Ducati Scrambler based Street Tracker concept unveiled

    The RR241 is a post-apocalyptic rugged-looking street tracker.

    Published On May 28, 2024 02:35:00 PM


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    Ducati has unveiled two new concept motorcycles at the 2024 Bike Shed Moto Show in London. The CR241 and RR241 concepts are based on the Ducati Scrambler and both follow a different design language.

    1. Ducati unveiled two concepts at the 2024 Bike Shed Moto Show
    2. No current update if or when this concept will see production

    According to Ducati, the RR241 takes inspiration from post-apocalyptic TV shows and proposes a more rugged setup than the standard Scrambler on which it is based. Embodying a street tracker-like aesthetic, the RR241 showcases a high pass Termignoni exhaust, a short front fender and cross-spoked wheels to complete the look. Ducati has stripped it off it’s tank covers and replaced it with a frame to attach a tank bag.

    Even the pillion seat is removable and can be replaced with a luggage rack. While the exhaust takes up the right side of the rear, the left side has been left empty to mount a jerry can to add to its rugged utility. Ducati has given this concept an 18-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear wheel, both of which are wrapped in a set of Pirelli Scorpion rally tyres.

    It is powered by the same 803cc L-twin that powers the Scrambler range. Although Ducati has given no update on if and when this concept will see production, the prototype we see here could join the Scrambler range of motorcycles as an additional variant.

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