For the 90th anniversary of Ducati this year, Ducati Spain partnered with a few builders to create some customs based on the Ducati Scrambler and featured them at World Ducati Week. This example started as a Ducati Scrambler Icon before it was reworked by Eduardo Iglesias of Russell Motorcycles.
Eduardo and his team had just one rule – the bike had to be street legal. They had four months to complete the build, which ended up being a tribute to the Hypermotard. For more information on the build, check out this article on Pipeburn. Russell Motorcycles is named after the owner’s Jack Russell, named Paco – you can see him in the featured photo up top.
Since being built, this bike has accumlulated just 500 miles and the seller says it doesn’t get any use. Find this custom Ducati for sale here on the Bike Shed in Oviedo, Asturias, Spain for $19,9375 here on the Bike Shed.