The Ducati Scrambler (no, not Scrambler Ducati!!) may be one of the best decisions the board of Ducati made for the last decade. By offering a reasonable priced Duc in a couple of different styling trims, they’ve managed to get a pretty big share of the market of modern classics or retro bikes. The concept was so successful, that they’ve also launched a smaller model, the Sixty2 with a 399cc engine and the sales number of the concept keep rising and rising. The bike right here is based on a “normal” Scrambler and is built by Impossible Project Motors (I.P.M.) from Taiwan. Of course, Ducati now offers a turnkey Cafe Racer trim, but that still is a stock bike. I.P.M. took a Scrambler Classic and created their own interpretation of the Scrambler Cafe.
While the modifications are modest, it’s a completely different bike. Clip ons, custom fenders, a beautiful rear seat with custom upholstery, an extraordinary 2 in 2 exhaust system and an atypical headlight unit. Sometimes you don’t have to go all the way to create something cool.