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Whether you love or hate Ducati’s hipster lifestyle, there’s no denying how well the Scrambler range, and indeed image, has been received over the past three years with over 55,000 units flying out of Bologna and into the hands of riders around the world. And fair play to them! I mean, they’ve created a global brand and lifestyle from the stem of a single, and ultimately simple machine. From those of you that are experienced and just want something to go for a thrash on (or off) road at the weekend, to brand new riders getting into bikes, the Scrambler range covers just about everything you could ever want; and that’s exactly why it was the 10th best-selling bike over 500cc in 2015. And the best part is, Ducati told us it’s now even better, so we just couldn’t help but head out to sunny Tuscany to see if the new Icon really

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