Can a bike make you cool? I’m sure at some point in their life, most males will have thrown a leg over a classic or retro motorcycle and thought “I bet I look just like James Dean or Marlon Brando here.” The Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 is all about capturing that feeling and putting it on display with your sweet tats, well oiled beard and rolled up jeans (#no socks).
There are certain things you come to accept as the norm in modern life. Your friend, who isn’t a Bruce Anstey fanatic, has grown a beard. Everyone has an iPhone 6. That Audi A3 in ‘Glacier Ibis’ is about to change lanes without indicating and over on the internet Todd has dropped another rad edit of him and his action cam jumping out of a helicopter onto an avalanche.
Put your trust in me and together we can rule these roads…I imagine the 1299’s IMU would say, if it could talk…
Depending on which member of my family you ask, I am currently riding either Batman’s bike or Wolverine’s bike. I’m not fussed whose bike it is. The important thing for them to tell people, is that I won it from them in a good old-fashioned match of fisticuffs.
The Monster. Often lauded as the bike that saved Ducati from financial ruin. It’s a bike so quintessentially Ducati, that riding one should be a very good indicator of what a Ducati is. If you like riding a Monster, there is every chance you will like riding Ducatis and twins in general. I lived with one for the better part of a month.