When Munich’s custom motorcycle shop Diamond Atelier wanted to develop a new group of bikes based on the same platform, they began with the Ducati Scrambler Sixty2. The bike shown has a 400cc engine capacity and is intended more for urban commuting than long-range touring.

With an eye to preserving practicality, they first chopped the frame and reworked the entire chassis. The stock swingarm was replaced with an 803 Scrambler’s aluminum arm, and custom Wilbers shocks were installed in the rear. The bike was given Kineo spoked rims for tubeless tires and a Brembo PSC-16 brake pump. The original tank was kept, balanced it with a rakish kick-up tail and a beautiful cowhide leather seat.

Looking to keep the overall style of this Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 demure, Diamond Atelier left the fine points of the build to the details like the stock Ducati headlight placed in a custom aluminum frame or the prototype Kellerman indicators underneath. The finished bike met all their expectations for a classy ride without breaking the bank.