No bike shop on Earth customizes a BMW motorcycle quite like Munich-based Diamond Atelier. But their latest offering is this custom Ducati Scrambler — the first in a new run of cost-effective bikes built on the same platform.
The main goal of this Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 was to create a visually-pleasing custom motorcycle while maintaining the practicality and reliability of everyday riding. And while no barriers were necessarily broken to build the Sixty2, that was the point. And we think it couldn’t have turned out any better.
Diamond Atelier first chopped the frame and went to work on the chassis and subframe before replacing the stock swingarm with one from an aluminum from an 803 Scrambler. Additional features include a custom-built Wilbers rear shock, USD forks, Kineo spoked rims and tubeless tires, and a brand new leather saddle. Learn more details of the build at Diamond Atelier.