Ducati Offering Sizeable Discounts On Scrambler Accessories
Ducati UK is celebrating the arrival of the new Scrambler 1100 with a pretty heft sale on accessories, parts and kit.
Prospective buyers can appreciate 34 per cent off the price of selected official Scrambler apparel and accessories when purchasing one of the new bikes.
One major accessory is the Termignoni cans which, Ducati say, improve the engine’s power and output at low revs due to to larger manifolds and dedicated mapping.
If you want more of an idea on just what the Scrambler 1100 is about, check out our review:
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Bike parts aren’t the only bits on offer. If the fashion side of the scrambler range appeals, there’s also all their jackets, lids and gloves to choose from, including the Sebring jacket, made by Alpinestars exclusively for Ducati, available for men and women in dark brown and made with full grain cowhide.
Or there’s always the black coffee coloured Café Racer leather jacket. Both feature soft guards on the shoulders and elbows, are compatible with a fully CE-certified back protector.
There is also the Desert Sled fabric jacket made from Cordura® cotton fabric, which features a removable hood, volume adjustments at the waist, neck, and wrists, air intakes under the sleeves.
It’s also equipped with a removable quilted thermal vest and CE-certified soft protectors on the shoulders and elbows, with a pocket for a back protector.
The helmet options include the Check Ace helmet and the Black Track helmet both born from a collaboration with Bell helmets.
The Check Ace helmet is based on Bell’s Bullitt model and has a Scrambler yellow paint scheme with a black and metallic grey checkerboard graphic by Roland Sands Design.
For current Scrambler 803cc owners that are looking to upgrade to the Scrambler 1100, Ducati are also offering a £500 (Inc VAT) towards either a deposit, clothing or accessories for a new 1100.