Scrambler Reveals 2 Concepts at the Bike Shed MotoShow

The Centro Stile Ducati reinterprets the new Scrambler with two surprising concepts to inspire the public at the London event.

Scrambler Ducati presented two bold and innovative concepts at the 2024 London Bike Shed MotoShow. The two motorcycles, created using the second-generation Scrambler, came from the Centro Stile Ducati. They demonstrate how fundamental the world of customization, characterized by creativity and free expression, is for the post-heritage Ducati world.


The CR24I concept is a motorcycle in the purest Café Racer style, a natural evolution of the 2017 Scrambler. Its line is inspired by the history of British riders in the 1960s, where motorcyclists challenged each other to complete a lap around the block before a record finished playing on a jukebox.

Scrambler CR24I

The project, created entirely within the Centro Stile Ducati, underlines the versatility of the Scrambler base model. This design is characterized by the 17-inch front rim with road tires and the sporting clip-on handlebars with bar-end mirrors. The tank-mounted fairing, narrow and wrap-around, recalls icons of Ducati history, such as the Pantah and the 750 SS, reinterpreted to obtain a contemporary and post-heritage look that has always been an asset of the Scrambler brand.

Thanks to the detachable cover of the section reserved for the passenger, the saddle turns into a single-seater. This recalls the classic “panettone” saddles of 1970s sports bikes. The color completes a concept that strikes a chord with enthusiasts most linked to the iconography of the British rockers of the 1960s.


The RR24I refers to the aesthetic of recent post-apocalyptic cinema and TV sagas. Minimalist and functional in every detail, this Scrambler contrasts with the clean and harmonious lines of the CR24I concept. The RR24I immediately brings the enthusiast back to the basics of the motorcycle: two wheels, a tank, an engine and handlebars.

Scrambler RR24I

All the aluminum parts are highlighted, while the technical and functional details are left exposed to give authenticity to a concept that focuses entirely on materials that are distinctive to the eye and touch. The tank is stripped of its covers and replaced by a frame to attach a tank bag for the essentials, be it a change of clothes or tools, to stop at nothing. The part of the seat reserved for the passenger is removable to create a luggage rack, another detail that underlines the adventurous and essential spirit of the concept.

At the rear, the case on the left side features upcycled empty jerry cans. The high-passage Termignoni exhaust accentuates the tracker look of this concept, completed with Pirelli Scorpion Rally tires on 18-inch and 17-inch rims, respectively, at the front and the rear, which, combined with the high and short front mudguard, promise to be able to tackle off-road terrain.

London Bike Shed MotoShow

Both concepts were displayed to the public throughout the opening of the London Bike Shed MotoShow, which took place from May 24-26. Established in 2013 as a celebration of special culture, the Bike Shed MotoShow has become one of the most important events on the international scene over the past decade.

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