This is a super clean Desert Sled. Seat Concepts seat for added comfort. We do have the standard cover and foam if you want to change seat back to stock. Rear rack has also been added. Many of Ducati’s Scrambler iterations look similar but not this one. The Desert Sled departs from the norm with a nod to actual off-road scrambling, thanks to its 19-inch front wheel and lugged Pirelli Scorpion dual-sport rubber. Despite the Desert Sled’s urban roots, these tires suggest this particular Scrambler can actually accomplish a meaningful off-road foray. The Desert Sled comes with more suspension travel (7.9 inches versus 5.9 inches for the Scrambler Classic), a dirt-bike handlebar bend, a long and fairly flat saddle (bowed in the middle to provide a claimed 33.9-inch seat height), a vestigial skid plate, well-tucked-in low exhausts, and motocross-style fenders. This includes the 803cc, four-valve, air-cooled V-twin engine and steel trellis frame. Speaking of which, the gold rims and 1980s paintwork are clearly scuffling for control with the ’60s seat and ’70s gas tank and wire-mesh headlight grille.