The Scrambler

In the 1960s, motorcycle stylists fell in love with enduro bikes. As they let their favorite features trickle to street models, the British industry gave rise to “scramblers”. Featuring a smaller fuel tank, and off-road handlebars and tires, the Di Ferro Scrambler tackles dirt roads with gusto. A champion of versatility.

Strokes 4
Cylinders 2
Engine displacement 773 cc
Layout parallel-twin
Cooling air
Starter E
Horse Power 35 kW / 6500 rpm
Torque 6.1 kgm (60 Nm) / 2500 rpm
Gears 5
Dry weight 183 Kg (403 lbs)
Brakes diameter (f/b) D 300 mm / T160 mm
Wheels (f/b) 3.50×18 / 4.25×18
European emission standards Euro 3
Length 2190 mm
Width 790 mm
Seat height 820 mm
Tank capacity 7 litres