Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse

Be the Boldest. Be the Wildest. Be the Fastest.
Here is the new Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse.

GET DESERT STOKED
Born in the desert, the new Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse is dedicated to those who love big challenges and wild off-road rides. This new special edition model is limited to only 800 units and was created to celebrate the collaboration between Scrambler Ducati and apparel brand Fasthouse. A partnership which in 2020 saw American rider Jordan Graham win the Hooligan class of the Mint 400, the oldest and most prestigious American off-road race.

803 cc
73 hp @ 8,250 rpm
66.2 Nm @ 5,750 rpm
193 kg (Dry)

LIMITED EDITION PLATE
The frame is embellished with an aluminium plate displaying the individual serial number of the bike with only 800 units produced globally.

BRAND NEW SEAT
Brand new dedicated seat with anti-slip cover that guarantees a comfortable riding position in all situations.

FRAME
The steel tube trellis frame of the new Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse is in Ducati Red.

FASTHOUSE LIVERY
The livery reproduces the design of the bikes that competed in the Mint 400. Black and gray combined in a geometric design on the tank with the Scrambler and Fasthouse logos.

BLACK SPOKED WHEELS
The new Scrambler Ducati Fasthouse is equipped with black spoked wheels. 19’’ at the front and 17’’ at the rear and feature Pirelli SCORPION™ RALLY STR tires.

OFF-ROAD ATTITUDE
High front mudguard. Extended rear fender. High plate holder. Variable cross-section handlebar. Adjustable Kayaba Suspensions with 46mm fork and 200mm excursion.

Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse

Be the Boldest. Be the Wildest. Be the Fastest.
Here is the new Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse.

GET DESERT STOKED
Born in the desert, the new Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse is dedicated to those who love big challenges and wild off-road rides. This new special edition model is limited to only 800 units and was created to celebrate the collaboration between Scrambler Ducati and apparel brand Fasthouse. A partnership which in 2020 saw American rider Jordan Graham win the Hooligan class of the Mint 400, the oldest and most prestigious American off-road race.

803 cc
73 HP @ 8,250 rpm
66.2 Nm @ 5,750 rpm
193 kg (Dry)