I’m a huge fan of Jose Rosell’s work (XTR Pepo). He’s a big name in the custom scene and mostly works on the Italian beauties of Ducati. I’ve seen some awesome machine from his hands, like this Ducati 1198 “The Matador”, I’ve featured last year here on the blog.
This time, Ducati Spain ordered a bike at Pepo’s with a simple description: create a 60’s/70’s off road bike, based on the Ducati Scrambler. The result is this Ducati Scrambler “Regolarita”, inspired by the 125cc version of the late 70’s.
Ducati was thrilled with the result and even listed the bike on their official Ducati Scrambler website.
A complete list of modifications is below the images.
Pepo with his Regolarita:
And his ancestor:
Donor bike: 2016 Ducati Scrambler Icon
- Custom works by XTR:
- brackets for headlight and speedo
- license plate holder
- 2 in 1 exhaust with Termignoni silencer
- Ducati Sport Classic swingarm to convert shock to the centre
- Solo footrests
- Tsubaki gold chain
- Mash 500 Scrambler headlight
- Lucas type rear light
- LED indicators
- Frentubo brake lines
- ABS box re-positioned
- Monster 1200 handlebar
- Rizoma handlebar risers
- Domino grips
- Vicma CNS machine mirror
- ECU re-positioned
- ECU remapped
- LIPO battery
- Air box elemination, replace by inlet manifold
- ’62 Ducati DeLuxe 250 fuel tank
- ’70 Ossa Enduro 250 seat