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The Dutch team Moto Puro set themselves on the map about two years ago with the Ducati Elite II; a custom build café racer based on the 1199 Panigale (check it out here). At the end of 2015, Ducati started a worldwide challenge for Ducati dealers to build their own interpretation of a Ducati Scrambler (or Scrambler Ducati, as Ducati spells), the “Custom Rumble”. Six continents, six winners. Moto Puro picked up their toolboxes and created this awesome “AL13 Blue”:

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 07

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 03

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 08

 

 

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 02

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 01

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 04

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 06

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 05

The name AL13 Blue is a mix of the material used (aluminum or AL13) and the Candy Blue color. Only the frame and the engine are still original. Here is a list of the most prominent modifcations:

  • Custom aluminum gas tank
  • No gas cap in sight (to keep the line of the gas tank)
  • Custom sub frame
  • Custom seat with underneath the ECU, ABS pump, battery and gas cap
  • Custom aluminum seat cover (a copy of the 1199 Panigale)
  • Rear swing arm turned 180 degrees
  • Rear shock move to the center
  • Rear lights in axle
  • 90/90/19 spoked front wheel
  • 180/55/17 spoked rear wheel
  • Lowerd front
  • No handlebar switches; a remote is used to start the bike
  • Custom made exhaust based on a 1198

You can vote for your favorite custom Scrambler via: www.instagram.com/customrumble

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Photo’s by Mark Kamphuis

By Published On: January 6, 2016Categories: Other Customs, Scrambler1 Comment on Ducati Scrambler “AL13 Blue” by Moto PuroTags: , 1.6 min readViews: 545

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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    A good way of ruining the look of a great bike!

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The Dutch team Moto Puro set themselves on the map about two years ago with the Ducati Elite II; a custom build café racer based on the 1199 Panigale (check it out here). At the end of 2015, Ducati started a worldwide challenge for Ducati dealers to build their own interpretation of a Ducati Scrambler (or Scrambler Ducati, as Ducati spells), the “Custom Rumble”. Six continents, six winners. Moto Puro picked up their toolboxes and created this awesome “AL13 Blue”:

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 07

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 03

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 08

 

 

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 02

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 01

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 04

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 06

Ducati Scrambler -AL13 Blue- by Moto Puro 05

The name AL13 Blue is a mix of the material used (aluminum or AL13) and the Candy Blue color. Only the frame and the engine are still original. Here is a list of the most prominent modifcations:

  • Custom aluminum gas tank
  • No gas cap in sight (to keep the line of the gas tank)
  • Custom sub frame
  • Custom seat with underneath the ECU, ABS pump, battery and gas cap
  • Custom aluminum seat cover (a copy of the 1199 Panigale)
  • Rear swing arm turned 180 degrees
  • Rear shock move to the center
  • Rear lights in axle
  • 90/90/19 spoked front wheel
  • 180/55/17 spoked rear wheel
  • Lowerd front
  • No handlebar switches; a remote is used to start the bike
  • Custom made exhaust based on a 1198

You can vote for your favorite custom Scrambler via: www.instagram.com/customrumble

Follow Moto Puro:

Website | Instagram | FacebookTwitter

Photo’s by Mark Kamphuis

By Published On: January 6, 2016Categories: Other Customs, Scrambler1 Comment on Ducati Scrambler “AL13 Blue” by Moto PuroTags: , 1.6 min readViews: 545

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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  1. Jon August 17, 2020 at 1:41 am - Reply

    A good way of ruining the look of a great bike!

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