The Ducati Scrambler is a variety of bikes that targets a younger demographic because of attributes like small dimensions, retro styling and comparatively low pricing.
Subsequently, one would count on the newly-announced e-Scrambler to be the all-electric variant of the ICE-powered Scrambler. Properly, that’s not the case, because the e-Scrambler is definitely an electric bicycle launched by Ducati and Thok Ebikes.
Described as the best companion for the town or nation roads, the Ducati e-Scrambler is a pedal-assisted trekking bike that has “the whole lot you want for day by day use”, in accordance with its makers. The e-Scrambler is designed to be used within the metropolis and on open nation roads alike, “with out sacrificing the type and feeling of freedom typical of the Ducati Scrambler world”.
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In accordance with Ducati, the e-Scrambler presents “the identical driving expertise as a standard bike because of its low heart of gravity and the geometry of the body.” We’re certain house owners of actual Scrambler motorcycles would have some feedback about that. The Italian firm additionally says the provided telescopic seat put up will increase consolation, permitting the rider to get on and off the saddle simply and making certain protected help throughout stops.
The trekking e-bike is powered by a 504 Wh battery which provides electrical energy to a 250-watt Shimano Steps E7000 motor for “nice autonomy”, althou the precise vary hasn’t been disclosed but. The e-bike options high-end parts resembling an aluminum body, Sram NX 11-speed transmission, Sram 4-piston brakes, Ducati grips and saddle, in addition to Pirelli Cycl-e GT tires. It additionally comes with a whole set of equipment important for day by day use together with baggage racks, mudguards, a stand and sign lights.
The e-Scrambler is priced at €3,699 ($4,280) in Europe. That’s half the value of the most affordable Ducati Scrambler motorbike, the 39 HP Sixty2 – however then once more, that’s evaluating apples to oranges…