Less is more in this modern interpretation of the classic scrambler-idea:
Simple, light, robust and good for any kind of road.
The classic Ducati scramblers of the 70´s were always extremely light, pure
and handy streetbikes, with the possibility to ride slightly offroad,
dustroads or sand.
Also with this bike it wasn´t the intention to build a pure offroad bike, but a
minimalistic allrounder, impressing with its usability, its lightness and
its minimalistic design.
Above all it is great fun to ride.

This bike was built on the base of a Ducati Monster 1000ie.
Ducati`s aircooled motor with its unique character and its great sound is the perfect engine for this concept.
It gives the scrambler a great power to weight ratio .

170kg wet with 12 litres fuel / 95 Desmo-bhp
To centralize the weight and to optimize the riding position, the battery was mounted under the seat. 
This allowed the fuel tank to become much shorter and more slim. 
The tank, as well as all the other plastic parts,

were especially designed and manufactured from
reinforced carbon- and carbon/kevlar - fibre.
Every unnecessary weight was removed from the bike
and the ergonomics were adjusted.

mmm..reminds me something..
this one too...