The most anticipated of these models will be a Café racer inspired customised Scrambler 1100 by deBolex Engineering on display at the Bike Shed for first time. The Scrambler 1100 features a fabricated fairing, tail and seat. There is also new top yoke, a relocated speedo and clip-ons to give this Scrambler 1100 a Café racer style with deBolex’s added twist.
Alongside the 1100 will be an 803cc Ducati Scrambler converted by deBolex into a TT style racer. This has involved full aluminium body work including the fuel tank and fairing. The rims, spokes and tyres have been changed along with suspension. The rest of the bike has been stripped back for a clean race look.
Another Café Racer influenced Scrambler on display is the Holographic Hammer’s Ducati Scrambler, designed by Sylvain Berneron in collaboration with Ducati France and magazine Moto Heroes. The design flaunts an array of performance enhancing components which include 43mm USD Showa forks, 17-inch carbon racing wheels, a Beringer 4D brake system and a Werkes USA exhausts.
Debuting at Bike Shed will be a Scrambler Icon which has been customised by Survivor customs into a Flat Track Scrambler currently contesting the Hooligan Flat Track National series. The bike will be suitably dirty arriving at the show directly from the latest round at the MCN festival.
For those that wish to see their Scrambler models in their original form their will be a selection of models from the 2018 range including a Desert Sled and Scrambler 1100.