Modeled on the classic Ducati Scrambler 803 model, Munich customization dons Diamond Atelier have reworked the familiar form to create the updated Scrambler “Sixty2.” With a notably stripped-down look, the “Sixty2” presents as an ideal option for both bike enthusiasts and aesthetic minimalists alike, with custom rear suspension from the UK-based manufacturer Wilbers and a new set of front USD forks.
Keeping the design intact — with the folks from Diamond Atelier being particularly keen on the shape of the gas tank — the bike was given a custom handcrafted rear frame and new red paint job to compliment the tan cowhide leather saddle and the stock Ducati Scrambler headlight with its customized surround, crafted from aluminium.
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- Diamond Atelier