Masterpiece that was created by the designers of the branch Ducati in Thailand. It is intended to be sold around the world but unfortunately only in a limited edition of 58 units. It is the base taken from Scrambler Icon models and the full name of this motorcycle is Ducati Scrambler Mike Hailwood.
The Ducati Scrambler Mike Hailwood as we have said has a base of Icon and thus taken the engine air-cooled, L-Twin, Desmodromic distribution, 2 valve, displacement of 803cc, mated to a 6-speed gearbox, which delivers 75hp (55 kW) at 8250 rpm and torque of 60 Nm (50 lb-ft) at 5750 rpm.
Colored according to red-green Ducati 900SS with which the legendary Mike Hailwood in 1978 celebrated the victory of the TT Isle of Man. So based on that Ducati Mike Hailwood Scrambler gets a small grille, miniature turn signals and short rev mirrors, and lower steering wheel and handles from Panigale.
Looking at the side or on the left side is attached Öhlins monoshock, while the right side we see a Termignoni exhaust with twin tailpipes and above it like the back of a motorcycle has a solo seat, and plastic formwork reminds the Ducati 900 SS.
Wheels are painted in beautiful golden hue, and instead of the standard are now the Pirelli Angel GT tires. Chassis colored red while the tail of tiles has numbered of a number of produced copies.
While writing this article we know that so far sold over 25 bike! Ducati Scrambler Mike Hailwood has a slightly higher price than the standard Scrabler which amounts to about $ 19.800. If you are wondering why it has this name then we should go back to the distant 1978 (58 years), because it was the first time Mike Hailwood had contact with a Ducati motorcycle.