Great Little ChangesDiamond Atelier’s Scrambler Sixty2
- August 12, 2017
- Posted by Marc Enger
A low budget bike for everyday use. The team of Diamond Atelier, as Munich based custom brand, recently presented its newustomized Ducati Scrambler Sixty2, which is based on the fully grown Scrambler 803cc with a lowered capacity to 400cc.
The purpose therefore is to offer a bike, which allows you to use it as your everyday city bike. Reliability, durability and functionality are aspects beside its spectacular design, which were considered and implemented.To set up the new design hardly no part of the bike exceptthe fuel tank remained untouched. The Diamond Atelier-Team reworked the entire chassisincluding the subframe, replaced thestock swingarm with the 803 Scrambler’s aluminum one and used new custom Wilbers rear shocks, which were adapted to the bike’s requirements. Furthermore they installed brand new Metzeler Racetec RR K3 semi-slicks, a cowhide leather seat on top of the new handmade kick-up tail and changed the headlight surrounding to a new aluminum one. All in all the team of Diomond Atelier managed to build a bike, which is suitable for everyday use and also is a low budget bike. Check out the gallery of this German built masterpiece.
Report by gloriousmotorcycles.com
Photos by diamond-atelier.com