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This weekend’s Verona Motor Bike Expo featured (among many other things) several stunning customized Ducati Scrambler motorcycles.

The Ducati Scrambler, which debuted in spring of 2015, has been a popular choice for an array of riders. As Revzilla points out, Ducati’s Scrambler has the style and flexibility that make it more comfortable than a sport bike and speedier than a cruiser. In addition to its versatility, the bike is a relatively affordable motorcycle for a rider who doesn’t need his or her motorcycle to have extremely specialized.

Its classic lines make the Ducati Scrambler a prime candidate for personalization via customizing tweaks. Here are some highlights from the Verona Expo:

This Peace Sixty2 displayed by Mr. Martini is an homage to body design of the 1960s. A cool feature is the headlight coming from behind the windscreen.

scrambler1(Image via caranddriver.com)

The Sixty 62 called “Revolution,” furnished by Officine Mermaid, offers a decidedly more modern feel. The bike is almost solely a matte-black, which gives it a sense of depth and weight.

scramblerz-2(Image via caranddriver.com)

Finally, meet David Lopez Studio‚Äôs Scrambler Artika. This Ducati has been fitted to make it suited for a snow-clogged road. It’s bright yellow and features studded wheels that can shred through the ice.

scrambler3(Image via caranddriver.com)

 

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