Voting open for Ducati Scrambler-based Custom Rumble competition
Voting has now opened for the third Ducati Custom Rumble competition – a biennial contest to crown the best-looking modified Scrambler models in existence.
Opening online on Friday, February 14, Ducati fans can now vote for their favourite one-offs across five categories, with four dedicated to the Scrambler 800 and A2-friendly Sixty2 and a further one for the Scrambler 1100.
An impressive 74 bikes were entered into the running before registration closed in December last year. Votes can be cast until Sunday, March 15, here.
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A finalist from each category will then being taken to London’s Tobacco Docks for the Bike Shed London 2020; a weekend-long celebration of all things retro and custom, complete with more than 250 stunning motorcycles.
Taking place between May 22 and 24, the top five machines will be judged by a gaggle of experts, with the overall winner being crowned on May 23.
- Rocker: Scramblers inspired by '60s cafe racer culture
- Cut-down: Minimalist bobber-styled machines
- All-Terrain: Enduro-styled Scramblers with off-road elements
- Outsider: Machines not confined to a certain classification
- Bully: A Scrambler 1100-only category not confined to a certain style