Known for their high end motorcycle production, Munich, Germany’s Diamond Atelier has decided to switch things up over the past few years to give more variety to their bike projects. Or maybe it’s to make past, great motorcycles new again, and also a little more affordable for the bike lovers who want the Diamond Atelier craftsmanship but don’t want to break the bank. The result has been a series of classic bikes with flares of new design and engineering that maintain their gorgeous look. Their first finished bike for this larger project is the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2.
Ordered by a Munich local who wanted a souped-up classic bike for his daily commute, the Diamond Atelier Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 is basically a classic Scrambler that has a 400cc capacity, or almost twice as powerful as the original. But with all the new additions to the bike itself, practicality hasn’t been sacrificed. While the frame has been chopped down and a standard fuel tank has been added, the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 is still a reliable commuter bike as well as something that will catch just about everyone’s eye on a city street.
The only minor downside is that it might be tough to fit another passenger on the back, unless you are both very skinny.