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    This article is originally published in Italian, I’ve included an english version below as translated by Google

    It will be unveiled at the Saloni 2016 Front wheel 19 “suspension with greater travel and many details to true off road.

    Ducati have never been so suited to off-road. acceptable choice, because now the bikes looking (and the skills) off road are all the rage. The Multistrada 1200 Enduro will not stay long one, because in Borgo Panigale, the process of “endurizzazione” of the range is not yet finished and the Saloni 2016 will see yet another creature created to satisfy the desire for versatility and to amplify the concept of ” motorcycle without borders “. The object of the transformation will be the Scrambler 800, used as a base to build a Enduro version, characterized by all the changes necessary to drive smoothly on the roads that have never known the asphalt.

    TRUE ENDURO – Scrambler 800 Enduro will have a true off-road front fender but above all there will be the front wheel 19 “(on Scrambler 800 marketed up to now there is the 18”) and wheel suspensions able to ensure a greater wheel racing. In addition, the geometry has been revised to ensure greater stability and driveability on slippery surfaces.

    NOTHING SCRAMBLER 1100 – Ai Saloni 2016 probably will not see the Super Scrambler, one equipped with renovated 1100 two-cylinder air-cooled, which will be combined with electronics equipped with traction control, as well as ABS, and will be homologated to Euro 4. The Scrambler 1100 will be the direct competitor of the BMW R NINET. It is not yet clear if Ducati will produce both a version with front wheel 18 “, is a version with front wheel 19”, or if you will focus on a single model.

    From: http://www.inmoto.it/news/news/anteprime/2016/08/18-411418/scoop_ducati_scrambler_diventa_enduro_/

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