To celebrate the arrival of the new Scrambler, Ducati is offering a third off selected apparel and accessories when you purchase a new Ducati Scrambler 1100.
The promotion runs from 23rd April until the 23rd June 2018 (inclusive) and is exclusive to official Ducati UK dealers – and with the range of top quality gear up for grabs you’ll need to act fast. We’ve just picked a couple of our favourite bits and pieces from the range of gear – but if you want to check out the full selection, visit the Ducati Scrambler website.
First off, there’s these stylish homologated silencers produced by Termignoni, which work to improve the engine’s power and output at low revs thanks to larger manifolds and dedicated engine mapping. Cool right?
The jacket selection includes this Alpinestars Sebring jacket, which has been made exclusively for Ducati. It’s available for both men and women, and is made from dark brown full grain cowhide.
There’s also the Desert Sled fabric jacket made from Cordura cotton fabric, which comes with a removable hood, adjustments at the waist, neck, and wrists, and air intakes under the sleeves.
On the helmet front, Ducati has teamed up with Bell to offer its Check Ace and Black Track helmets. The Check Ace is based on Bell’s iconic Bullitt model, and comes with a Scrambler yellow surround with a black and metallic grey checkerboard graphic by Roland Sands Design.
The Black Track helmet is also designed around the Bullit shell, while retaining the lines of the Star model – the first full-face lid to be produced by Bell.
That’s not all. There are two different designs of gloves to choose from too, in the form of the Overland 2 and the Street Master. The Overland 2 gloves are made of mesh and microfibre, have reinforced areas on the back and palm, and plastic protectors on the knuckles, while the Street Master C2 sheepskin gloves are available in black-black and black-yellow colour versions and equipped with double layers of microfibre and inserts in shock absorbing material.
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