in a black/yellow paint job.
According to the companies, the low center of gravity and gravity of the frame allow the e-Scramber to deliver the same ride experience as a traditional bicycle.
The E-Scrambler isn’t available in the U.S. You’ll have to buy it in the U.K., where it’s priced at 3,699 euros, or select European countries including Italy.