The Scrambler by Moto Di Ferro

A Good-Looking Dirt Bike

Italian motorcycle builders Moto Di Ferro created what they call The Scrambler by reducing a Kawasaki W800 to its basic elements and giving it some special treatment. Its weight has been drastically reduced to 183 kilograms (403 pounds). The adjustments to this bike essentially turns it into a dirt bike. Lending to this statement is the fact that it is equipped with off road tires. Even the gas tank has been replaced with a smaller and lighter variant, holding only seven liters of fuel. It comes equipped with a five gear two cylinder engine and a 6.1 kgm / 2500 RPM torque.

The visual design of this converted motorcycle is also nothing short of magnificent; the mostly-black body is accented perfectly by hints of shining metal and a subtly dyed brown and gray seat. The Scrambler is 2190 millimeters long (about seven feet) with a seat height of 820 mm, fitting in with the average of most similar machines. Moto Di Ferro has created a highly stylish solution to off road motorcycling with impressive power, comfort, and creativity. While this company may not have an extensive line of products or conversions, their reputation has already reached the bar with The Scrambler.


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