The Ducati Scrambler 1100 is upgraded into an off-road motorcycle.
The Ducati Scrambler 1100 is originally a classic motorcycle suitable for the road, while the Desert Sled version of the Ducati Scrambler is suitable for bad road conditions. And when combining these two styles together, the Italian upgrade Officine RossoPuro has created the Scrambler 1100 Tuttoterreno.
Ducati’s Scrambler 1100 model, after going through the upgrade stages, looks like a scratching car. At the same time, the ability to go offroad of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Tuttoterreno is also improved thanks to new equipment.
To make the car look more superficial, the rear subframe was changed to increase saddle height. The front fork has been replaced by a longer stroke with a 21-inch front wheel for more maneuverability on bad roads. The vehicle uses Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR terrain tires.
The headlights and taillights are kept the same, the main difference comes from the addition of a small front spoiler and a metal rear bumper. The front fenders are shared from the Scrambler Desert Sled and are arranged high in the style of a scratching car.
The new fuel tank is made of aluminum to reduce weight and is mound with many neat lines, different from the original design of the Ducati Scrambler water drop. The handlebar has 2 extra protective parts, while other equipment such as handlebars, electronic watches have no changes compared to the original car.
Exhaust system from Termignoni company specializing in Ducati Scrambler vehicles. However, as the subframe was changed, Officine RossoPuro’s engineering team had to design a few more points to fix the silencer.
The Officine RossoPuro does not interfere with the performance of the Ducati Scrambler 1100 Tuttoterreno. Accordingly, the 1,079 cc L-Twin engine has a maximum capacity of nearly 85 horsepower and a maximum torque of 88 Nm, accompanied by a 6-speed manual gearbox.