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Author: Ollie Rooke

News from Ducati as this week the Italian manufacturer announced another two models are to be added to their line-up. The two models, the 1100 Pro and 1100 Sport Pro, join Scrambler line-up, offering more options for would-be buyers.

Welcome to the family

Both models house the same 1,079cc engine that Ducati has been equipping their new Scramblers with since 2018. Each comes with a new, smart, colour scheme while the rear-end has been given a face-lift with a new, mean looking dual exhaust and a lower numberplate holder.

The Sport Pro takes the changes a step further, featuring café racer styling including bar-end mirrors, low slung handlebars and Öhlins suspension to increase the sporty feel of the Scrambler.

Both also come with a host electronic aids including traction control, cornering ABS and three riding modes to help keep you rubber side down on those passes in the Italian Alps.

It’s hard to deny that the bikes look great and they’re joining an accomplished family of motorcycles. Indeed, Henry Crew tackled his round-the-world journey on a Ducati Scrambler.

Where, when and how much?

The models will be hitting dealerships from the end of March, 2020. The Scrambler 1100 Pro comes in at £11,295 while the Sport Pro will set you back £12,795.

Check out a short launch video below.