Modelled on the iconic Ducati Scrambler 803 model, Munich-based motorcycle magicians Diamond Atelier have reworked the familiar form to create the updated Scrambler ‘Sixty2’. With a notably minimal look, the ‘Sixty2’ presents an ideal, easy-rider for both bike enthusiasts and aesthetes alike, with custom rear suspension provided from esteemed UK-based manufacturer Wilbers and an all-new set of front USD forks.
Keeping the original design intact – with the guys behind Diamond Atelier, Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder particularly keen on the shape of the gas tank – the bike was given a custom handcrafted rear frame and a new ‘cherry’ red paint job to complement the tan cowhide leather saddle and the stock Ducati Scrambler headlight with its customised surround, crafted from lightweight aluminium.
Take a closer look at the Diamond Atelier Ducati Scrambler ‘Sixty2’ in the image gallery above, and if you’re fan of motorcycle history then why not check out this new The Ride 2nd Gear book?
Images courtesy of Diamond Atelier.
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