This Custom Ducati Scrambler Has Been Voted The Best In The World
- by Zaran Mody
- May 27, 2020
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A Scrambler 1100 with a serious twist
Now in its third edition, the Ducati Custom Rumble contest aims to find the best Ducati custom build from across the world. The voting jury is pretty star-studded: you’ve got actor Nicholas Hoult, MotoGP and WSBK riders Andrea Dovizioso and Chaz Davies respectively, and also Filippo Barbacane, the founder of the custom shop BikeShed Dutch Van Someren, to name a few. The winner they chose for this year is the Scrambler 1100 FT customized by Italian Marco Graziani of CC Racing Garage.
The engine, headlight and tank are stock units, so this is instantly identifiable as a Scrambler. But the seat unit, exhaust system, handlebar and most importantly the paintjob all give this Scrambler a very unique appearance. For the most part, it’s got simple clean lines and an uncluttered look, with some pretty proud badging on the tank and fork legs. The blue and white colour combo is iconic and the bar-end mirrors look gorgeous and lower the overall profile of the bike. All in all, we think this is a well-executed job and a worthy winner. Full details are available below:
Borgo Panigale (Bologna, Italy), 26 May 2020 – The Scrambler 1100 FT customized by Italian Marco Graziani of CC Racing Garage is the winning bike of the third edition of Custom Rumble, the contest organized by Scrambler Ducati dedicated exclusively to custom bikes.
The live streaming award ceremony, presented by Scrambler Ducati Ambassador Dominika Grnova, was attended by 16,000 users. The jury of experts, composed by the actor Nicholas Hoult, the riders Chaz Davies and Andrea Dovizioso, the founder of BikeShed Dutch Van Someren and the Italian customizer of Officine Rossopuro Filippo Barbacane, chose the winning custom motorcycle by voting among the five finalists.
The bike customized by Marco Graziani of CC Racing Garage is part of the Bully category, the one dedicated to the Scrambler Ducati 1100, without any restrictions on the type of bike or style. The Italian customizer started from a Scrambler Ducati 1100 Special of which he customized the color, graphics, exhaust and seat. Instead he decided to keep the headlight, the rear and the tank similar to the original as he considers them as the key elements of a Scrambler Ducati.
The Scrambler 1100 FT had received the highest number of votes even during the qualification phase, when almost five thousand users of the Scrambler Ducati community voted on Scramblerducati.com.
As a prize the winner will receive a Beta workbench including the complete tool kit, a valuable and functional tool to continue to transform production bikes into something unique.
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